- Nothing’s ever simple, part 1: Facebook’s new rules to crack down on foreign influence on elections have caught out some candidates in the upcoming US vote on 5 June. They might not have received approval to advertise before the election, and one candidate says this alone may decide the result.
- iPhones may soon unlock hotel doors, and perform other useful tasks. It’s reported that iOS 12 (expected to be revealed in early June and launched later in the year) will allow developers to make use of the NFC chip that is currently reserved solely for Apple Pay.
A look at a hackathon where staff from Facebook, Uber, Twitter, Google, Microsoft and Pinterest “worked through the night to prototype new tools designed to help nonprofits in their fight against child sex trafficking.”
GDPR is already genuinely successful in one way, if you consider it has forcefully caused us to confront the sheer volume of things we have signed up for online. That's why it's funny. Because laughter is a natural response to the absurd
11:50 PM - 25 May 2018
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