In this weeks roundup:
- Twitter suspends Alex Jones
- Google tracks users who disable location tracking
- Amazon's 'one-day' delivery advertisement banned
Twitter suspends Alex Jones
Social networking company Twitter have suspended Alex Jones on their website for a week.
He won't be allowed to post new tweets or comment on other user's tweets for a week.
Google tracks users who disable location tracking
Even though that you might have disabled location tracking on your phone, Google can still track you.
For example: when you open up Google Maps and want directions somewhere, Google will take a snapshot of your current location.
Amazon's 'one day delivery' advertisement banned
UK Regulators have found that Amazon's one-day delivery advertisement is misleading.
The Advertising Regulator said that they have received more than 280 reports from Amazon customers saying that the claim is false.