This week, the tech world responds to BREXIT, Microsoft revises Asimov’s laws of robotics, Facebook & YouTube filter out extremist content, Facebook wants you to see more of your friends content, why the car in that ad may not be what you think it is, Boston Dynamics brings a robot to the home, and much, much more.
This week, the Apple Watch sells out, Europe slaps Google with antitrust charges, LinkedIn gets instructional, podcasting wins a major victory, and…Dwayne’s not the only one who’s violently against drones … and much much more.
This week, the FCC hears your Net Neutrality concerns, Twitter gets less tweety, Dogecoin suffers much hack, so heist, Why Apple may be banking on Beats Electronics, the Google court ruling that could change the web, and more…
The Court ruled this way using the principle of “right to be forgotten.” RTBF, as we’ll call it, means that when it comes to search engine results about individual people (in this case, EU citizens), those people now have the ability to request that certain bits of information about their lives be removed since they believe those results are no longer relevant. Continue reading →