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Google Maps is expanding its roll out of speed limit, speed camera indicators

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Google Maps is rolling out speed limit features in at least 40 countries around the world now, according to TechCrunch.

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Google Maps is expanding its roll out of speed limit, speed camera indicators

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Google Maps is rolling out speed limit features in at least 40 countries around the world now, according to TechCrunch.

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Google Maps is expanding its roll out of speed limit, speed camera indicators

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Google Maps is rolling out speed limit features in at least 40 countries around the world now, according to TechCrunch.

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Facebook releases community standards enforcement report

Facebook has just released its latest community standards enforcement report and the verdict is in: people are awful, and happy to share how awful they are with the world.

The latest effort at transparency from Facebook on how it enforces its community standards contains several interesting nuggets. While the company’s algorithms and internal moderators have become exceedingly good at tracking myriad violations before they’re reported to the company, hate speech, online bullying,…

Facebook to launch its own cryptocurrency in 2020

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Facebook plans on launching the cryptocurrency, termed “GlobalCoin,” in a dozen countries by the first quarter of 2020, BBC reports. Read more…

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Facebook to launch its own cryptocurrency in 2020

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Facebook plans on launching the cryptocurrency, termed “GlobalCoin,” in a dozen countries by the first quarter of 2020, BBC reports. Read more…

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Facebook to launch its own cryptocurrency in 2020

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Facebook plans on launching the cryptocurrency, termed “GlobalCoin,” in a dozen countries by the first quarter of 2020, BBC reports. Read more…

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Twitter launches new search features to stop the spread of misinformation about vaccines

As measles outbreaks in the United States and other countries continue to get worse, Twitter is introducing new search tools meant to help users find credible resources about vaccines. It will also stop auto-suggesting search terms that would lead users to misinformation about vaccines.

In a blog post, Twitter vice president of trust and safety Del Harvey wrote “at Twitter, we understand the importance of vaccines in preventing illness and disease and recognize the role that Twitter plays…

World leaders ask tech giants to tackle toxic content with Christchurch Call

On Wednesday, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will ask tech companies to sign a pledge called the Christchurch Call, as The New York Times previously reported. Digital ministers of the Group of 7 nations are meeting tomorrow to talk about toxic content and tech regulation.

The Christchurch Call is the first result on that work and a way to start involving tech companies with a nonbinding pledge. Named after the recent terrorist attack in Christchurch, the agreement should ask tech…

Coinbase Earn now lets users in 100+ countries earn crypto by solving quizzes

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Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase today launched its Earn product, which lets users earn cryptocurrency by solving tasks, trying out new decentralized protocols and answering quizzes, in more than 100 countries. 

The list of countries where Earn is now available includes the United States, UK, most of EU, Canada, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, South Korea, and Taiwan, the company has announced. 

Additionally,…