TikTok's updated privacy policy may let it collect your biometric data
Now TikTok has updated its policy accordingly. 1
"We may collect information about the images and audio that are a part of your User Content, such as identifying the objects and scenery that appear, the existence and location within an image of face and body features and attributes, the nature of the audio, and the text of the words spoken in your User Content," TikTok's changed policy reads. 1
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LinkedIn Provides Tips on How to Increase Your Company Page Following
It doesn't get as much attention as other platforms, but LinkedIn has been steadily growing over the past few years, both in terms of total users and active engagement.
Black city employees accuse Long Beach of racial discrimination in lawsuit
One man was accused of stealing batteries. Another served as the only Black manager among seven departmental managers.
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Verve Group Expands Internationally With Launch of Operations in Brazil
Verve Group has been rapidly growing since its inception last year, following the acquisitions of Verve, a location-based mobile marketing platform, PubNative, a global mobile ad exchange, Platform161, a performance DSP, and Nexstar Digital's video and connected TV (CTV) advertising platform (formerly known as LKQD).
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Voluntourism: new book explores how volunteer trips harm rather than help
even years ago, Pippa Biddle wrote a blog post about volunteering abroad.
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How AI Can Improve Online Marketing Campaigns
At first, you may find it difficult to see the connection between artificial intelligence and marketing strategy.
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What fitness industry influencers/ models should be like from now on - Social Media Explorer
This past year made us rethink how we do things, from shopping to communicating and the way we spend our money.
Berkeley's in-person student enrollment in four charts
About 80% of elementary students attended school in person. About 72% of middle and 46% of high school students enrolled in hybrid learning.
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