According to its firstquarterly report on its moderation practices since the coronavirus crisis took hold, Facebook removed 479,400 pieces of content from Instagram for violating rules on child exploitation and nudity between April and June, down from 1 million in the previous three months.
Content that broke rules about suicide and self-harm was removed from Instagram 275,000 times over the same period, down from 1.3m the quarter before.
1 million children in UK without Irish or British Citizenship
A new briefing from the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford shows that 8 percent of under-18s in Britain – amounting to 1,082,000 – were not UK or Irish citizens in 2019.
Among this cohort, 39 per cent (about 421,000) were born in the UK, and about 177,000 had been in the country for more than 10 years and were therefore eligible to become British citizens.
Campaigners have long warned that young people without British citizenship face being barred from attending university, missing out on job opportunities and being unable to build a life in the country where they have lived all or nearly all of their life.
This is a Netflix-style service for video games, which many experts think will be the future of gaming.
The monthly fee is set at £10.99 and will only work on Android devices.
It is set to be launched on 15 September – but Microsoft told tech site The Verge that a beta test has been launched on 11 August, with about 30 of the promised 100+ games that will come with the full service.
To play, gamers will need to be an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriber to take part, download the beta version of the app from the Google Play Store and also have an Xbox controller that connects to their phone via Bluetooth.