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Daily Archives: April 10, 2018

Reddit Copyright Complaints Jump 138% But Almost Half Get Rejected

As part of its now annual Transparency Report, Reddit has revealed that copyright complaints sent to the platform under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act jumped 138% in 2017. While the leap is significant, the numbers involved a still surprisingly low for a platform of its size. Nevertheless, the company still rejected more than 44% of all notices for not being valid.

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NBlog April 11 – a rich seam

Surprisingly often, a breaking news story falls into our laps at precisely the right moment.Today, I’ve been developing a general staff awareness presentation on privacy. Three core messages appeal to me, this time around:Privacy is an ethical consider…

Foxconn posts revenue growth for March

Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) has reported consolidated revenues of NT$349.15 billion (US$11.95 billion) for March 2018 representing increases of 25.7% sequentially and 2.2% on year. The company’s consolidated revenues for the first …