Apple to quit default practice of retaining Siri recordings

Apple Inc on Wednesday said it would quit its default practice of retaining audio recordings of the requests users make to its Siri personal assistant and limit human review of what audio it does collect to its own employees rather than contractors. The changes come after Apple earlier this month paused a program called Siri… Read More Apple to quit default practice of retaining Siri recordings

Facebook introduces tighter rules for U.S. political advertisers ahead of 2020 presidential election

Facebook Inc is tightening its political ad rules in the United States, it said on Wednesday, requiring new disclosures for its site and photo-sharing platform Instagram ahead of the U.S. presidential election in November 2020. The social media giant is introducing a ‘confirmed organization’ label for U.S. political advertisers who show government-issued credentials to demonstrate… Read More Facebook introduces tighter rules for U.S. political advertisers ahead of 2020 presidential election

Twenty-five dead, thirteen injured following arson attack on bar in Mexico

At least 25 people were killed in an arson attack by suspected gang members on a bar in the southeastern Mexican port of Coatzacoalcos late on Tuesday, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said, in a fresh blow to his efforts to curb violence. Calling the attack horrendous, Lopez Obrador told a regular morning news conference… Read More Twenty-five dead, thirteen injured following arson attack on bar in Mexico