Europe Ground Handling Software Market to 2027- COVID-19 Impact and Analysis by Airport Class, Application, Software Type, and Country

The Europe ground handling software market was valued at US$ 812. 60 million in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 1235. 30 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5. 68% from 2020 to 2027. The rise in investments toward the construction of newer airports and expansion of existing airports is boosting the ground handling software market growth.

New York, Nov. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Europe Ground Handling Software Market to 2027- COVID-19 Impact and Analysis by Airport Class, Application, Software Type, and Country” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05953770/?utm_source=GNW

The modern-day airports are equipped and integrated with advanced technologies to facilitate the passengers, airport staff, airline crews, and other individuals to maneuver smoothly.Apart from human movement, the airport operations also involve baggage management, cargo handling and loading, and ramp management, among others, which demand advanced software and technologies for

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How social media platforms are handling the 2020 election

Before Election Day, the company issued an early warning that it would label posts that tried to declare victory prematurely, and explained how it would determine when a result was “official.” But the real test came when Trump started tweeting. When the president tweeted in the early hours of Wednesday morning that “they are trying to STEAL the Election,” the company added a label within minutes. The label, which called the tweet “misleading,” prevented it from appearing directly on users’ timelines. The company also disabled retweets and likes. By Wednesday afternoon, the company had labeled five tweets from the president.

Twitter also labeled a number of other tweets from prominent Republicans and other influential accounts for breaking its rules. On Tuesday, the company

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Here’s how Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are handling Election Day

Twitter, Facebook and YouTube commit billions of dollars to enhance online security and deter misinformation

Major tech platforms have beefed up their cybersecurity operations for the 2020 election.

Twitter, Facebook and YouTube funneled billions of dollars into new security plans for their platforms to ensure they will not be implicated in any election issues that may arise on or after Tuesday, according to the New York Times.

These moves come in the wake of disastrous manipulation campaigns taken by Russian hackers during the 2016 election. According to BBC, 12 Russian intelligence hackers were charged for using phishing emails, ransomware and stealing election data from a state website. 

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Irish Regulator Probes Facebook’s Handling of Children’s Data on Instagram | Top News

(Reuters) – Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) has launched two inquiries into Facebook Inc

after concerns were raised about the social network giant’s handling of children’s personal data on Instagram.

The DPC, the main data privacy regulator in the European Union, received complaints from individuals and had identified “potential concerns” in relation to the processing of children’s personal data on Instagram, Deputy Commissioner Graham Doyle told Reuters in an emailed statement.

Both inquiries were launched last month, Doyle said in the statement.

Facebook did not immediately respond when contacted by Reuters on Sunday.

The Telegraph https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2020/10/18/instagram-investigation-exposing-millions-childrens-contact, which first reported the inquiry, said Instagram made the email addresses and phone numbers of users under 18 public.

The Irish regulator launched its probe following a complaint by David Stier, a U.S. data scientist, the Telegraph added.

The first inquiry looks to establish if Facebook has the legal basis to process the data

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Irish regulator probes Facebook’s handling of children’s data on Instagram

By Aishwarya Nair

(Reuters) – Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) has launched two inquiries into Facebook Inc <FB.O> after concerns were raised about the social network giant’s handling of children’s personal data on Instagram.

The DPC, the main data privacy regulator in the European Union, received complaints from individuals and had identified “potential concerns” in relation to the processing of children’s personal data on Instagram, Deputy Commissioner Graham Doyle told Reuters in an emailed statement.

Both inquiries were launched last month, Doyle said in the statement.

Facebook did not immediately respond when contacted by Reuters on Sunday.

The Telegraph https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2020/10/18/instagram-investigation-exposing-millions-childrens-contact, which first reported the inquiry, said Instagram made the email addresses and phone numbers of users under 18 public.

The Irish regulator launched its probe following a complaint by David Stier, a U.S. data scientist, the Telegraph added.

The first inquiry looks to establish if Facebook has the legal basis

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Hadoop – Best Technology For Data Handling

There are various big size data applications that need a special tool to manage data processing and storage of such applications. Thus, Hadoop is open source software, which stores massive data and runs the several of application all together to ensure all the system hardware is functioning properly and at its pace.

This is true that business is always associated with lots of information and data. To handle and manage this data, the owner required a professional who has knowledge of the latest technology software like Hadoop. This is because daily new data has to be incorporated into the system, which is making the storage complex.

The business needs a professional who can analyze this big size data and manage its storage so that the company can have the glimpse on those structured and well-organized data and take the better decision that helps the business to grow and develop further. … Read More