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Mobile Privatsphäre

Apple and Google’s tough new location privacy controls are working – As users opt out of tracking en masse, advertisers will have to make do with limited location data. – New information shows that the biggest source for all this location data – namely, the smartphones that we carry around everywhere – is drying up as Apple and Google offer stronger, clearer privacy controls on their platforms.“

Fast Company

Google Suche und Werbung

„Google’s ads just look like search results now – The latest desktop update blurs the lines – In what appears to be something of a purposeful dark pattern, the only thing differentiating ads and search results is a small black-and-white ‚Ad‘ icon next to the former.“

The Verge

Google Dataset Search

„Google’s search engine for scientists upgraded for better data scouring – Dataset Search is now out of beta with improved search tools – New features added to Dataset Search include the ability to filter data by type (tables, images, text, etc), whether it’s free to use, and the geographic areas it covers. The engine is also now available to use on mobile and has expanded dataset descriptions.“

The Verge

TikTok Musiklizenzen

TikTok inks licensing deal with Merlin to use music from independent labels in videos and new Resso streaming service – [ByteDance] has inked a licensing deal with Merlin, the global agency that represents tens of thousands of independent music labels and hundreds of thousands of artists, for music from those labels to be used legally on the TikTok platform anywhere that the app is available.“


Dfinity LinkedUp

Dfinity launches an open-source platform aimed at the social networking giants – In Davos this week, Dfinity launched the Bronze edition of its Internet Computer, a limited release that takes the startup one step closer to its full commercial release, expected later this year. – And to prove out the concept of how an application would run on its new network, Dfinity today demonstrated an open social network called LinkedUp.“