It’s ‘impossible to exist’ on Facebook as an NSFW artist

Last year, Facebook began clamping down on ‘inappropriate content‘ by banning discussion around “sexual preference,” “sexual roles,” “breasts,” and “buttocks” on the site. The tech giant has now quietly updated its policies, under the guise of preventing “sexual solicitation,” and now restricts solicitation involving “sexual emoji or emoji strings” and nudity “including long shots of…

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Video: Mind the Gap

For the past seven years, I’ve compiled an annual presentation on interesting topics, lessons learned, and data-informed insights in mobile and Web design at Google’s Conversions event in Dublin. This year’s video recording is now live. Despite good intentions, lots of user-centered design isn’t actually user-centered. Learn what drives these gaps and how your organization…

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Facebook sues OnlineNIC for domain name fraud associated with malicious activity

Facebook today announced it has filed suit in California against a domain registrar OnlineNIC and its proxy service ID Shield for registering domain names that pretend to be associated with Facebook, like www-facebook-login.com or facebook-mails.com, for example. Facebook says these domains are intentionally designed to mislead and confuse end users, who believe they’re interacting with…

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Daily Crunch: Twitter is banning political ads

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Jack Dorsey says Twitter will ban all political ads Arguing that “internet political ads present entirely new challenges to civic discourse,”…

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Collective #562

Inspirational Website of the Week: Wecargo A truly creative masterpiece with a fantastic scroll effect and lots of innovative interaction details. Get inspired Dune Buggy AR An open source dynamic AR experiment that can launch across all of the current AR platforms. Check it out Full Stack Authentication: Cookies and Local Storage Tania Rascia gives…

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