A internet está muito rápida. Uma quantidade absurda de conteúdo circula pela rede e é impossível dar conta de tudo. Além de desinformação, isso gera ansiedade. É preciso frear.
Como fazer para diminuir a velocidade da rede?
E ainda no RESUMIDO #82: como desacelerar a internet, conteúdo finalmente sendo moderado nas redes sociais, perfis falsos, SNL usando o jeitinho brasileiro, deepfake do bem e muito mais!
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HOTorNOT: The forgotten website that shaped the internet
How a 20-year-old joke pioneered the social web.
‘Social Dilemma’ Star Tristan Harris Responds to Criticisms of the Film, Netflix’s Algorithm, and…
In a new interview, the former Google design ethicist weighs in on the backlash to the popular Netflix doc
Big tech e moderação
Facebook completely bans QAnon and labels it a ‘militarized social movement’
QAnon will be banned across Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook to Ban Posts That Deny Holocaust, Reversing Policy
Facebook Inc. will ban posts that deny the Holocaust in a reversal of a long-held and controversial policy.
Cambridge Analytica did not misuse data in EU referendum, says watchdog
Information commissioner closes three-year investigation into collapsed firm after Brexit vote
The GOP’s Cries of ‘Censorship’ Are Hurting Democracy
From Donald Trump to Lindsey Graham, Republican leaders’ attacks on online content moderation are baseless—and authoritarian.
Additional steps we’re taking ahead of the 2020 US Election
We’re announcing additional, significant product and enforcement updates that will increase context and encourage more thoughtful consideration before Tweets are amplified.
Facebook Just Forced Its Most Powerful Critics Offline – VICE
“Nothing says ‘free speech’ quite as much as a multibillion-dollar corporation with a global monopoly getting its critics shut down.”
Opinion | Mark Zuckerberg Is the Most Powerful Unelected Man in America
Facebook is too big for democracy.
The Big Tech antitrust report has one big conclusion: Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google are anti-competitive
“Companies that once were scrappy, underdog startups … have become the kinds of monopolies we last saw in the era of oil barons and railroad tycoons,” the report says.
Spotify, Heaton, SNL e deepfake do bem
Hate your favorite band’s latest song? On Spotify, it might be a fake.
Spotify’s third-party distribution platform is flawed, allowing scammers to impersonate popular artists for weeks on end, stealing thousands of streams in the process.
Paul Heaton praised for ‘lovely’ Q Magazine gesture
The Beautiful South star helped pay staff’s wages after the magazine was shut down.
‘S.N.L.’ Had a Live Audience. It Went Home With Paychecks.
Reopening guidelines implemented by the state of New York prohibit the public from attending live television shows — unless the show pays its crowd like cast members.
Boulos: o maior fenômeno eleitoral de 2020? | Matheus Leitão
Como entender a trajetória do candidato do PSOL, da lanterninha para a terceira posição, na maior cidade do país
The ‘splinternet’ is already here – TechCrunch
There is no question that the arrival of a fragmented and divided internet is now upon us. The “splinternet” is no longer just a concept, but now a dangerous reality.
How Small, Black-Owned Businesses Get Tangled in Instagram’s Ad-Approval Algorithm
Instagram embraced the Black Lives Matter movement for their own posts this summer—but creators who use the exact same language in their ads find themselves blocked.
LER, VER E OUVIR
How Radha Blank Turned Her Career Struggles Into The Year’s Best Comedy
We talked with Radha Blank, the director of Netflix’s The 40-Year-Old-Version, about what it looks like for a Black woman to confront her very own mid-life existential crisis. Not unlike many of us, Radha Blank has jumped on the plant mom bandwagon. During our Zoom interview, a quaint snake plant p
Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee, Jamaican reggae producer, dies aged 79
Prolific reggae and dub pioneer worked with decades of stars from John Holt and Slim Smith to Beenie Man and Buju Banton
‘I Can See Clearly Now’ Singer Johnny Nash Has Died At 80
The Houston-born singer had his biggest American hit in 1972 — but as a fan of Jamaican music, he signed Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh and produced some of their early recordings.
CENA – Boogarins bota os fãs para trabalhar em uma música deles. Tá a fim?
Banda goiana convidou a galera para mexer na faixa instrumental “Are You Crazy, Julian?”, botando vocal, mixando, mudando o gênero…
Playlist semanal do RESUMIDO, atualizada a cada edição (se gostou muito de alguma música, salva em algum lugar!)