Microsoft To Disable Computers of Users Who Share ‘Non-Mainstream Content’ Online

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Microsoft to disable computers of users who share non-mainstream content

Microsoft has announced plans to disable the computers of people who share ‘non-mainstream’ content online, in an attempt to combat so-called ‘misinformation’ in the run-up to the 2024 election.

During an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was questioned about how AI might either assist or endanger the future election.

Reclaimthenet.org reports: However, Nadella’s response seemed to imply a willingness to use technology for censoring content in pursuit of fighting what he identified as disinformation.

Nadella stated, “This is not the first election where we dealt with disinformation or propaganda campaigns by adversaries and election interference.

“We’re doing all the work across the tech industry around watermarking, detecting deep fakes and content IDs. There is going to be enough and more technology quite frankly in order to be able to identify the issues around disinformation and misinformation.”

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