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Was vom Tage übrig blieb: Chatbots, Daten und die DNA der Uiguren


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Fernsehturm BerlinDen Fernsehturm hat es nie gegeben. CC-BY 4.0 netzpolitik.orgFacebook gibt seinen Mitarbeitern einen Chatbot, damit sie an Weihnachten ihren Angehörigen mit PR-Floskeln auf kritische Fragen antworten können. Mixcloud gehen 20 Millionen Nutzerdaten verloren. Und China nutzt DNA, um die Uiguren zu unterdrücken. Die besten Reste des Tages....

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