GAFA tax "à la française" in the process of being adopted, the United States launch an investigation

GAFA Tax “à la Française” in the Process of Being Adopted, the United States Launch an Investigation

The “GAFA” tax, on the digital giants, must be definitively adopted by Parliament. At the same time, the United States is launching an investigation into the effects of this tax. The Parliament should adopt definitively Thursday 11th July 2019, for a final Senate vote for right-wing majority, the introduction of a tax on “Gafa”, making France one of the first […]

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Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram are back to normal after a giant breakdown

Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram: Back to Normal after a Giant Breakdown

A maintenance operation caused a major crash on Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram on Wednesday 3rd July 2019. You probably noticed if you were connected in the evening of Wednesday 3rd  July 2019: Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and Whatsapp did not work properly, especially for loading photos and videos. Facebook announced Thursday that everything was back in order, after a giant failure that affected […]

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Netflix accounts for nearly a quarter of Internet traffic in France

Netflix Accounts for Nearly a Quarter of Internet Traffic in France

INTERNET: With Netflix, Google, Akamai and Facebook, we even surpass 50% for only four content providers Watching Stranger Things in 4K consumes bytes! Four major content providers – Netflix, Google, Akamai and Facebook – alone account for 53% of French Internet traffic, Netflix is the undisputed champion according to the report on the state of the internet released Thursday by […]

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Underpaid and abused, Facebook moderators call for help

Facebook: Underpaid, Harassed, Moderators of the Social Network are Exhausted

VIOLENCE, PEDOPHILIA … Moderators of Facebook must watch unsustainable videos for low wages Behind the window of Facebook, the moderators who watch and monitor the social network can not anymore. Faced daily with the worst of the Internet, these 15,000 employees from outsourcing companies are exhausted, according to a survey of The Verge , relayed by Presse Citron. “People were crying, crumbling, […]

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Facebook launches "Libra", its own virtual currency

Facebook Launches “Libra”, its Own Virtual Currency

Facebook is launching into cryptocurrency with “Libra”, a new means of payment that should particularly benefit the billion people “excluded” from the banking system Facebook will it fly with its 2.7 billion users with cryptocurrencies? In any case, this is his intention with “Libra”, a virtual currency meant to buy goods or send money as easily as an instant […]

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With Facebook Avatars, you can express yourself with a character closest to you.

With Facebook Avatars, You Will Soon be Able to Customise your Emojis

Available by the end of 2019, Facebook Avatars will allow each user to create an animated character in his image to interact on the social network. While the competition of Snapchat and Instagram is always tougher, Facebook is launching a new feature to try to keep its users. Facebook Avatars is the replica of Bitmoji on Snapchat. For now, […]

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Tinder agrees to share personal data with Russian authorities

Tinder Agrees to Share the Personal Data of its Users with the Russian Authorities

The dating app, Tinder will provide personal data information on users at the request of the authorities and will have to store its data on Russian territory This is the end of the personal data of Tinder users in Russia. Roskomnadzor, the Russian agency that oversees communications, technology and media, wants the app to share information […]

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The Senate examines Tuesday and Wednesday at first reading the proposed GAFA tax on the digital giants,

The “Gafa Tax” Validated by the Senate to Impose on the Digital Giants

The GAFA tax that must target the digital giants such as Facebook and Google has been validated by the Senate Wednesday 22nd May, 2019. Members and senators still have to agree. The majority Senate on the right has voted by show of hands, on the night of Tuesday, May 21 to Wednesday, May 22, 2019, […]

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Whatsapp recommends an udate, for security reasons

WhatsApp Recommends an Emergency Update of the Application to Counter a Security Vulnerability

SPY SOFTWARE: The teams of the instant messaging platform, Whatsapp owned by Facebook, have spotted a security HOLE in the application that allowed anyone to spy on all the activity of a mobile through a simple call WhatsApp recommends its users to update, as soon as possible, the latest version of the application available since Monday. In early May, the […]

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Mark Zuckerberg and Emmanuel Macron discuss how to regulate Facebook

How to Regulate Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg Meets Emmanuel Macron

The boss of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg was in Paris this Friday 10th May, 2019 to discuss with Emmanuel Macron ways to combat hate content Emmanuel Macron and Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg discussed Friday, May 10, 2019 at the Elysee ways to fight against hate content , while the pressure is intensifying to regulate social networks and especially Facebook. France plans […]

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