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Uncrowned Addiction: What's Popular (Mar 2024)


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Check what has been popular around Uncrowned Addiction lately and don't be afraid to jump into some conversations!

NEW GUIDES

Pig Butchering Scams - Pig butchering scams, also known as "sha zhu pan," have emerged as a particularly insidious form of financial fraud that combines elements of social engineering, romance scams, and investment fraud. Originating from the metaphor of "fattening a pig before slaughter," these scams involve swindlers cultivating relationships with potential victims before convincing them to make financial investments in fraudulent schemes. This guide aims to shed light on the mechanics of pig butchering scams, how to recognize them, and steps you can take to protect yourself.

POPULAR TOPICS

The Count Game (2024) - The count game holds firm as the monthly topic of choice!  Have you joined in the fun? 

Is Putin Persecuted or Not? - How do you view the world's take on Putin?  Are their underlying events at play or is he simply evil?

Move Out at 18 - Should kids move out at 18?    Do you feel kids are too immature these days?

IN THE NEWS

Responding to Feedback: Apple Keeps Web Apps for EU iPhones - Apple has announced it will not proceed with its plan to discontinue iPhone web apps in the EU, opting instead to maintain the existing Home Screen web apps capability in iOS 17.4. Despite the continued use of WebKit for these apps, the decision came after feedback and requests for the feature's retention. Initially, Apple cited the Digital Markets Act's requirements as the reason for the planned discontinuation, but the reversal highlights the company's adaptability to user and developer concerns, as well as the importance of regulatory considerations.

Threads Embarks on a New Journey: API Access Opens Doors for Developers - Threads, the Meta-owned social platform, is set to open its API to developers by June, marking a significant move towards enhancing platform functionality and user engagement. This initiative aims to facilitate seamless integration with third-party applications, enabling developers to publish and manage content efficiently. Currently in partnership with select social tools and developers, Threads is looking to expand API capabilities, including moderation and insights. While the impact on third-party client development remains to be seen, Threads' API release signals a potential shift towards more open and collaborative social media ecosystems.

Facebook Shifts Focus: News Tab to Be Phased Out in US and Australia - Facebook is set to phase out its News tab in the US and Australia in April 2024, following a similar move in the UK, France, and Germany. This decision reflects a shift in user engagement towards content like short-form videos and away from news and political content, which makes up less than 3% of the global feed. News publishers will still be able to share their content on Facebook, and the company's commitment to fighting misinformation through its extensive fact-checking network remains strong. This change is part of Meta's ongoing effort to align investments with the services users most value.

 

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