In Russia, the doctor filed a case because of the likes in the social network

The suspect faces five years in prison. The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case on extremism against a doctor from the city of Sovetskaya Gavan, Khabarovsk Territory, for putting a "class" (like) picture in Odnoklassniki. TJournal writes about this with reference to the lawyer of the suspect Konstantin ...

Science fiction: what will be the near future of online dating

A correct analysis of likes in social networks can say much more about a person and his potential partner than the most honest profile. A very fascinating article from Gizmodo, which tells not even about the future, but about the present of online dating services. The material was translated by the NewWhat project. ...

Why creators of popular technologies refuse to use them

Justin Rosenstein has blocked reddit on his laptop, retired from the Snapchat, which he compares to heroin, and set limits on his use of Facebook. In August, a 34-year-old top manager of an IT company bought a new iPhone and asked an assistant to activate the parental control option on it, which prevents the owner from installing applications on the phone. He strictly follows his likes, which he describes ...

A man was fined for “like” on Facebook

For the first time in history, 45-year-old Swiss resident was sentenced to a fine for “like” on the social network Facebook. A court in Zurich ordered him to pay a fine of 4 thousand francs ($ 4100), writes the BBC. In 2015, a Swiss man, whose name has not been named, put a “like” ...

Ukrainians hope to open Facebook office in Ukraine with the help of “likes”

The question of why there is no Facebook office in Ukraine (the VKontakte social network, for example, has a Kiev office) was asked by many Ukrainian entrepreneurs who make money on social networks. But after the revolution, the issue became especially acute: more than once, Ukrainian users complained about injustice from Facebook, explaining ...

Facebook knows more about you relatives and friends

Scientists at the University of Cambridge report that artificial intelligence can best describe your personality. Researchers found that Facebook likes gave a startlingly accurate personality score - even more accurate than friends and family. The results were published in the journal Proceedings of ...

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