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Founder & CEO of MovoCash, Inc., where he’s combining the best of banking & blockchain through MOVO, a highly secure payment card platform.
The payments industry has undergone a radical shift in recent years. Consumer desire for fast, frictionless digital payment options has driven adoption of mobile payment solutions, peer-to-peer (P2P) payments, digital wallets, cryptocurrencies and more. The global Covid-19 pandemic and associated growth of online shopping have further accelerated this trend.
However, along with the rise of digital payments has come a surge in fraud. Traditional financial institutions, neo-banks, mobile payment apps and other payment players have all found themselves targets of fraud and cybersecurity attacks. In fact, cyberattacks against the financial sector rose 238% during the early months of the pandemic as lawmakers poured trillions of dollars of relief funds into the financial sector and fraudsters sought to take their piece of the pie. It’s a
Violence and discrimination, a principle we recognise in the real world, must now be enforced much more strongly in the digital one, writes Stephen Doughty MP. | PA Images
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Social media and internet companies have repeatedly failed to recognise, let alone get to grips with extremism on their platforms. Future regulation must ensure they are not allowed to use ‘grey zone’ excuses to justify inaction.
Last year the government unveiled the Online Harms White Paper intended to deal with “online content or activity that harms individual users, particularly children, or threatens our way of life in the UK”. The paper proposed a suite of internet regulations that would establish a code of practice for internet companies and a statutory duty of care.
But the scheduled debate on the proposed legislation has been kicked into next year, with legislation apparently delayed.
Although millions of Americans—and really, the world—breathed a sigh of relief today when it was announced that former Vice President Joe Biden had given current President Donald Trump the worst news of his life (also known as, you’re fired), election season isn’t over yet. This means that Facebook still has a lot of work to do to keep its platform from becoming a toxic swamp of misinformation.
The company apparently has a new idea to tackle this problem: group probation. According to a Saturday report in the Washington Post, if Facebook detects that groups have too many posts that violate its community standards, it will place these groups under probation, which will require administrators or moderators to
EDINBURGH, Scotland, Oct. 29, 2020 — Codeplay Software Ltd, leaders in enabling acceleration technologies, announced today that software developers working on HPC and AI for embedded systems will be able to take advantage of industry defined open standards from The Khronos Group on RISC-V architectures, thanks to Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation (“NEDO”) project in which NSITEXE and Kyoto Microcomputer Co., Ltd. (“KMC”) are participating.
NSITEXE and KMC have ordered an implementation of LLVM for RISC-V Vector Extension Processor (“RVV”), and also Codeplay’s ComputeAorta and ComputeCpp, efficient and high performance implementations of OpenCL and SYCL open standards. In the NEDO project, as a research, NSITEXE develops OpenCL and SYCL compilers from LLVM to utilize RVV, and KMC implements vector syntax to utilize RVV efficiently based on LLVM and Clang. These research developments will contribute to RISC-V community to support open-standard technologies.