Scrrum weekly digest 1st week of November 2023

Scrrum weekly digest 1st week of November 2023

Breaking News: Here's your weekly dose of top stories, insightful features, and must-know happenings from around the world.

Elon Musk announces new rule for 'creators', says users spreading lies won't get paid for tweets 

Elon Musk has introduced a new rule for Twitter creators, stating that users spreading falsehoods will not receive payment for their tweets. The policy aims to address misinformation on the platform, reflecting Musk's ongoing efforts to enhance online content quality and accuracy.

Get Ready To Pay For Facebook And Instagram If You Want To Stop Seeing Ads 

Facebook and Instagram users may soon have to pay to opt-out of seeing ads on the platforms, according to reports. The move signifies a shift away from the free ad-supported model, offering users an alternative by paying for an ad-free experience on the social media platforms.

What is SIM-Swap Scam? Check how victims can lose lakhs of rupees even without sharing OTP, personal information 

The SIM-swap scam involves fraudsters manipulating mobile carriers to transfer a victim's phone number to a new SIM card controlled by the scammer. Even without sharing OTPs or personal information, victims can lose significant sums. In a recent case, a Delhi woman lost lakhs of rupees after receiving three missed calls from an unknown number, highlighting the dangers of this increasingly prevalent form of cybercrime.

ChatGPT now lets users upload and analyse PDF files, other documents 

ChatGPT now supports the capability for users to upload and analyze PDF files and other documents. The feature expands the functionality of the AI model, allowing users to interact with and derive information from a wider range of document formats, enhancing its utility in document-based tasks and inquiries.

Facebook and Instagram face EU ban on targeted advertising, Meta may face 4% global turnover fine 

Facebook and Instagram could be banned from targeted advertising in the European Union, and Meta may face a 4% global turnover fine if they violate new regulations. The EU aims to regulate online advertising and protect user privacy. Meta, the parent company, could face significant financial penalties for non-compliance.


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