Peloton recalls treadmills, Signal and Facebook clash
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peloton and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission announced voluntary recalls of the peloton.
tread plus and tread.
They've warned people who have bought either treadmill to immediately stop using it and contact peloton for a full refund.
Last month, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission warned about a potentially fatal risk posed by the treadmills after a child died in an accident involving the tread plus encrypted messaging service signal put up a blog post titled The Instagram ads Facebook won't show you Signal said it created a multivariate targeted ad that would show you the personal data that Facebook collects about you and sells access to.
The proposed ads would have informed Instagram users about the kind of data Facebook collects.
For example, you got this ad because you're a K-pop-loving chemical engineer.
Facebook issued a statement saying that this is a stunt by signal who never even tried to run these ads.
YouTube's Tick Tock clone is out of beta and will roll out to all US users next week.
It's called shorts and they are 15 to 60 seconds, vertical videos, kind of like TikTok videos.
Shorts will also be featured in the YouTube app as an option on the bottom menu.
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