Instagram urged to act on sloth selfies – BBC News

Instagram urged to act on sloth selfies - BBC News

Instagram urged to act on sloth selfies – BBC News

The trend for tourists taking selfies with local creatures is fuelling a rise in animals being snatched from the wild by irresponsible tour operators, according to animal charity World Animal Protection.The charity found a 292% increase in the number of wildlife selfies posted on Instagram since 2014.It is asking the site to take action to “protect animals on their platform”.Instagram said it was working with experts to address the issue.”We prohibit the use of Instagram to facilitate or organise criminal activity that causes physical harm to animals,” the company said.”We remove reported content that promotes poaching of endangered species or the sale of animals for organised fight, and that includes acts of animal abuse.

Källa: Instagram urged to act on sloth selfies – BBC News

Net neutrality debate 'controlled by bots' – BBC News

Net neutrality debate 'controlled by bots' - BBC News

Net neutrality debate ‘controlled by bots’ – BBC News

net neutrality came from bots, according to researchers.Data analytics company Gravwell said only 17.4% of the comments were unique.Most of the 22 million comments submitted to the Federal Communications Commission over the summer had been against net neutrality, it suggested.One expert said the findings posed a risk to future polls.The Trump administration wants to roll back the pro-net-neutrality rules that were voted for under President Obama.The analytics team behind the latest bot research said most comments had been submitted in bulk, with many coming in batches with obviously incorrect information.It said this indicated they had not been submitted by individual members of the public.

Källa: Net neutrality debate ‘controlled by bots’ – BBC News

Net neutrality debate ‘controlled by bots’ – BBC News

Net neutrality debate 'controlled by bots' - BBC News

Net neutrality debate ‘controlled by bots’ – BBC News

net neutrality came from bots, according to researchers.Data analytics company Gravwell said only 17.4% of the comments were unique.Most of the 22 million comments submitted to the Federal Communications Commission over the summer had been against net neutrality, it suggested.One expert said the findings posed a risk to future polls.The Trump administration wants to roll back the pro-net-neutrality rules that were voted for under President Obama.The analytics team behind the latest bot research said most comments had been submitted in bulk, with many coming in batches with obviously incorrect information.It said this indicated they had not been submitted by individual members of the public.

Källa: Net neutrality debate ‘controlled by bots’ – BBC News

Rising hacker threat will trigger boom in cyber crime insurance, Tryg says

Rising hacker threat will trigger boom in cyber crime insurance, Tryg says

Rising hacker threat will trigger boom in cyber crime insurance, Tryg says

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Insurer Tryg (TRYG.CO) expects 90 percent of its corporate customers to buy cyber crime insurance within five years as the threat from hackers and viruses to crucial data and IT systems grows.Tryg, Denmark’s biggest insurer, has sold 5,000 cyber crime insurance policies since the turn of the year when it launched a new product providing assistance in restoring data and getting systems up and running if a firm is hit by a cyber attack.“There are no corporate clients today that don’t have insurance on their buildings or cars, but I think that within a very few years it will be just as evident that you should insure against cyber crime,” chief executive Morten Hubbe told Reuters on Wednesday.

Källa: Rising hacker threat will trigger boom in cyber crime insurance, Tryg says

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