No RESUMIDO #33: ansiedade digital, um dia sem telas, como manipular pessoas online, saúde mental, discursos políticos feitos pro Google, regulamentação das plataformas, Whatsapp com limites, Laurinha Lero, Banksy, música e Clímax!
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Is Boris Johnson really trying to game Google search results?
Could admissions around buses, kissing kippers and saying he’s the “model of restraint” really downplay negative search results? It’s unlikely to be a longterm tactic
Platforms fall deeper into the political-speech quagmire
Twitter and Facebook scramble to cope with political speech that might violate their content rules.
The Redirect Method
The Redirect Method uses Adwords targeting tools and curated YouTube videos uploaded by people all around the world to confront online radicalization.
The Spinner* delivers specific articles to specific users on many news sites. All content presented is editorial, published by trusted and respected publishers.
Xbox and Playstation manipulate their marketplaces — and customers — just like Google, Amazon, and Apple
A new study shows that it’s not just search giants that are controlling what products you see.
‘Temos de proteger a privacidade e a saúde mental das pessoas’, diz Mark Zuckerberg – Link – Estadão
Em entrevista exclusiva ao ‘Estado’, presidente executivo do Facebook assume responsabilidades, diz que empresa não tenta influenciar eleições, se defende de acusações de concorrência desleal e projeta futuro da computação com realidade virtual
In leaked audio, Mark Zuckerberg rallies Facebook against critics and the US government
Facebook employees are frustrated with the direction of the company, and they’re pressing Zuckerberg for answers.
Facebook and WhatsApp will share ‘electronic communications’ with UK police under new treaty
Facebook and WhatsApp will be forced to share users’ encrypted messages with British police as part of a new treaty between the US and the UK, reports Bloomberg.
When US regulators investigated Google before, they gave it a pass. What about now?
When the European Union looked at Google, it hit the company with about $9 billion in fines.
Google wins landmark right to be forgotten case
A privacy regulator had sought to force firm to delist links across the world and not just Europe.
Limiting message forwarding on WhatsApp helped slow disinformation
In January, WhatsApp limited how often messages can be forwarded—to only five groups instead of 20—in an attempt to slow the spread of disinformation.
These apps make a game out of relieving anxiety. They may be onto something.
Popular apps are awarding points for beating “bad guys” and completing “power-ups” — and drawing from real, clinically approved treatments.
Everything You Need to Enjoy One Tech-Free Day a Week
If you’re going to ditch your phone for a technology Shabbat (and you totally should), you’ll need a few bits of gear that date back to the disco era.
Lee “Scratch” Perry: MIRROR MASTER FUTURES YARD | Swiss Institute
Swiss Institute is pleased to present MIRROR MASTER FUTURES YARD, the first ever institutional exhibition of artwork by Lee “Scratch” Perry. The show will feature a newly commissioned sculptural installation, as well as works produced in Perry’s legendary Black Ark studio in Kingston, Jamaica in the late 1990’s and in his Blue Ark studio in Einsiedeln, Switzerland, where he now lives.
Banksy confirms new shop is his as legal dispute rages on
In a statement, Banksy said the motivation behind the venture in Croydon is ‘possibly the least poetic reason to ever make some art’
Gross Domestic Product
Preso por associação para o tráfico, DJ Rennan da Penha concorre ao Grammy com clipe ‘Me solta’
Artista participou da produção de clipe indicado ao prêmio latino
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