YouTube said Wednesday it would begin removing video content that spread misinformation about all approved vaccines , not just those related to Covid-19. The company said it had removed 130,000 videos for violating its Covid-19 vaccine policies since last year. While Twitter and Facebook have been the center of the battle over misinformation online, YouTube has had more of a free pass, and...
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A new job listing for a role in Apple’s AR/VR division suggests that Apple wants to rethink or potentially streamline the way that apps are made for its future headworn devices. It could also suggest that Apple is exploring a move beyond the App Store model that has brought it both success and waves of criticism on mobile.The listing in question, which went live on Monday, is for an AR/VR...
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