Twitter debuts ‘manipulated media’ label on clip of Biden retweeted by Trump – Strategy – Networking – Software- Tempemail

Twitter Inc has used its new “manipulated media” label for the first time on a video clip of US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden that was retweeted by President Donald Trump. The video, posted on Saturday by White House social media director Dan Scavino, showed Biden during a speech in Continue Reading

Twitter to label deepfakes and other deceptive media – Strategy- Tempemail

Twitter said on Tuesday it would start applying a label to tweets containing synthetic or deceptively edited forms of media, as social media platforms brace for a potential onslaught of misinformation ahead of the 2020 presidential election. The company also said it would remove any deliberately misleading manipulated media likely Continue Reading

Google Fi will soon label shady calls as ‘suspected spam’

In context: Everybody hates spam calls, but finally, after years of waiting, regulators, mobile carriers, and tech giants alike have begun to combat the frustrating practice. One of the most popular methods of doing so is to label shady calls as potentially dangerous, or even block them outright, as companies Continue Reading

AirAsia and Universal Music launch new record label to champion Asian artists

AirAsia and Universal Music Group (UMG) have partnered to form a new label signing, developing and breaking new Asian artists. The label, called RedRecords, ultimately wants to elevate Asian pop (A-pop) throughout the region and globally by focusing on discovering and developing talent from South East Asia and throughout the Continue Reading

Riot creates its own publishing label, will produce single-player games in the League of Legends universe

Why it matters: Riot Games is best known for its work on the ever-popular online MOBA League of Legends, but a couple months ago, the studio announced the existence of six new in-development titles, three of which are still shrouded in relative mystery. This announcement proved to the world that Continue Reading

Twitter drafts a deepfake policy that would label and warn– Tempemail

[Tempemail] Twitter last month said it was introducing a new policy to help fight deepfakes and other “manipulated media” that involve photos, videos, or audio that’s been significantly altered to change its original meaning or purpose, or those that make it seem like something happened that actually did not. Today, Continue Reading

Google is working on a way for Chrome to label slow websites

A tough task: While Google’s intentions seem good-hearted, the successful implementation of such a system could be incredibly tricky. Really, aside from encouraging site owners to adopt best practice with regard to optimizing their site for speed, I’m not sure how effective it can really be. For example, will it Continue Reading