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Spotify is testing a feature on iOS that will allow users to block any artist

Yes, it's finally happening. Spotify seems to be testing a new feature for its application that will allow users to block any artist on the platform. The blocking button is a very demanding Spotify users feature, which would allow you… Continue Reading →

Google has imposed a fine of € 50 million for breach of GDPR in France

The French Data Protection Supervisor, CNIL, has imposed a fine of € 50 million on Google (approximately $ 56.8 million) for failing to comply with its GDPR obligations. This is the largest GDPR penalty that has yet to be issued… Continue Reading →

Facebook would condemn FTC's record fine

Associated press Posted at 11:41 am EST January 20, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO – It is possible that Facebook will face the biggest fine ever imposed by the Federal Trade Commission for breaches of privacy involving the personal information of its… Continue Reading →

Tesla Supercharging usage prices have increased by 33% in some areas

There is no free meal and no charge, apparently. Free charging of your Tesla at a charging station ends, as all new Tesla vehicles purchased since November of last year are part of the company's pay-per-use program. Free overeating is… Continue Reading →

https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/20/18188332/space-based-interceptors-icbms-missile-defense-review

On Thursday, the Pentagon released a massive report detailing the new capabilities it wants to exploit to strengthen US missile defense – and part of that list involves updating our assets in space. However, even if some of the suggested… Continue Reading →

This week in the history of Techdirt: January 13 to 19

Five years ago This week in 2014, as the congress was preparing to give up its authority and conclude quick agreements like the TPP, and that the USTR was not even appearing for hearings on the subject, the conference was… Continue Reading →

€ 50 million fine imposed on Google by the CNIL, data control authority, under the GDPR, for lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding the personalization of ads

The CNIL, the French data protection supervisory body, has released its first $ 57 million GDPR fine (50 million euros). The regulator claims that Google failed to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when new Android users set… Continue Reading →

How secrecy fosters Facebook Paranoia

In December last year, the Senate Intelligence Committee issued two reports that it had written about Russia's efforts to influence the elections in 2016. The contours of the interference are always easy to grasp, but important questions about their significance… Continue Reading →

Popular WordPress plugin hacked by angry former employee

A very popular WordPress plugin was hacked over the weekend after a hacker tampered with his website and sent a mass message to all his customers, revealing the existence of alleged security loopholes corrected. In a mass email tracking, the… Continue Reading →

Delta 4 rocket launches NROL-71 spy satellite after a month late

United Launch Alliance's Delta 4 Heavy rocket takes off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, sending the NROL-71 classified payload into space. (ULA picture) The last ranked National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite, the NROL-71, was launched today by a… Continue Reading →

Amazon knows what you buy. And he builds a great advertising company from that.

The major online advertising networks offer different ways to target customers. A brand that sells women's running shirts could turn to Google to look for people that the company considers women and want to run based on their search and… Continue Reading →

Razer's wireless charger will turn your office into a gamer's paradise

If you've bought a flagship smartphone in the last two years, it's likely to support wireless charging technology; and wireless chargers can be bought cheaply these days. So, why would you spend $ 100 on the Razer Wireless Charger? Lights!… Continue Reading →

Kaia Health, which manufactures applications that help manage chronic pain with the help of AI and motion tracking technology, raises $ 10 million from Series A

Chronic diseases affect the lives of millions of people around the world. In the United States, for example, more than 16 million adults have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), an inflammation of the lungs obstructing airflow, and… Continue Reading →

& # 39; Anti-Uber & # 39; taxi strikes start again in Spain

Taxi drivers in major cities in Spain are again on strike to put pressure on stricter rules to control app rivals like Uber and Cabify whom they regard as unfair competition. In Barcelona, ​​the taxi sector called on Friday a… Continue Reading →

A Best Buy seller said the best Windows laptop is a MacBook

Yes, talking about my wife with a MacBook Pro would be a big change. Sarah Tew / CNET It's a bit heavy, a little heavy and occasionally my wife responds with severity. No, it's not a child or a doberman…. Continue Reading →

Facebook would have developed the same LOL application to try to seduce teens

Facebook, which seeks to bring teenagers back to its social network, has developed an application called LOL. The social media company has been working on the LOL app for months, confirmed several sources with TechCrunch. The app contains fun videos… Continue Reading →

A.I. The policy is delicate. From all over the world, they came to Hash It Out.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Hal Abelson, a renowned computer scientist from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was working in class, with the coffee cup in his hand, pacing. The subject was artificial intelligence and his students last week were mainly senior… Continue Reading →

Tron CEO, 28, wants to use blockchain and BitTorrent games to decentralize Internet

About 80% of companies that raised funds via initial coin offers (ICOs) were referred to as scams by researchers in the Satis group. But Justin Sun, the 28-year-old CEO of Tron, wants to prove that his business is different. Sun,… Continue Reading →

MarketInvoice, a London-based online billing platform, raises £ 26m (Series B), led by Barclays and Santander, and a £ 30m loan facility from Viola Credit

MarketInvoice Market Facture co-founders Ilya Kondrashov, left, and Anil Stocker, right. MarketInvoice, a British start-up specializing in lending, announced Monday it has obtained £ 56 million ($ 72 million) in equity financing and investor loans. The London-based financial technology company… Continue Reading →

Not only Ofo: China's auto-sharing companies are facing cash crunch

Read 1 min (Image credit: Togo) A report on the China Central Television (CCTV) state channel on Sunday emphasized the cost of acquiring and maintaining vehicles in the car rental sector, and said the high entry barriers of the industry… Continue Reading →

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