Anti-hate speech activists claim that 43 players were the targets of reported posts, which are still up and raising fears about potential abuse during the World Cup.
Following the success of Cambridge University's experiment, Google intends to broadcast adverts that educate consumers about misinformation strategies.
Zoom has released a patch for a macOS problem that might allow a hacker to take control of a user's operating system (via MacRumors). Zoom admits the issue (CVE-2022-28756) in an update to its security notice and says a remedy is available in version 5.11.5 of the Mac app, which you can (and should) download now.
Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, has lost his request for a postponement after a US court ruled that Twitter's case against him go to trial in October.
A resentful party has been keeping quiet until recently, but there were some worries when Facebook changed its name to Meta in October that the firm was trying to rule the developing metaverse.
The internet giant is accused of stifling competition from rival payment card issuers by utilising its dominant position in the mobile phone market.
This week, WhatsApp added a number of new features, including the option to mute others during group calls (via Android Central). This sanity-saving tool appears to be useful not only for muting folks who fail to do so, but also if you're in the same room as someone else in the conversation and don't want to hear an echo of their words.
In the first five months of this year, UK start-ups raised more money than they will in the entire year of 2020.
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