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(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google told Reuters this week it is developing an alternative to the industry standard method for classifying skin tones, which a growing chorus of technology researchers and dermatologists says is inadequate for assessing whether products are biased against people of color.
Wang Sicong has crossed a line with the Chinese public after abusive texts were made public by a woman. Sun Yining found herself forced to deal with increasingly aggressive conversations with Wang.
Internet fads tend to have a distinct life cycle. First, the embrace by early adopters and tastemakers, particularly the young. Next, an explosion of popularity leading to inescapable ubiquity. Finally, death by overexposure and a wretched zombie afterlife of continued usage by parents and the terminally uncool.
Social media made Logan Paul famous. Boxing is making him rich.
Younger consumers are more likely to be victims of cryptocurrency scams because they're eager to make money and they're frequently on social media where some scams are pitched.
Dozens of consumers who were scammed by Elon Musk impersonators taking advantage of the recent cryptocurrency mania are begging the US Federal Trade Commission for help getting their money back.
In northeast Minneapolis’ arts district, a tall, lanky man with slate-coloured, shoulder-length hair often wanders by the railroad tracks with his phone at arm’s length, recording himself.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fake promised giveaways by celebrities such as Telsa CEO Elon Musk are being used by scammers to cash in on interest in cryptocurrencies, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said on Monday in noting a jump in complaints about cryptocurrency fraud since October.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With his cult following, Tesla boss Elon Musk has amassed considerable power to move markets with his musings, but murky rules make it difficult for regulators to rein him in.
Keep calm and surf on: British cyber security agency reports that cybercrime shot up 15-fold compared to 2020, as hackers took advantage of pandemic and Brexit panic.