Gabrielle Union, who is black, reportedly sought action to address an environment she said allowed racist jokes, comments and notes from producers along with other troubling behavior, including judge-producer Simon Cowell’s smoking indoors.
Social media giant's latest transparency report shows that government demands for user information hit a new high, led by the US, followed by India, the UK, Germany and France.
Online gaming is turning into a multi-billion dollar industry that has the potential to transform how we consume popular culture.
"You might have had trouble Tweeting, getting notifications, or viewing DMs. We're currently working on a fix, and should be back to normal soon", the company said in a tweet, which did not give further details.
The increasing spread of unverified news in Pakistani society often leads to unprecedented chaos and violence.
The social media company, co-founded by Dorsey, said the phone number associated with his account was compromised due to a security oversight by the mobile provider.
Apple put the programme on hold after the Guardian newspaper reported that contractors working on Apple's behalf regularly heard confidential information, drug deals and intimate bedroom talks.
Issies microblogging website's settings may have used data for personalised ads without a user's permission, said Twitter, adding they might have also include users’ engagement details with a particular ad.
Ugur Gallenkus, 29, says his work covers subjects from all over the world, including war, famine, violence against women, income inequality and climate change.
The Royal Commission investigation will look into the shooter's activities, use of social media and international connections, as well as whether there were inappropriate priority settings in counter-terrorism resources.
YouTube’s algorithmic fact-check feature meant to tackle misinformation tagged live broadcasts of the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris with the September 11, 2001 Al Qaeda assault on the United States.
A new law makes it an offence for companies such as Facebook Inc and Alphabet’s Google, which owns YouTube, not to remove videos or photographs that show murder, torture or rape without delay.
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