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📽 TikTok's factory line of terrors

📽 TikTok's factory line of terrors

Plus: Self-Driving Truck Accident Draws Attention to Safety at TuSimple, Hackers stole passwords for accessing 140,000 payment terminals, and more…

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TikTok's factory line of terrors. As TikTok gains in popularity in the Middle East and North Africa, it's ramping up its content moderation operation in the region. But reviewers for the platform complain they're watching hours of graphic videos with little psychological help. 'The… (Rosie Bradbury / Business Insider)

Self-Driving Truck Accident Draws Attention to Safety at TuSimple. On April 6, an autonomously driven truck fitted with technology by TuSimple Holdings suddenly veered left, cut across the I-10 highway in Tucson, Ariz., and slammed into a cement barricade. The accident, which regulators disclosed to the public in… (Kate O'Keeffe / Wall Street Journal)

Hackers stole passwords for accessing 140,000 payment terminals. Hackers had access to dashboards used to remotely manage and control thousands of credit card payment terminals manufactured by digital payments giant Wiseasy, a cybersecurity startup told TechCrunch. Wiseasy is a brand you might not have heard of… (Zack Whittaker / TechCrunch)

Where the Fight Over a Return to the Office Is Over and the Office Won. The competition for parking space is getting steeper. Commutes are inching longer. Workplace lounges are filling up with commotion as junior associates play cornhole. What return-to-office debate? In some parts of the country, it's been settled. (Emma Goldberg / The New York Times)

Spotify wants users to pay for separate 'Play' and 'Shuffle' buttons. Spotify is updating its app to address a long-standing user complaint with music playback — but it's asking customers to pay for the fix. The company announced today it will introduce, at last, a separate Play Button and a Shuffle Button at… (Sarah Perez / TechCrunch)

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