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if you're interested in showcasing at Open Decks please email 👉 firstname.lastname@example.org 👈 with your Thursday availability!
Starting Thursday May 31st at @veracherryhill we're saving you 💰💰 with NO COVER 🍻 DRINK SPECIALS 🍾🍺 on the beautiful outside deck 💃🔥🎶 from 8pm -1am! Thursdays are for the talented so come show us what you got! PRIZES && GIVEAWAYS TBA!
Regrann from @djcalyte - ‼️ATTENTION DJS‼️ #OpenDecks is BACK!! This year we are @veracherryhill every Thursday starting 5/31 | 8pm-1am • For those that are new to this, this is an open mic for DJs! Sign up and show case your skills! SIGN UPS START TODAY👉🏼👉🏼EMAIL: email@example.com to get your slot! We provide FREE flyer/promo for ya!! SENATES IN SESSION!!!!
#opendecks#2018#senatedjs#senatesinsession#veracherryhill#dj - #regrann
‼️ATTENTION DJS‼️ #OpenDecks is BACK!! This year we are @veracherryhill every Thursday starting 5/31 | 8pm-1am • For those that are new to this, this is an open mic for DJs! Sign up and show case your skills! SIGN UPS START TODAY👉🏼👉🏼EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org to get your slot! We provide FREE flyer/promo for ya!! SENATES IN SESSION!!!!
Facebook rolls out $40K user data abuse bounty ahead of Zuckerberg’s congressional testimony
Ahead of Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate testimony today, Facebook has rolled out a number of product updates — including a bounty hunting program of up to $40,000 for user data violations — meant to address (and blunt) the criticism he’s likely to face.
The bounties start at $500, according to a report by CNBC, and will be awarded if certain conditions are met.
First announced amid a slew of updates Zuckerberg offered up in March as the scandal around abuse of user data by the political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica was first coming to light, the new bounty program is modeled off of Facebook’s attempts to combat hackers with a $1 million bounty.
It’s the second product announcement today, following news that Facebook would stop apps from accessing user data if they haven’t been launched within 90 days.
To be eligible for the bounty, the offending app must impact more than 10,000 Facebook users and show a clear pattern of abuse and not “collection” (in this case, I’m assuming abuse would qualify as transferring the data to a third party without permission).
Facebook also stipulated that it should be a case that the company isn’t already actively investigating.
Examples of “out of scope” scenarios include: scraping, malware, social engineering applications and cases involving other Facebook companies (like Instagram).
Facebook goes on to assure that if whistleblowers comply with the company’s policy, the company won’t sue them (which is very big of Facebook). It also tries to ensure that all the issues are kept quiet and far away from the meddling of the media, which could blow the whole thing up and force company executives to testify in front of congressional hearings.
Boom 💥 Repost from @deejayqueazy using @RepostRegramApp - It has landed. Official Rane DJ 72 battle mixer. It works beautifully with a pair of Reloop Rp-8000 Serato ready turntables. I am partial to my turntables so I only got the mixer. I also had to throw on my Coolorcaps.com custom 12inchSkinz printed faders. I have the Rp-8000s plugged into the hub...it accepts everything, hard drives, midi controllers etc. I'd like to thank Kevin, Ramon and Ty at agiprodj.com for holding me down. You know Innofader is already making sure we have compatibility and will most likely be releasing a statement about our Rane offering soon. Enjoy your new mixer...let's see what you are rocking other than the 12's! #queazydoesit#hitsquaddjs#senatedjs#reloop#innofader#akepele#djshelpingdjs#ranedj#72#coolorcaps#12inchskinz#1stopdjshop#rp8000#gulfcoast#dj#turntablist#proxcases#serato