Tubefilter: TikTok Moderators Were Told To Suppress Videos Made By Marginalized Users Because They Might Be Bullied

Tubefilter: TikTok Moderators Were Told To Suppress Videos Made By Marginalized Users Because They Might Be Bullied . “In a section of its moderation guidelines called ‘Imagery Depicting A Subject Highly Vulnerable To Cyberbullying,’ the platform instructs moderators to mark people ‘susceptible to harassment or cyberbullying based on their physical or mental condition’ as ‘Risk 4,’ a level that restricts their content to only being viewed by users within their own countries. That’s the geographic level.”

Syracuse University: New Site Offers Privacy Resources for Underserved Populations

Syracuse University: New Site Offers Privacy Resources for Underserved Populations. “If you’re someone with disabilities needing help with your online privacy and computer access needs, a family member or practitioner who supports people with disabilities or a scholar seeking information about online privacy for underserved populations, a new information resource is available.”

Lauren Weinstein: Google Home is Leaving Elderly and Disabled Users Behind

Lauren Weinstein’s Blog: Google Home is Leaving Elderly and Disabled Users Behind. “I continue to be an enormous fan of Google Home…But as time goes on, it’s becoming obvious that a design decision by Google in the Home ecosystem is seriously disadvantaging large numbers of potential users — ironically, the very users who might otherwise most benefit from Home’s enormous capabilities.”

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Pennsylvania adds an online resource for aged, disabled

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Pennsylvania adds an online resource for aged, disabled. “The Wolf administration has created a new state website designed as a resource for older Pennsylvanians and younger ones with disabilities to learn about available home and community services that could assist them. The Pennsylvania Link to Community Care website… provides information on a range of potential help, with users able to home in on what’s available in their particular county.”