Monday, September 27


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OnlyFans CEO confesses why he banned adult content | Digital Trends Spanish

OnlyFans explains the reasons behind the recent ban on posting sexually explicit content on its platform. According to Tim Stokely, founder and CEO, the banks would have played a key role in the controversial decision taken by the site. “The policy change, we had no choice; the short answer is the banks, ”Stokely said in an interview with the Financial times. Stokely also mentioned three large banks that rejected the service due to "reputational risk" associated with OnlyFans' sexual material, which would be Bank of New York Mellon, Metro Bank and JPMorgan Chase. In the BNY Mellon case, the CEO acknowledged that the bank had flagged and rejected all electronic transactions related to OnlyFans, threatening its ability to pay creators. Also, a few days ago Bloomberg reported that banking...
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Chinese Tech Industry Relieved With Biden Win | Digital Trends Spanish

Joe Biden's recent triumph in the US presidential election could have a direct impact on China's tech companies. So at least they believe it from the Asian giant, and this could be a kind of relief after the series of obstacles and sanctions imposed by the Donald Trump administration against companies in this sector for being considered risky for the security of the North American country . In this new scenario, Biden is expected to be able to generate a "more constructive relationship", although few analysts think the rivalry will end. "When Biden takes office, China's tech companies may be relieved," said Fang Xingdong, director of the Internet and Society Consortium of Zhejiang University of Communication, in a Article from Reuters. "At the very least, the United States is suppo...
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With Trump’s go-ahead, TikTok continues to operate in the US | Digital Trends Spanish

The last hours have been vital for one of the most used applications internationally and that would stop operating on September 20, 2020 in the United States. President Donald Trump said he approved "in concept" the agreement between the platform and Oracle. “If they can, it's great. If it is not like that, it is also good ”, said the president. On Saturday 19th afternoon, ByteDance, the owner of the app, gave more details of the progress he had made: "We are pleased to report that the proposal by TikTok, Oracle and Walmart will resolve the security concerns of the US government and respond to questions about the future of TikTok in the United States." - TikTok_Comms (@tiktok_comms) September 19, 2020 The firm added that Oracle will becom...
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Tencent is ahead of Trump and renames its WeChat application | Digital Trends Spanish

Chinese tech Tencent Holdings has changed the name of the WeChat Work app to WeCom, establishing it as an eventual alternative to its WeChat messaging app before it was banned from operation in the United States. As reported Reuters, Tencent registered the WeCom trademark on August 19 at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Although Tencent has refused to comment, two sources within the company have indicated that WeCom would not fall within the prohibition that the United States will apply against WeChat as of September 20. The controversial measure also involves other Chinese technology companies and applications, which are considered by the executive as a threat to national security. WeChat is popularly referred to as a "super application", due to the large...
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Mark Zuckerberg: a TikTok ban would be very bad | Digital Trends Spanish

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg commented this Thursday, August 6, in an internal meeting with his employees, that the TikTok ban would set a very bad precedent for the technology and social media industry. This after the threats that President Donald Trump has made against the application of Chinese origin. On a date that throws Buzzfeed News, Zuckerberg expresses that, “cI believe that it is a really bad precedent in the long run, and that it should be handled with the utmost care and seriousness, whatever the solution. I'm really worried… it could very well have long-term consequences in other countries around the world. " However, the Facebook CEO did show some empathy for the security concerns Trump has argued. Digital Trends graphic / Getty Images "I certainly think ...