#privacy-policy

TikTok updates US privacy policy to collect 'faceprints and voiceprints' (but won't explain what they are)
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micshasan
KirstenSM
As is often the case with privacy policies, there's a lot of conflation here between outcomes that users are probably fine with (like adding video effects) and outcomes they might think are more invasive (like ad targeting and "demographic classification.") 1There's also a lot of broad language used in order to cover any future updates TikTok might add to the platform. 1
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TikTok's updated privacy policy may let it collect your biometric data
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micshasan
Now TikTok has updated its policy accordingly. 1
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"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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19 Illustrators Celebrate What They Love About Asian Culture in a Print Sale Raising Funds to Combat Racism
Nineteen international illustrators have banded together to raise money to stop violence against Asian communities. Curated by the new platform Paperboy, a print sale called MUST BE NICE!
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What is a decorator?
What is a decorator?
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A decorator is a function that accepts a function and returns a function.
We've defined an is_prime function here:
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