On Monday, December 20, Meta (f/k/a Facebook) filed a complaint in the Northern District of California against Social Data Trading Ltd. The crux of the issue, according to Meta, is that Social Data scrapes data without permission from accounts on websites such as Instagram (which is owned by Meta) and other popular sites.
The global pandemic has changed much about our lives, including how we shop for food. One of the biggest changes, and one that is likely here to stay, is the sharp increase in online grocery shopping. As shoppers continue to navigate apps instead of aisles, food brands will have to lean into innovative ways to publicize their products.
While recent developments may suggest crackdowns on certain uses of facial recognition systems, these systems and the underlying technology are here to stay. Regulatory proposals governing facial recognition systems are forthcoming, and the issues surrounding this technology will remain relevant and widely debated.
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How companies leverage social media continues to evolve, but one powerful trend is stepping into the limelight: leveraging the brand-building power of influencers.
With the NCAA stepping out of the picture and states rapidly passing NIL legislation, what does the future hold for collegiate sports?
A successful ransomware attack occurs every eight minutes. Since phishing is one of the primary methods of launching ransomware attacks companies need to continue educating and training their employees to be vigilant.
A massive LinkedIn data breach has reportedly affected over 700 million accounts.