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Digital news #47 - Look what you missed out in digital

Discover what you may have missed last week in the digital world!


State-controlled labels on Facebook

In a press release issued on June 4, 2020, Facebook announced the introduction of labels for state-controlled media and the advertisements they run. This measure, which was announced in 2019, is intended to increase transparency on the social network in preparation for this year's U.S. presidential election.


Pinterest now lets you see and buy products based on your photos

Pinterest comes with a new option: find products based on your photos. Buy what you see. Sounds tempting? Of course, that's exactly the intention. The power of the platform lies in the seduction. You make a collection of signs and pins you like and soon Pinterest will also show you where to buy that cute lamp. Or those cool shoes. Now the platform comes with the new option also called: 'See it, Snap it, Buy it'.


A new profile verification system for Twitter

It has been several years since Twitter implemented an account verification system. A system reserved for public figures, brands and companies. Currently, to have one's account verified, one must send a request from the dedicated page on Twitter's website. A new way to make an account verification request has been discovered. It would be possible to do it from the application settings.


SpaceX's new priority

SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk says that after accomplishing its first human launch, the company’s primary focus going forward will be developing Starship. Starship has been in development at a SpaceX production and testing site in Boca Chica, Texas, since 2019. The spacecraft is designed to be a fully reusable vehicle that can make trips to both Earth orbit and deep space destinations including the moon and Mars.

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