Daily News – 5th of July 2023

Google public data
Google has revised its privacy policy so it can use public data to train its AI models

The policy update infers that Google is now making it clear to the public and its users that anything that is publicly uploaded online could be used in its training processes with the current and future AI systems it develops.


Facebook must ask for users permission in order to show personalized ads in the EU

EU’s Court of Justice has ruled that without real consent from the user, Meta can’t claim it has a “legitimate interest” in processing people’s data for personalized advertising. A spokesperson said that the company is “evaluating the court’s decision”.


Instagram Threads won’t be available in the EU at launch

The EU’s privacy regulator hasn’t actively blocked the app, but Meta “has not yet prepared the service for a European launch” that can respect EU data privacy rules. The app may collect data on its users’ health and fitness, financial info, contact info, user content, browsing history, purchases, location, contacts and search history.


Gfycat will shut down on September 1st

The company said it plans to shut down the GIF database and delete all user content. The service was acquired last year by Snap, makers of Snapchat.


New products


Honor 90 5G

The phone will have a 6.7-inch OLED display, Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 Accelerated Edition processor, 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. It will come with a 5000mAh battery.


Samsung Galaxy M34 5G

The phone will have a 6.46-inch sAMOLED display, 6GB RAM and a 6,000mAh battery.

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