This week in International tech headlines we cover stories like reforms by OnlyFans to ban adult content, the Apple event scheduled for September, a new feature by Twitter coming soon and more.
Apple September Keynote: Here is what to anticipate: This fall, Apple has novelties that the firm would want us to have a taste on. In less than a Cupertino firm will hold its traditional back to school keynote. Some of the products that will be launched might not surprise us. This article gives a brief overview of gadgets that we expect the firm to undertake this September.
OnlyFans Bans Adult Content Amidst Pressure from Banks: OnlyFans, a site where users pay to access videos and pictures from celebrities and other content creators, has announced that it will soon ban adult content from its platform from October. “In order to ensure the long-term sustainability of the platform, and to continue to host an inclusive community of creators and fans, we must evolve our content guidelines,” the company said in a statement.
Twitter Announces A Feature That Will Allow Users To Flag Content: Twitter on Tuesday announced a new feature to allow users to flag content that could contain misinformation, a scourge that has only grown during the pandemic. “We’re testing a feature for you to report Tweets that seem misleading – as you see them,” the social network said from its safety and security account.
T-Mobile confirms it was hacked | Data breach affected more than 40 million people: T-Mobile yesterday announced it was “urgently investigating the highly sophisticated cyberattack” against its systems in a move to keep its customers and other stakeholders.
With a team of experts, T-Mobile says it located and immediately closed the access point that was reportedly used to illegally gain entry to its servers and has been able to verify that a subset of T-Mobile data had been accessed by unauthorized individuals.
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