• New feature will "alert users when Maps has found a newly-captured photo taken at a food-related place on their device."
  • Then it will "offer to attach that photo to a location for other users to see."
  • Similar to Tablescape which "encouraged users to upload 'foodographs' (photos of food) with specialized categories."
  • "7.8 million Brits pirating at least one item over a three-month period."
  • 9% of internet users aged 12+ admitted to downloading or streaming music illegally "at least once between March and May 2015."
  • 6% pirated a movie; 7% watched TV shows illegally.
  • Announced in 2013, owned by Facebook, it's currently available in Africa, Latin America and Asia, offering services like Wikipedia, Facebook Messenger, local news, etc.
  • Due to Net neutrality, has been opened to all services after criticism for only allowing certain companies to use the platform
  • Consumers' digital metadata isn't actually anonymous
  • It takes 1-2 pieces of information to turn seemingly anonymous metadata into specific information about individuals
  • Stories of taxi metadata being turned into individual-specific information demonstrate how data can be collected and used
  • Promises new crackdown on ‘some of the most notorious sites’ in effort to win over music and movie rightsholders
  • A previous promise to do this in 2012 proved controversial, with the music and movie industry regularly claiming Google did not follow through
  • A guide to those most likely to be affected can be found on Google’s online transparency report
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