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  1. Entrusting your data to big tech platforms can be highly risky. Users who have been banned by Google for supposedly violating its terms of service have been left without access to key parts of their lives. Many have appealed the suspensions but have received automated responses. They don't know why they've been banned. "This is just how life is when you're dealing with trillion-dollar faceless corporations," said Aral Balkan. When he received the notification from Google he couldn't quite believe it. Cleroth, a game developer who asked n
  2. FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A German court on Thursday banned Uber ride-hailing services in Germany, arguing the U.S. company lacks a necessary licence to offer passenger transport services using rental cars. The verdict is another setback for the firm after it lost its licence to carry paying passengers in London last month, with the city’s regulator claiming it had put passenger safety at risk. In Germany, where Uber is active in seven cities including Frankfurt, Berlin and Munich, the company exclusively works with car rental companies and their licensed driv
  3. State of Hesse says student and teacher information could be "exposed" to US spy agencies. Schools in the central German state of Hesse have been have been told it's now illegal to use Microsoft Office 365. The state's data-protection commissioner has ruled that using the popular cloud platform's standard configuration exposes personal information about students and teachers "to possible access by US officials". That might sound like just another instance of European concerns about data privacy or worries about the current US admin
  4. YouTube is trying to reduce the prevalence of extremist content on the platform YouTube is changing its community guidelines to ban videos promoting the superiority of any group as a justification for discrimination against others based on their age, gender, race, caste, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status, the company said today. The move, which will result in the removal of all videos promoting Nazism and other discriminatory ideologies, is expected to result in the removal of thousands of channels across YouTube. “The openness
  5. Basically, you have to come up with a funny reason why the person above you should be banned. So, what should I be banned for?
  6. Dushyantsinh Chavda

    Question about 'Current Issues at Nsane'

    I have read in 'Current Issue at Nsane' poll and click on first question's second option 'NO Racism is ok.' After 10 seconds I read second time, all question of polling. I am amazed.? I think 'NO racism is ok' not written 'No, racism is ok'! So, I click on 'NO Racism is ok.' means only that members' racism is not as punishable for banned but it have some penalty (any type, like he/she/? hate some race (in some posts) so he say sorry for this, in public not admin level. Also he write a post in which he write 'I love ...' opposition of 'I hate ...' ) otherwise he/she/? banned.
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