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The Next Web: This Chrome extension will blur out offensive language on your feed

The Next Web: This Chrome extension will blur out offensive language on your feed. „Soothe is a Chrome extension that blurs out content that is considered homophobic, racist, sexist, transphobic, violent, and sexually violent by the user. 24 weitere Wörter

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When the latest update fails you

Recently we had a pretty weird experience with the Barracuda Web Filters we are using. We noticed that a site that should be blocked is accessible for some users. 546 weitere Wörter

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Tumblr says it fixed the Safe Mode glitch that hid innocent posts, including LGBTQ+ content

With the release of iOS 11 s latest beta on Wednesday, testers can now get their hands on one of the new mobile operating systems most important if not most glamorous new features: a long-needed Do Not Disturb While Driving mode. 1.721 weitere Wörter

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Tumblr says it fixed the 'Safe Mode' glitch that hid innocent posts, including LGBTQ+ content

Tumblr this week introduced a „safe mode“ for its service, which combines the company’s previously available „safe search“ functionality with a new filter that would hide „sensitive“ content from the site’s main Dashboard, using an overlay. 867 weitere Wörter

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TechCrunch: Tumblr rolls out new content filtering tools with launch of ‘Safe Mode’

TechCrunch: Tumblr rolls out new content filtering tools with launch of ‘Safe Mode’. „Tumblr this morning is rolling out a significant update to its content filtering system with the launch of a new ‚Safe Mode‘ for browsing content on its site. 30 weitere Wörter

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Tumblr rolls out new content filtering tools with launch of 'Safe Mode'

Tumblr this morning is rolling out a significant update to its content filtering system with the launch of a new „Safe Mode“ for browsing content on its site. 681 weitere Wörter

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Uganda: Abuse of Social Media Forcing Govt to Filter Content, Says ICT Minister (AllAfrica)

AllAfrica: Uganda: Abuse of Social Media Forcing Govt to Filter Content, Says ICT Minister. „The minister for Information and Communications Technology and National Guidance, Mr Frank Tumwebaze has said the increasing public abuse of social media is forcing the hands of government to regulate the use of the platforms.“

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