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Twitter has published its rules for world leaders, including what types of tweets won’t be allowed

16/10/2019 (Wed)

Twitter has revealed its moderation policies for world leaders in a new blog post.

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Workers trust AI more than human managers

16/10/2019 (Wed)

Workers place more trust in robots and AI than their managers according to the second annual AI at Work study conducted by Oracle and Future Workplace.

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How YouTube talent managers are helping shape the future of the influencer industry

14/10/2019 (Mon)

When an influencer wants to take easy money to promote the latest detox tea for weight loss, it’s often a talent manager who steps in and advises them that it might not be such a great idea.

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Instagram is getting rid of the feature that let you see what everyone else was liking

08/10/2019 (Tue)

Starting this week, it will be harder to stalk people’s activity on Instagram.

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Google wants to make sure your passwords never get hacked

04/10/2019 (Fri)

Google is looking to secure users of its Chrome browser with a new security tool that monitors if passwords have been compromised.

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Twitter lets users sideline unwanted direct messages

02/10/2019 (Wed)

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 2 — Twitter on Monday said it is rolling out a filter that will hide away unwanted direct messages, providing a new tool to stymie abuse.

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How to add tasks to your Google Calendar with Google Tasks, to organize your entire schedule in one place

27/09/2019 (Fri)

Google Calendar makes it easy to keep track of upcoming events, from work meetings to birthdays and anniversaries.

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Google overtakes Facebook in ad downloads

26/09/2019 (Thu)

For the first time ever, ads on Google drove more app downloads than ads on Facebook according to a new report from the marketing analytics firm Appsflyer.

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How to turn off autoplay on YouTube on your computer or mobile device, to prevent subsequent videos from playing automatically

26/09/2019 (Thu)

So, it happened again – you clicked on a YouTube video intending to watch that one clip of a standup routine, and suddenly it’s 45 minutes later and you’re watching the 23rd video delivered to you via YouTube autoplay.

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How to report a YouTube video that you find inappropriate or rule-breaking

25/09/2019 (Wed)

YouTube’s rules aren’t very strict, but there are still a number of rules that creators need to follow. If you see a video on YouTube that you think is inappropriate or illegal, be it hate speech, pornographic, libelous, or otherwise improper, you can report the video to YouTube.

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Remember Yahoo Mail? It’s back to tame your messages – even if you use Gmail

24/09/2019 (Tue)

Yahoo has released a new version of its mobile app, and even if you’re wedded to Gmail or Outlook, it’s well worth a look.

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Tech group to revamp in fight against online extremist content

24/09/2019 (Tue)

NEW YORK, Sept 24 — A consortium of global tech companies, set up to combat extremist content online, said yesterday it plans to revamp the two-year-old organisation and appoint an executive director.

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Here are the popular YouTubers with millions of fans that are losing their verified status and coveted grey checkmark thanks to a policy change

20/09/2019 (Fri)

Popular YouTube creators are lashing out against the company after many of them were told Thursday they would be losing the verification checkmarks on their channels.

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Study: Almost half of Singaporean influencers artificially boost followers, comments

20/09/2019 (Fri)

SINGAPORE, Sept 20 — Almost half of influencers in Singapore use artificial methods — including buying followers — to inflate their statistics on Instagram, according to a new report which surveyed 7,107 Singaporean influencers claiming to have between 1,000 and one million followers.

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How to add page numbers on Google Docs to organize your work

13/09/2019 (Fri)

While probably not necessary for short documents, page numbers can play an important role in keeping your longer documents organized – especially if you’re printing them out. Papers can fall out of the printing tray, and a missing page is much easier to identify when you know exactly which one it is, after all.

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