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YouTube will ban claims that coronavirus vaccines kill. The company has been slow to ban COVID-19 misinformation.
Twitter banned two New York Post articles about Joe Biden’s son Hunter. The firm took action to limit the reach of the articles after questions arose about their veracity, and Facebook also choked the article’s spread.
Apple’s iPhone 12 livestream was kicked off Chinese video platforms. Tencent Video, iQiyi, Bilibili, and Weibo canceled Tuesday’s coverage without explanation.
Facebook will ban ads that ‘discourage people from getting a vaccine’. The move marks a slightly broader approach to removing anti-vaxx content.
An Amazon worker says the firm reinstated disciplinary action for time spent “off task.” Employees risk being reprimanded for taking time out to wash their hands during Prime Day.
Wing cofounder Audrey Gelman apologized to staff for her ‘inaction’ on racism. Some employees say they experienced racist and anti-LGBTQIA discrimination at the firm.
Zoom will enable users to charge …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Tech