4th December 2023

2 Google has launched a brand new anti-terrorism content material instrument
Altitude offers smaller platforms the power to trace, detect and take away terror content material. (Wired $)
+ Google has a brand new instrument to outsmart authoritarian web censorship. (MIT Expertise Assessment)

three Apple’s €14.three billion tax dispute is again on the agenda  
An EU court docket choice from 2020 has been referred to as into query, and a brand new evaluation might be on the horizon. (FT $)
+ It’s been ordered to pay $25 million in a hiring discrimination case, too. (The Verge)

four Video chat web site Omegle is not any extra
After a latest lawsuit discovered it gave sexual predators free rein on-line. (Quick Firm $)
+ The location had an extended, problematic historical past of sexual abuse points. (Wired $)

5 Meta is staging a daring return to China
Greater than a decade after Fb was blocked from working there. (WSJ $)
+ The corporate wants China greater than it’s keen to confess. (Remainder of World)

6 Labcorp’s employees say they’re burnt out
The healthcare firm’s inflexible productiveness targets are pushing them to the brink. (404 Media)

7 Amazon is formally a trend flop 🛍️
Its hopes of changing into a bricks and mortar clothes large have been dashed. (The Info $)
+ The struggle over quick trend is heating up. (MIT Expertise Assessment)

eight For grownup content material creators, OnlyFans is the pathway to mainstream success
The platform dominates the trade, however its stars don’t care. (WP $)
+ Fame within the age of AI seems to be a bit completely different today. (Economist $)

9 Meet the catastrophe microbiologists
Catastrophes can alter the surroundings, and microbes that have an effect on our well being, eternally. (Proto.Life)
+ Your microbiome ages as you do—and that’s an issue. (MIT Expertise Assessment)

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