Search giant Google has agreed to comply with a French ruling that it must pay publishing companies and news agencies for re-using content they produce, a report says.
Either by accident or design, beginning from 8.30am AEDT on 2 April, the biggest Russian Internet service provider Rostelecom advertised routes through the border gateway protocol which belong to big Internet players like Google, Facebook, Akamai, Cloudflare, Hetzner, Digital Ocean and Amazon AWS.
Despite a ban on ads for face masks imposed by Facebook on 7 March, people are placing ads for these products and also for other items that are needed during the coronavirus pandemic like hand sanitiser and disinfectants and making a handy profit, a technology professional claims.
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