Day: September 8, 2021

SAP ‘investigating’ after viral video allegedly shows anti-mask employee coughing on shoppers

COVIDiot caught on film harassing others for following pandemic precautions SAP says it is investigating after a video went viral allegedly featuring one of its employees coughing on fellow shoppers in a US store. And that’s viral in the internet sense, at least.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

iPhone 13 camera rumors: Apple’s new phone could get an improved wide-angle lens – CNET

Apple’s next iPhone will likely include camera updates for better photography. Here’s every camera rumor we’ve heard ahead of the next Apple event. …read more Source:: CNet

NordVPN review: An encryption powerhouse with the biggest VPN bang for your buck – CNET

We recommend NordVPN for its continued efforts to improve security without falling behind on speed. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook Users Liable For All Comments Under Their Posts, According To Australia High Court

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: Australia’s High Court, roughly the equivalent of the U.S. Supreme Court, has ruled that Facebook users are responsible for the content of complete strangers who post defamatory comments on their posts. The ruling upholds a June 2019 ruling by the Supreme Court of New South Wales, home…

The Verge’s ‘Infamous’ PC Build Gets Fixed

Luke Plunkett, writing at Kotaku: Back in 2018, The Verge released a guide to building a new PC that was, well, from where I was sitting it was not ideal. From where some angry PC nerds were sitting, though, it was an outrage. How bad was the video? It has its own knowyourmeme page, that’s…

Best cross-platform data migration tool 2021

This article shows you our pick of tools that can help you move files and data. We cover some powerful general-purpose tools, a few of our daily go-to favorite picks, and a couple of powerful enterprise-level open source systems. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Australia rules Facebook page operators are legally liable for user comments under posts

Good news for chap abused by online mob. Not so much for page admins Australia’s High Court has ruled that companies running Facebook pages can be held liable for user comments on them, a ruling with severe consequences for any business with a presence on the Mark Zuckerberg-owned platform.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Tesla patent envisions lasers that act like windshield wipers to clean debris off cars – Roadshow

The electric vehicle maker has a new idea to keep cars clean. …read more Source:: CNet

New World: How to sign up for the open beta – CNET

Find out how to play Amazon Games’ MMORPG for free this weekend. …read more Source:: CNet

Is Lending Your Bitcoins a Security?

Matt Levine, writing at Bloomberg: Oh, sure, yes, absolutely. The rule in the U.S. is that an “investment contract,” meaning “the investment of money in a common enterprise with a reasonable expectation of profits to be derived from the efforts of others,” is a security, and generally can’t be sold to the public without registering…