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Facebook says it’s getting better at weeding out child sex abuse images

Facebook has revealed a huge jump in child sex abuse images uploaded to the website: 11.6 million pieces of content from July to September this year, versus 6.9 million from April to June. However, it proactively detects and removes over 99% of all such images and the large increase is due to better detection, it said in its latest transparency report.

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Daniel Eberhard

Open APIs Alone Won’t Change Banking

Open Banking API’s Most people think of banks as one monolithic entity, but they are actually made up of hundreds

Oussama El Hilali

Hybrid or Multi-cloud? Picking the Right Cloud Strategy for an Organization’s IT Needs

Hybrid or Multi-cloud? Picking the Right Cloud Strategy Discussions around cloud migration are no longer about whether an organization should

Ernesto

Having Your Cybersecurity And Eating It Too

The Catch 22 The very same year Marc Andreessen famously said that software was eating the world, the Chief Information

Accenture

Financial Firms Struggling to Assess Risks of Disruptive Technologies, Accenture Report Finds

Financial Firms Struggling to Assess Risks of Disruptive Technologies Risk managers believe that adopting AI, blockchain and RPA could have

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Toys “R” Us Is Back—Now With More Surveillance!

Reports about the toy store using cameras to track shoppers caused an uproar, but the companies behind the tech insist

Bbc Tech

Quadriga: Lawyers for users of bankrupt crypto firm seek exhumation of founder

Lawyers representing users of bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX are asking Canadian authorities to exhume the body of its founder. They