Sri Lanka Blocks Social Media: Tech in 60 Seconds
Should Sri Lanka have blocked social media following the terror attacks?
That's a hard one. Misinformation spreads on social media and there's an instinct to say, "Wait, stop it!" But a lot of useful information also spreads and people get in touch with each other. So I would say no they should not have blocked it.
Are Tesla cars at risk of exploding?
There was one video from China of a parked Tesla exploding. I don't think you really have to worry about it though. I am curious to know what that video was really about.
Why do tech companies hate the census citizenship question?
Because if you ask people whether they're citizens. A lot of people will answer and you'll get bad data and the card companies need to know where they set up their operations. Good data matter to Silicon Valley.
What happened during the Space X Crew Dragon accident?
We don't know this one for sure either but one of the engines in a SpaceX test exploded. No one was hurt. Let's hope it was something to do with the way it was set up - not something deep and systematic.
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