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Facebook Will Ban Sellers of Shoddy Products

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Christine Wong

14-Jun-18 13:00

Facebook Will Ban Sellers of Shoddy Products

On Enterprise Biz Bytes today, Richard Bradbury, Jeff Sandhu and Christine Wong discussed: 


2:17 - Facebook Will Ban Sellers of Shoddy Products

11:07 - Facebook May Start Tracking The Movement Of Your Eyes

19:45 - People Are Paying Insane Amounts of Real Money for “Virtual Real Estate”

30:06 - China to Make RFID Chips Mandatory in Cars So the Government Can Track Citizens on the Road

35:50 - AI Can Now Manipulate People’s Movements In Fake Videos

39:44 - Podcasts

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Tags:  BizbytesFacebookeye tracking softwareVirtual real estateGenesis cityRFID chips

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