Facebook has announced it’s tightening its rules around hurtful content as more brands boycott the platform. Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, shared the platform’s renewed efforts from its second civil rights audit.
Harmful content, misinformation and fake news are firmly in the spotlight this week as protests escalate against the spread of racially insensitive content on social platforms and a new code of conduct for digital platforms enters circulation.
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It’s been a couple of weeks of cancellations and warnings as industries from technology to culture and sports to marketing and creative cancel, postpone or take events digital in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Art Gallery of NSW is looking to bring more engaging mobile capability to future exhibitions following the use of a chatbot that put its Japan Supernatural exhibition right into the hands of potential visitors.
Australia’s Information and Privacy Commissioner is taking Facebook to court, alleging serious privacy breaches that saw the personal data of more than 300,000 local consumers potentially disclosed to Cambridge Analytica for political profiling.