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Facebook independent Oversight Board, which can overrule company decisions on whether to take down posts and recommend policy changes, started accepting cases for review on Thursday. The board, which the world’s largest social network created in response to criticism of its handling of problematic content, is open for cases both from users who have exhausted the
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Facebook moderators were reportedly pressured by their employer Genpact to return to office despite safety concerns over the ongoing coronavirus-induced pandemic. Genpact, a third-party contracting firm that handles Facebook’s moderation operations, has reportedly been asking its employees to return to its offices in Hyderabad as early as July. Genpact claimed that most parts of Facebook’s
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Nokia Essential Wireless Headphones have been launched with an over-ear design and 40mm dynamic drivers. The headphones also include an inbuilt battery that is rated to deliver up to 40 hours of audio playback on a single charge. Nokia Essential Wireless Headphones come with universal voice assistant support that lets you communicate with Google Assistant
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal website data has allegedly been leaked on the dark Web. The leaked data is said to include a “substantial amount” of personally identifiable information of lakhs of people. This includes name, email addresses, and mobile numbers, according to a report. The latest development comes just over a month after Prime
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Samsung Galaxy S21, the rumoured smartphone in the South Korean tech giant’s Galaxy S series of flagship phones, has allegedly been spotted on China’s 3C Certification site. While the listing doesn’t reveal anything about the upcoming phone’s battery capacity, it offers a glimpse into Galaxy S21’s possible charging specifications – with up to 25W fast
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