TNT 1760: Are You a Phisherwoman?
Facebook plans to hire 3,000 additional people to review reports of people publicly hurting themselves (and others) and then posting it on Facebook. The community operations team around the world already includes 4,500 reviewers of the millions of reports the company gets every week. It was unclear from Zuckerberg's post whether the reviewers would be Facebook employees or contract workers. Hulu is getting into the Live content game with Hulu Live TV, a new paid service tier that brings 60 live channels for $39.99 per month with 50 hours of cloud DVR, with the option to add premium channels like Showtime for an extra monthly fee of $8.99. An additional monthly fee of $19.99 adds 200 hours of cloud DVR storage, commercial skipping, and unlimited screens when connected at the home. Ars Technica says that Microsoft's Edge browser and Bing search are set as unchangeable defaults in Microsoft's new Windows 10 S operating system. According to the official FAQ for Windows 10 S, you are more than welcome to download another browser that might be available from the Windows Store, but you can never make it your default. Plus, a phishing email that looks and acts like a Google Doc invite tricked many folks online, Slack is rolling out new features to improve its cross-channel search capabilities, Augmented Reality glasses that can map the path for bikers is coming soon, and Dave Gershgorn from Quartz takes a closer look at Microsoft's new Head of Research, Eric Horvitz.
Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell
Guest: Dave Gershgorn
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