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Ahead of US elections, Twitter will start labeling manipulated videos to combat misinformation

Ahead of US elections, Twitter will start labeling manipulated videos to combat misinformation

Social networks have proven to be breeding grounds for the spread of misinformation campaigns, especially in the months and weeks leading up to major elections. Over the last few years, in particular, the issues have been getting worse. With the 2020 US elections inching closer, Twitter has decided to introduce a new policy to combat these problems by labeling and removing deceptive and manipulated media on its platform starting March 5.

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Google updates Play Store developer policies, provides additional information on malicious behavior, ratings manipulation, and more

Google updates Play Store developer policies, provides additional information on malicious behavior, ratings manipulation, and more

Google's policy for developers on Google Play has been updated recently to include a few new changes. It has revised both the Malicious Behavior policy and the Ratings Reviews, and Installs policy, as well as introduced additional policy requirements for Instant Apps distribution. To make things easy, Google also has some new tips on how developers can stay on the right side of its policies in the future.

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Snapseed, The Image Editor That Google Bought After It Won iPad App Of The Year, Is Now On Android

Snapseed, The Image Editor That Google Bought After It Won iPad App Of The Year, Is Now On Android

There are no shortage of image editors on Android. Even Adobe, which makes the class-leading Photoshop, has a version of its editor on the platform. Today, though, Google gets one of its very own: Snapseed. You may recall this particular piece of software when it was demoed by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang at CES this year. At the time, it was only available on the iPad where it had won App of the Year in 2011. Shortly thereafter, Google bought the company. Now, the Android version is finally being released.

This video is a bit older and shows off the iOS version, but you get the idea.

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