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EngadgetJul 10, 2020
Facebook may pause political ads prior to the 2020 election
Facebook could make a major change to its advertising policies in an effort to fight election-related misinformation. The social network is considering a ban on political advertising in the U.S. in the days before the 2020 election, Bloomberg reports...

New York Times TechJul 10, 2020
Facebook Said to Consider Banning Political Ads
The social network has been under intense pressure for allowing misinformation and hate speech to spread on its site.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 10, 2020
The Best Smart Technology for Your Socially Distanced Summer
Longtime Seoul City Mayor Park Won-soon was found dead according to police on Friday.

This comes after his daughter reported him missing at 5:17pm local time, saying his phone was off and that he had left a message "like a will."

Hundreds of police took part in the hours-long search, utilizing both drones and dogs.

The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said the mayor's body was found at Mt. Bugak in northern Seoul around midnight, near where his phone signal had last been detected.

The agency did not give a cause of death.

A police official told reporters at a televised briefing at the scene there was no sign of foul play, although a detailed investigation would be needed.

As mayor of the city of nearly 10 million people, Park was one of South Korea's most influential politicians and played a high-profile role in its response to the coronavirus pandemic.

He was seen as a potential presidential hopeful for the liberals in the 2022 presidential elections.

The Yonhap news agency said a former secretary of Park had filed a complaint on Wednesday over alleged incidents of sexual harassment.

Police said an investigation was underway after a criminal complaint had been lodged against Park, without elaborating.

Formerly a prominent human rights activist and lawyer, Park had been the mayor of Seoul s

TechCrunchJul 09, 2020
Whether or not the Trump administration bans TikTok, it's already helping Facebook
On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the U.S. is "looking at" banning Chinese social media apps, including the Chinese-owned company TikTok, comparing it to other Chinese companies like Huawei and ZTE that have been deemed national security threats by the current administration. "With respect to Chinese apps on people's cell phones, […]
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