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Unilever is threatening to pull out of tech giants like Facebook and Google
Unilever will pull its advertising from tech giants like Facebook and Google if they fail to improve transparency about news, protect children from extremist and toxic online content, and move to build public cohesion rather than division. (Fonte: Quartz)

Holograms in China Captivate Tourists’ Eyes, and Wallets
During a national holiday week, more than 700,000 visitors swarmed to a new light-show theme park in Haining, a city near Shanghai that has the nation’s largest leather mall. More than anywhere else in Asia, China has grasped the power of technologies such as holograms and augmented reality to engage a generation of travelers seeking new thrills. (Fonte: Bloomberg)

Cryptocurrency traders to launch lawsuit against Coincheck on Thursday – lawyer
A group of cryptocurrency traders will file a lawsuit against Coincheck Inc on Thursday over last month’s theft of $530 million (£382 million) in digital money from the Tokyo-based exchange, a lawyer representing the claimants said. (Fonte: Reuters)

Facebook says leave if social network is not ‘good for your business’
These days Facebook is all about time well spent, and with that comes a new tagline for everyone to follow:If you don’t like us, leave. Publishers and businesses should feel free to leave Facebook if they feel the social network isn’t working for them. (Fonte: Mashable)


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