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Facebook releases content moderation guidelines – rules long kept secret 24 Apr 6:14pm Facebook releases content moderation guidelines – rules long kept secret
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A year after the Guardian revealed Facebook’s secret rules for censorship decisions, the company has released a public version A year after the
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Amazon now delivers packages straight to car boots 24 Apr 9:49am Amazon now delivers packages straight to car boots
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Latest in Amazon Key programme sees newer Volvos and General Motors vehicles become lockboxes for Prime members Amazon has begun offering deliveries direct to car boots for members of its Prime subscription service.
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Music streaming revenues overtake CDs to hit $6.6bn globally 24 Apr 8:50am Music streaming revenues overtake CDs to hit $6.6bn globally
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Popularity of services such as Spotify and Apple Music outstrips traditional formats Streaming music revenues surpassed income from the sale of traditional music formats for the first time last year, as the booming popularity of services such as Spotify put an end to the era of the CD. Revenue from music fans paying for services such as Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music surged more than 41% last year to $6.6bn (£4.7bn), accounting for more than 38% of the $17.3bn total global recorded music market. The sale of physical formats, primarily CDs, fell 5.4% to $5.2bn to account for 30% of the global market.
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Huawei P20 Pro review: the three-camera iPhone killer 24 Apr 5:14am Huawei P20 Pro review: the three-camera iPhone killer
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The Chinese smartphone maker has hit a home run with a top-end smartphone that’s on a par with the best With the P20 Pro, Huawei has not only proven that it can compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung, but it can beat them in many ways. Three cameras really are better than one (or two).
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New Europe law makes it easy to find out what your boss has said about you 24 Apr 2:00am New Europe law makes it easy to find out what your boss has said about you
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General Data Protection Regulation holds that anyone in Europe can ask any company for the data it has on them Have you ever wondered what your boss or co-workers say about you behind your back? If you’re located in Europe, it will soon be extremely easy to find out. Under the
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Facebook urged to use face recognition to block scam ads 24 Apr 1:00am Facebook urged to use face recognition to block scam ads
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Media committee chair says Martin Lewis’s case shows yet another failure to protect users Facebook is facing calls to deploy facial recognition technology to block scam adverts featuring celebrities,
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Facebook says its free news feed is helping journalism 23 Apr 8:47pm Facebook says its free news feed is helping journalism
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Company tells Australian regulator that news makes up just 5% of content shared, and downplays its collection and use of people’s data
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