Facebook’s content moderators don’t have an easy task. They often have to see the very worst of what people post, including graphic violence and sexual abuse. And while the social network has resources to help, at least one former worker doesn’t believe that’s enough.
When dozens of people across the country got sick from eating contaminated romaine lettuce this spring, Walmart did what many grocers would do: It cleared every shred off its shelves, just to be safe.
Late last week, Apple released more details about how (with certain opt-in settings) the Apple Watch Series 4 will contact emergency services if the watch detects that you’ve had a hard fall.
Earlier this year, Mozilla announced Firefox Monitor, a service that tells you if your online accounts were hacked in a recent data breach. All you have to give it is your email address and it’ll use the Have I Been Pwned database to show you if you need to worry and what data was compromised.
– Det var helt uventet og kom fullstendig overraskende for personellet som skulle undersøke pasienten, sier Jostein Vist, leder for pasientsikkerhetsutvalget for somatikk ved Sykehuset Østfold.
Comcast is willing to sell its 30% stake in Hulu to Disney as the dust settles on its victorious $39 billion bid for Sky over the weekend.
Facebook shares are likely to fall significantly in the short term due to the departure of two key executives, according to J.P. Morgan.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will be present at a private meeting with top Republican lawmakers this Friday to discuss the company’s controversial plans to relaunch a search product in China and perceived liberal bias of search results, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.