Since the release of the Roomba, it has been nothing short of a helping hand at home, vacuuming up your home for you when you’re too busy to do so yourself. It’s a convenient little device that can be left alone to complete its tasks without too much intervention. So what happens when your little vacuum helper begins leaking private images of you?
Smart speakers help people who live on their own feel less lonely and give some disabled people a stronger sense of independence, according to new Ofcom research.
Stephen Bear's 'revenge porn' conviction could set the benchmark for further prosecutions, say campaigners.
The former reality TV star was found guilty of sharing private sexual pictures and videos with intent to cause distress on Tuesday.
You’ve probably noticed that more people are “commissioning” portraits of themselves. Most of those pictures were generated, not painted, by an AI photo editor called Lensa. The app, owned by developer Prisma Labs, topped Apple’s App Store charts after it introduced its new ‘Magic Avatars’ AI art maker, and its results have exploded around the internet.
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TikTok has released a new (but familiar!) feature within their app called ‘TikTok Now’. Our online safety experts have taken a look to assess what TikTok Now is, the safeguarding concerns that come with it, and the comparisons it has to the popular photo sharing app BeReal.
Twitter says it has stopped enforcing its policy on misleading information about coronavirus.
According to the company's website, it stopped taking action against tweets breaching its Covid rules, on Wednesday, 23 November.
Twitter had previously reported suspending more than 11,000 accounts for Covid misinformation as of September this year.