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NordVPN: Five Common Mistakes We All Make on Social Media

Nicosia, Cyprus, September 17, 2019 –(PR.com)– Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are among the top 10 of the world’s most visited websites, the latest report shows. Although billions of people spend thousands of hours every day on these social media platforms, not many of them think of this activity as risky. The risk stems from the [Read More...]

DNAtix Launches Free Anonymous Genetic Vault

Tel Aviv, Israel, September 17, 2019 –(PR.com)– Digital DNAtix Ltd., the Israeli cyber genetics startup, has announced the first free anonymous genetic vault service. Lack of privacy is currently a barrier for so many people who want to have their DNA tested but are afraid to give their genetic data away. As of today anyone can [Read More...]

Munich-based Holidu, a price comparison and booking site for holiday rentals active in 21 markets, raises €40M Series C led by Prime Ventures (Mary Loritz/EU-Startups)

Mary Loritz / EU-Startups: Munich-based Holidu, a price comparison and booking site for holiday rentals active in 21 markets, raises €40M Series C led by Prime Ventures  —  Munich-based Holidu is global price comparison platform for holiday rentals, where people to find, compare, and book vacation rentals around the [Read More...]

WeWork parent says it expects to complete its IPO by the end of the year after shelving plans to launch an investor road show this week (Joshua Franklin/Reuters)

Joshua Franklin / Reuters: WeWork parent says it expects to complete its IPO by the end of the year after shelving plans to launch an investor road show this week  —  Joshua Franklin, Anirban Sen  —  (Reuters) – WeWork owner The We Company said on Monday it expected to complete its initial public offering (IPO) [Read More...]

A new memoir by Marc Randolph, Netflix’s co-founder and first CEO, recounts the entertainment giant’s startup days, when DVDs in red envelopes were all the rage (Nicole Sperling/New York Times)

Nicole Sperling / New York Times: A new memoir by Marc Randolph, Netflix’s co-founder and first CEO, recounts the entertainment giant’s startup days, when DVDs in red envelopes were all the rage  —  SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — Long before binge-watching, the streaming wars and “Netflix and chill,” there were two guys barreling down [Read More...]

iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max review: improved battery life, flexible triple camera system, and great performance, but ultra-wide camera sometimes lacks detail (Chris Velazco/Engadget)

Chris Velazco / Engadget: iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max review: improved battery life, flexible triple camera system, and great performance, but ultra-wide camera sometimes lacks detail  —  What does it mean for a phone to earn the name “Pro”?  Lots of power, for one.  Usually great cameras.  And software robust enough to handle arduous [Read More...]

iPhone 11 review: has a terrific battery life and excellent camera, and is the best phone for the average consumer, but iOS 13 is buggy (Nilay Patel/The Verge)

Nilay Patel / The Verge: iPhone 11 review: has a terrific battery life and excellent camera, and is the best phone for the average consumer, but iOS 13 is buggy  —  This was not a hard review  —  Video by Becca Farsace, Alix Diaconis, Phil Esposito, Andrew Marino, Grayson Blackmon, William Joel, Owen Grove, and Mariya [Read More...]

AI researchers are beginning to acknowledge and confront the “reproducibility” crisis, which makes it hard for others to replicate the results of AI systems (Gregory Barber/Wired)

Gregory Barber / Wired: AI researchers are beginning to acknowledge and confront the “reproducibility” crisis, which makes it hard for others to replicate the results of AI systems  —  Machine-learning systems are black boxes even to the researchers that build them.  That makes it hard for others to assess the [Read More...]

Facebook removes accounts for spreading disinformation on Instagram and FB, hundreds from Ukraine, linked to PR firm, and from Iraq, posting on societal issues (Nathaniel Gleicher/Facebook)

Nathaniel Gleicher / Facebook: Facebook removes accounts for spreading disinformation on Instagram and FB, hundreds from Ukraine, linked to PR firm, and from Iraq, posting on societal issues  —  Today, we removed multiple Pages, Groups and accounts that were involved in coordinated inauthentic behavior on Facebook and [Read More...]

A new generation of cameras in the UK that feed into facial recognition software, enabling real-time identity checks, raises new privacy concerns among citizens (Adam Satariano/New York Times)

Adam Satariano / New York Times: A new generation of cameras in the UK that feed into facial recognition software, enabling real-time identity checks, raises new privacy concerns among citizens  —  Facial recognition technology is drawing scrutiny in a country more accustomed to surveillance than any other Western [Read More...]

Hong Kong-based AutoX, which recently announced plans to roll out 100 robotaxis in Shanghai by early 2020, has closed $100M Series A from Alibaba and others (Song Jingli/KrASIA)

Song Jingli / KrASIA: Hong Kong-based AutoX, which recently announced plans to roll out 100 robotaxis in Shanghai by early 2020, has closed $100M Series A from Alibaba and others  —  Hong Kong-based startup AutoX said on Monday that it has closed its Series A financing round, bagging USD 100 million, according to a press [Read More...]

The High Court of South Africa rules that bulk surveillance is unlawful, in case brought after a reporter found his phone communications were recorded in 2008 (Privacy International)

Privacy International: The High Court of South Africa rules that bulk surveillance is unlawful, in case brought after a reporter found his phone communications were recorded in 2008  —  Today, the High Court of South Africa in Pretoria in a historic decision declared that bulk interception by the South African [Read More...]

To comply with NYC regulations, Uber will start locking out drivers from its app at times and in areas of low demand in the city, from Tuesday (Tina Bellon/Reuters)

Tina Bellon / Reuters: To comply with NYC regulations, Uber will start locking out drivers from its app at times and in areas of low demand in the city, from Tuesday  —  (Reuters) – Uber on Tuesday will begin limiting drivers’ access to its app in New York City to comply with regulation aimed at boosting drivers’ pay [Read More...]

China is struggling to rein in its citizens’ appetite for online gambling, which is fueling an online casino boom in the Philippines and Cambodia (Bloomberg)

Bloomberg: China is struggling to rein in its citizens’ appetite for online gambling, which is fueling an online casino boom in the Philippines and Cambodia  —  It’s 6:30 on a Monday morning in China, and the Guangdong Club online gambling platform is humming as a stream of wagers placed in Chinese yuan flows through the [Read More...]
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