We knew more privacy upgrades were coming, but we didn’t know the extent to which Apple would focus on these features in its iOS 15 operating system, which was officially unveiled at the iPhone maker’s WWDC conference on June 7.
So bravo Apple—it looks like iOS 15 is going to be another spectacular update for iPhone privacy. The iPhone maker confirmed three headline privacy features that would be coming with the iOS 15 update, and it’s likely there will be lots more.
It’s hard to trust what you don’t understand. We want to do a better job of explaining how Instagram works. There are a lot of misconceptions out there, and we recognize that we can do more to help people understand what we do. Today, we’re sharing the first in a series of posts that will shed more light on how Instagram’s technology works and how it impacts the experiences that people have across the app. This first post tries to answer questions like “How does Instagram decide what shows up for me first?”; “Why do some of my posts get more views than others?”; and “How does Instagram decide what to show me in Explore?”
Social media companies are in a confrontation with governments around the world over misinformation on their platforms. There are also concerns about privacy. The conflict is especially heated in India right now. We’ll hear in a moment from NPR’s Silicon Valley correspondent. But first, we start our coverage in India with NPR’s Lauren Frayer.
Survey finds Canadian companies outperformed on digital transformation, underperformed on workforce management through pandemic
New research from EY finds more than three-quarters (78%) of Canadian companies believe they outperformed during the pandemic with respect to their digital transformation efforts. The EY Global Capital Confidence Barometer finds this area remains a top priority, with 68% of Canadian companies planning to increase strategic focus and investment in advancing digital agendas.