Audit slams Facebook over civil rights, Amazon sellers need to list business addresses
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Despite improvements to its platform, Facebook has made quote vexing and heartbreaking decisions with real world consequences that are serious setbacks for civil rights, says an independent audit of the social networks practices and policies released on Wednesday.
The 89 page report led by civil rights experts and conducted with Facebook's cooperation, questions the social networks commitment to tackling civil rights challenges.
Calling the company's approach to reactive and piecemeal.
Qualcomm's high end Snapdragon processor is getting a speed bump to make mobile gaming even more immersive And one of the first phones to use the chip will be the upcoming ASUS ROG phone 3.
Qualcomm on Wednesday said the Snapdragon 865 Plus has a 10% quicker graphics rendering and a 10% faster CPU clock speed than its sibling, the Snapdragon 865 and the company's Quick Charge AI monitors battery life.
To help the devices last longer.
And finally Amazon sellers in the US soon be required to show their business name and address on their profile page, the e-commerce giant said on Wednesday.
The move goes into effect on September 1st, and it's already been in place in Europe, Japan and Mexico.
We're making this change to ensure there's a consistent baseline of seller information.
To help customers make informed shopping decisions.
Amazon said no notice the sellers.
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