Weekly HRBDT News Circular – 19 April 2019

Each week The Human Rights, Big Data and Technology Project prepares an overview of related news stories from the week. This summary contains news articles from  13 – 19 April 2019.



How Emotion-Tracking A.I. Will Change Computing As We Know ItDigital Trends

How AI is Revolutionizing Global Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementReadwrite

VW says China to Become Global Software Development Hub to Autonomous TechReuters


Content regulation

TikTok: Apple and Google Block Video Sharing App in IndiaBBC News



Technology to Keep Dementia Patients Out of HospitalBBC News

Why 5G Technology Will Be a Game-Changer for HealthcareReadwrite



Why I write Fake Online ReviewsBBC News


New Tech

Moving Towards web3.0 Using Blockchain as Core TechReadWrite



Facebook Copied Email Contacts of 1.5 Million UsersBBC News



Article 13: UK Helps Push Through New EU Copyright RulesBBC News

Italy’s Competition Watchdog Launches Probe into Five Amazon CompaniesReuters

Russia: Twitter, Facebook Have Nine Months to Comply with Data LawIfax- Reuters

German Bosses Urge Government to Stop EU proposal on Connected CarsReuters

Facebook ‘Likes’ Could be Turned Off for British ChildrenSky News

EU Puts Spotlight on Tech Giants with New Rules on Unfair PracticesThe Telegraph


Social media

Facebook Bans Far-Right Groups Including BNP, EDL and Britain FirstThe Guardian

Google to Police New App Developers More CloselyBBC News

Facebook Challenged to Give TED Talk on Political AdsBBC News


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