YouTube, Meta and Microsoft pledge to expand their fight against online extremism

Published on : 09/17/2022 – 04:46 Big tech companies have pledged to take new steps to tackle online extremism by removing more violent content and promoting media literacy among young users. As part of a summit at the White House, Facebook, Meta and Microsoft have announced in particular to extend their policy to remove content … Read more

France expresses its solidarity with the United States

AA / Paris / Ümit Dönmez France expressed its solidarity, this Sunday, with the United States and the American people, on the occasion of the 21st anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11. The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs has shared a post on social networks, and on which we see a photograph of … Read more

Experts expect another sharp rise in interest rates in Canada

(Photo: Jason Hafso for Unsplash) Ottawa — Inflation seems to have peaked in the country, but it remains very high and another significant increase in interest rates from the Bank of Canada next week is widely expected. However, some economists believe Wednesday’s rise could be the last for a while. “We believe that by October, … Read more

No visas yet to go to the UN General Assembly, worries Russia

Russia expressed concern in a letter to the UN Secretary General that it had not yet received any visa from the United States for the visit in September to the UN General Assembly of its delegation led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, according to the text seen Friday by AFP. “As of September 1, … Read more

Meta reaches out-of-court settlement for illegally tracking Facebook users – ICT news

Meta, Facebook’s parent company, is paying $37.5 million for tracking mobile users in the United States, even when they had explicitly disabled their location. Meta says it doesn’t see a problem there. The lawsuit was filed in November 2018 already. Meta was not convicted, but she settled for $37.5 million. The San Francisco court has … Read more

Meta reached an amicable settlement for illegally tracking Facebook users – ICT news

Meta, Facebook’s parent company, is paying $37.5 million for tracking mobile users in the United States, even when they had explicitly disabled their location. Meta says it doesn’t see a problem there. The lawsuit was filed in November 2018 already. Meta was not convicted, but she settled for $37.5 million. The San Francisco court has … Read more

almost ten months of waiting to obtain a tourist visa

The ESTA cannot be issued to people who have traveled to countries blacklisted by the US authorities. Zangrilli Andrea – stock.adobe.com Some travelers not eligible for the Visa Waiver Program (ESTA) must apply for a tourist visa from the US Embassy. A document required even for a simple stopover… This Monday, November 8, 2021 marks … Read more

Meta: End clap for the Facebook News service in the United States – LINFO.re

Facebook News was launched in 2019 in the United States. It allowed press publishers to highlight their articles. He would have paid between 10 and 20 million dollars a year Campbell Brown, Director of Partnerships at Meta with the media, announced to its teams the cessation of its service FacebookNews as well as its newsletter … Read more

The United States makes it easier to apply for a work visa

End of in-person interview requirement On December 23, 2021, the United States Department of State announced the end of in-person interviews for applicants for multiple visa types (H-1, H-3, H-4, L, O, P, and Q ) until the end of 2022. A similar measure had been taken for foreign students, professors and university researchers who … Read more

Are you planning to go to the United States? Be aware that the price of ESTA has increased by 50%

Nationals of 40 countries, including France, can travel to the United States without a visa for tourist stays of less than 90 days, provided they complete the ESTA. f11photo – stock.adobe.com This electronic travel authorization, which allows tourists from 40 countries including France to travel to the United States without a visa, has seen its … Read more