Elon Musk has accused Apple of threatening to remove Twitter from its App Store without providing a reason, and that the iPhone maker has stopped advertising on Twitter, prompting him to question whether the tech group hates free speech.
According to a new psychology report published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior and authored by Susann Kohout, Sanne Kruikemeier, and Bert N. Bakker, people pay more attention to negative comments on social media than positive ones.
Another fine has visited tech giant Meta, as Ireland’s Data Protection Commission slammed the company with a €265 million fine (about $276 million) after an April 2021 data leak exposed the information of more than 533 million users to so-called data scrapers.
The general availability of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Data Security Platform on AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog that customers can use to find, buy, deploy, and manage third-party software, data, and services to business solutions and run their business on AWS, is boosting Amazon’s partnerships and connecting partners with the parent cloud.
Apple shares fell about 2.6 per cent on Monday, making it one of the Nasdaq 100 index’s biggest percentage losers, weighing on the broader market as growing unrest at a key Chinese plant spread fears of a bigger hit to already limited production of higher-end iPhone 14 models due to unrest at a Foxconn factory in China.
After Donald Trump said he had no interest in returning to Twitter, despite a slim majority voting in favor of reinstating the former U.S. President, who was banned from the social media service for inciting violence, in a poll organized by new owner Elon Musk, a variety of explanations for Trump’s refusal to rejoin Twitter have circulated.
Most Canadian companies that are victims of cyber incidents lack even basic recommended security measures. Fortunately, there are achievable steps to take that greatly improve an organization’s cyber security posture.