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Hass: GB vs Facebook und Twitter!?

Facebook and Twitter under fire after England soccer players face racial abuse online – Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka were the target of racial abuse on social media platforms after England lost the Euros tournament Sunday. – Facebook and Twitter say they acted quickly to remove posts and accounts hurling racist abuse at Black England players. – The British government is aiming to crack down on large tech companies over the proliferation of harmful content. … The racist reaction highlighted the amount of online abuse on social networks and raised questions over whether tech companies are doing enough to combat it. Several top British sports teams and athletes boycotted Facebook, Instagram and Twitter over a weekend in April to protest the companies’ failure to remove racist and sexist posts. – The British government is aiming to crack down on large tech companies over the proliferation of harmful content.“


Corona-Warn-App für Zertifikate

Corona-Warn-App wird zur ‚Zertifikats-Wallet‚ – Nun können auch Genesene ein entsprechendes digitales Zertifikat der App hinzufügen – und auch Zertifikate von bis zu drei weiteren Personen. – Das Projektteam der Deutschen Telekom und von SAP hat Version 2.5 der Corona-Warn-App veröffentlicht. Darin können Genesene ein digitales Zertifikat integrieren, das ihnen als offizieller Nachweis dient.“


TikTok: Fire TV – kein Börsengang

TikTok gets a Fire TV app in the UK, France, and Germany – Following launches on Android and Samsung TVs – TikTok is now available on Fire TV devices in the UK, France, and Germany, the video platform announced today. The app, which will be available starting today, lets viewers watch content from the service’s ‚For You‘ and ‚Following‘ feeds. There’s also a ‚Discover‘ page to help users find trending content. The app is available to download from the Amazon Appstore.“

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TikTok parent company ByteDance still holding off on launching IPO – A new report says it postponed its plans indefinitely due to concerns from security regulators – TikTok parent company ByteDance is not planning an initial public offering anytime soon, and The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that such plans have been ‚indefinitely‘ shelved. … The company has not publicly announced any potential IPO plans, and in response to what it called speculation in the media, ByteDance said in April that the company was ’not ready at this stage and do not have IPO plans yet.'“

The Verge