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One Degree Tuesday August 17 2021

Apple’s controversial plan to try to curb child sexual abuse imagery

When Apple announced changes it plans to make to iOS devices in an effort to help curb child abuse by finding child sexual abuse material (CSAM), parts of its plan generated backlash. First, it’s rolling out an update to its Search app and Siri voice assistant on iOS 15, watchOS 8, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey. When a user searches for topics related to child sexual abuse, Apple will redirect the user to resources for reporting CSAM, or getting help for an attraction to such content.

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Google and Facebook’s New Cable to Link Japan and Southeast Asia

Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc. announced their participation in a new subsea cable system for 2024 set to improve internet connectivity across the Asia-Pacific region.

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Company markets a better future for Indigenous businesses

An Indigenous-owned and Manitoba-based company is quickly making a name for itself by focusing on the business of allowing fellow Indigenous-run businesses and entrepreneurs to get off the ground and succeed.CANADA.COM

Walmart is looking to hire someone to lead crypto and digital currency just weeks after Amazon posted a similar job offering

Walmart is looking to hire a senior director to lead its digital currency strategy, it said in a job posting Sunday, in another sign of major retailers exploring the potential benefits of crypto.

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