Facebook profile of the person concerned in cash in transit heist in KwaMashu has been removed or
Police representative lieutenant
colonel Brenda Muridili said a bunch of
robbers engaged in a shootout with security guards of
a money vehicle.
She said 2 of the robbers were shot dead.
She said the remaining
robbers fled the scene in a minibus
“A hand gun and a rifle were recovered on
the scene from the robbers. It was an attempted robbery,” Muridili said.
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civil rights audit, and with it news that the corporate plans to treat the 2020 U.S.A. census as if it were a
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to crack down on fake census-related stories and
partnerships with non-partisan teams to
foster participation. AI will facilitate enforce the policy,
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The audit additionally signals changes in other areas, as
well as how it
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the audit is over. The civil rights task force created in December will be formalized and take on further “expertise”
across a variety of problems, as well as voting rights specialists who’ll acknowledge trends in voter suppression. Every senior leader in the task force will receive rights training, too, to be sure that these ideas form an important part of Facebook’s product decisions.
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Social networks may have to stop users under the age of eighteen from liking posts, according to new privacy rules.
The Information Commissioner’s office (ICO) within the United Kingdom has drafted a code of practice to protect children’s safety online.
One of the rules within the code would prevent tech corporations from using “nudge” techniques.
Nudge techniques are defined as anything that would encourage youngsters to provide unnecessary personal information, weaken or turn off their privacy protections, or extend their use.
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So that means social networks would have to remove likes for youngsters because information is collected whenever someone clicks the like button.
A journalist whose work helped prompt the massive tech backlash roiling Silicon Valley excoriated Facebook, labeled technology a ‘crime scene’ and blamed tech platforms for precipitating a crisis in Western democracy.
During a ted talk on Monday, Carole Cadwalladr, a British journalist who helped expose the Cambridge Analytica information scandal and how 87 million Facebook users’ data impacted the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump, addressed executives like Facebook ceo Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter ceo Jack Dorsey, and Alphabet founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin — calling them “gods of silicon Valley” whose creations have wreaked havoc on democracy.
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“Facebook: you were on the wrong side of history in that,”