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Facebook is extending the strict privacy protection it will introduce to the EU to the rest of the world.
Even without the recent data scandal involving Cambridge Analytica, the EU had already tasked Facebook with enacting changes in accordance to the General Data Protection Regulation law.
Now, the changes are simply being rolled out everywhere.
Best Buy is teaming up with Amazon to sell more than ten models of 4K and HD Fire TV edition units from Toshiba and Insignia starting this summer.
Pricing hasn't been set yet, but the TVs will be available at Best Buy stores, their site, or on amazon.com.
And finally, YouTube is testing a program that will allow uploaders to describe the contents of their videos.
Aiming to reduce the chance that a creator's working properly loses the right to earn money from ads.
The company is also looking into fan sponsorships as a way to further monetize content.
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