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Geschäfte als Warenhäuser

„The Next Phase of the Retail Apocalypse: Stores Reborn as E-Commerce Warehouses – As the demand for in-person shopping diminishes, landlords, startups and retailers are converting abandoned stores into online fulfillment centers.“


PimEyes in Europa ohne Diskussion

PimEyes & Gesichtserkennung in Europa – wo bleibt der Aufschrei? – Gesichtserkennung ist eine massive Gefahr für die Grundrechte, aber eine Debatte über ihren Einsatz gibt es in Deutschland und Europa nicht. Anders in den USA.


TikTok: eine Gefahr für die USA?

„Does TikTok Really Pose a Risk to US National Security? – Concerns about the Chinese government shouldn’t be dismissed, experts say. But banning TikTok would be a drastic measure. … US officials have been vocal about not trusting China, and as a result they don’t trust TikTok. And when the biggest concerns are geopolitical, an app security audit or transparency report is unlikely to stop worried speculation. ‚The Communist Party itself doesn’t even know what they are going to do about TikTok in the future,‘ says Jeremy Goldkorn, editor-in-chief of SupChina and cofounder of the Sinica podcast. ‚We’re guessing.'“


Coinbase schützte vor Twitter-Hack

Coinbase says it prevented over 1,000 customers from sending $280,000 worth of bitcoin to Twitter hackers – Coinbase has said that it prevented little over 1,100 customers from sending 30.4 bitcoin to Twitter hackers last week. – At least five crypto platforms, including Binance, Coinbase and BitPay, are said to have interacted with hackers’ addresses.“

The Block

Smartphones: -25% in Q2 2020

iPhone SE attracting Android switchers, unlikely to cannibalize iPhone 12 sales – New data from Counterpoint Research today highlights the effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on smartphone sales. According to the data, smartphone sell-through volumes in the United States fell by 25% year-over-year during Q2 2020, but the iPhone SE represented a ‚bright spot‘ for the market.“