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This Week in Tech: 13th – 17th August

17th August 2018 - Duncan McClean

In this weeks roundup:

  • Twitter suspends Alex Jones
  • Google tracks users who disable location tracking
  • Amazon’s ‘one-day’ delivery advertisement banned

Twitter suspends Alex Jones

Social networking company Twitter have suspended Alex Jones on their website for a week.

He won’t be allowed to post new tweets or comment on other user’s tweets for a week.

Google tracks users who disable location tracking

Even though that you might have disabled location tracking on your phone, Google can still track you.

For example: when you open up Google Maps and want directions somewhere, Google will take a snapshot of your current location.

Amazon’s ‘one day delivery’ advertisement banned

UK Regulators have found that Amazon’s one-day delivery advertisement is misleading.

The Advertising Regulator said that they have received more than 280 reports from Amazon customers saying that the claim is false.


Duncan McClean

Founder of Iamlittle Tech Blog. Duncan writes most of the articles on Iamlittle Tech Blog.

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