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Washington Post Tech
Nov 23, 2020

Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama file to hold unionization vote
Workers at a new Amazon facility in Bessemer, Ala., filed a notice with the National Labor Relations Board to hold a union election at a time when the company's warehouse employees around the world have raised concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 23, 2020

Hackers said they could steal a Tesla Model X in minutes. Tesla pushed out a fix.
The vulnerability demonstrated another pitfall of our increasingly connected cars.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 23, 2020

Apple's head of global security indicted on bribery charges
Thomas Moyer, Apple's global head of security, was indicted on bribery charges. According to the Santa Clara, Calif. District Attorney's office, Moyer promised Apple would donate $70,000 worth of iPads to the Santa Clara sheriff's office in exchange for concealed weapons permits.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 23, 2020

Conservatives grumbling about censorship say they're flocking to Parler. They told us so on Twitter.
The pro-Trump Internet can't stop talking about their exodus from Big Tech. But very few of them have actually abandoned their long-time social media homes.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 20, 2020

‘Demon's Souls' review: The ideal PlayStation 5 launch game
"Demon's Souls" looks like something that would be produced late in the PS5's generational cycle, instead it's here at the start.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 20, 2020

Apple is lobbying against a bill aimed at stopping forced labor in China
Apple wants to water down key provisions of the bill, which would hold U.S. companies accountable for using Uighur forced labor, according to two congressional staffers.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 20, 2020

The enduring and ongoing legacy of Bjergsen
From a player to management and ownership, Bjergsen has made a career of his passion for "League of Legends."

Washington Post Tech
Nov 20, 2020

Biden, top Democrats lay groundwork for multibillion-dollar push to boost U.S. broadband
President-elect Joe Biden and top congressional Democrats are laying the groundwork to seek a massive increase in federal broadband spending next year, hoping they can secure billions of dollars in new government aid to improve internet access and affordability -- and help people stay online during the pandemic.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 19, 2020

‘Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War' plays fine, and it's the new one. That's enough.
There are a number of early glitches and a definitively different multiplayer pacing than "Modern Warfare," but nothing new shines particularly brightly.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 19, 2020

Facebook says it labeled 180 million debunked posts ahead of the election
Facebook said about one out of every 1,000 things users see on the flagship site contains hate speech.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 19, 2020

Astronauts on the space station discuss SpaceX's rocket, sleeping quarters and Baby Yoda
During their first news conference since arriving at the International Space Station, the astronauts who blasted off Sunday said their escape from Earth's gravity was a thrilling ride atop a spacecraft that on the ground appeared restless, grunting and vibrating before being unleashed into the skies.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 19, 2020

E-scooters are getting computer vision to curb pedestrian collisions
E-scooter accidents were a big problem for metro areas before the pandemic. One company sees computer vision as a partial solution.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 19, 2020

Why it's easy to hate Facebook but hard to leave
Leaving the social network has been a rallying cry for years, but the company's Groups feature make it difficult for many people to say goodbye.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 19, 2020

State, federal antitrust lawsuits likely to challenge Facebook for buying rivals and weaponizing data
State and federal investigators are preparing to bring antitrust charges against Facebook that will challenge the tech giant's acquisition of two rivals, Instagram and WhatsApp, alleging that the deals helped create an anti-competitive social networking juggernaut that has left users with few quality alternatives.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 18, 2020

‘Demon's Souls' devs considered, and ultimately left out, an easy mode. Here's why.
Bluepoint added a number of features to allow more people to play 'Demon's Souls' but they also considered FromSoftware's intent with the game.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 18, 2020

Rockefeller Center's scraggly Christmas tree is deemed ‘a metaphor for 2020'
The tree was compared to "the apocalypse we're living in," and many thought it reminded them of Charlie Brown's.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 18, 2020

Apple to pay $113 million to settle state investigation into iPhone ‘batterygate'
Apple will pay $113 million to settle an investigation by nearly three dozen states into the tech giant's past practice of slowing customers' old iPhones in an attempt to preserve their batteries.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 18, 2020

Here are the nominees for The Game Awards 2020
The six game of the year contenders could not be more different.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 18, 2020

Apple cuts some App Store fees, but critics call it a ploy to avoid regulation
Apple announced Wednesday that it would cut its App Store fee to 15 percent for business with less than $1 million in revenue. Apple's biggest critics say the move will do nothing to encourage new innovation and business models.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 18, 2020

A covid-fighting tool is buried in your phone. Turn it on.
Millions of Americans now have access to free, anonymous coronavirus exposure notifications. Too bad so few people use them.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

A scientist's viral tweet called Elon Musk ‘Space Karen' — as a way to defend science
People like Elon Musk "should know that whatever comes out of their Twitter account has an impact on the wider world," Emma Bell told The Washington Post.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

Amazon debuts online pharmacy, taking on a new set of rivals
The e-commerce giant opens up a new competitive front against CVS and Rite Aid, and tanks those companies' stocks.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

‘Animal Crossing' holiday update brings long-awaited save transfer feature
Save transfer. Finally.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

The election was a chance for Facebook and Twitter to show they could control misinformation. Now lawmakers are grilling them on it.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg are expected to field questions about the misinformation labels their companies applied during the election.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

A top NASA official asked Boeing if it would protest a major contract it lost. Boeing then tried to profit from the inside information.
A NASA official asked a Boeing executive if Boeing was going to contest the bid loss. It didn't. Instead, it resubmitted the bid, a move so unusual that NASA officials told the agency's inspector general, who then referred the matter to the Justice Department.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

A NASA official asked Boeing if it would protest a major contract it lost. Instead, Boeing resubmitted its bid.
A NASA official asked a Boeing executive if Boeing was going to contest the bid loss. It didn't. Instead, it resubmitted the bid, a move so unusual that NASA officials told the agency's inspector general, who then referred the matter to the Justice Department.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

The election was a chance for Facebook and Twitter to show they could control misinformation. Now lawmakers will grill them on it.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg are expected to field questions about the misinformation labels their companies applied during the election.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

Uber and Lyft used sneaky tactics to avoid making drivers employees in California, voters say. Now, they're going national.
Some voters said they were confused by the messaging around the measure.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 17, 2020

Uber and Lyft used sneaky tactics to avoid making drivers employees in California. Now, they're going national.
Some voters said they were confused by the messaging around the measure.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 16, 2020

SpaceX's ‘Resilience' capsule docks with the International Space Station
Following a successful Sunday launch, Dragon Crew-1's ‘Resilience' capsule docks onto the International Space Station. It became the first privately owned and operated spacecraft to be certified by NASA for human spaceflight.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 16, 2020

SpaceX docking live updates: Resilience capsule closes in on the International Space Station
Following a successful Sunday launch, Dragon Crew-1's ‘Resilience' capsule prepares to dock to the International Space Station. It became the first privately owned and operated spacecraft to be certified by NASA for human spaceflight.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 16, 2020

Biden likely to remain tough on Chinese tech like Huawei, but with more help from allies
The incoming president is expected to hold a hard line on most matters, though he is likely to enlist more support from international allies and maintain more consistent policies than the ones Trump sometimes announced, and rescinded, via tweet.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 15, 2020

SpaceX's Dragon Crew-1 capsule, with 4 astronauts aboard, on way to ISS
SpaceX has launched four astronauts to the International Space Station. SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule is the first privately owned and operated spacecraft to be certified by NASA for human spaceflight, a certification SpaceX received only days ago.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 15, 2020

SpaceX launch live updates: Dragon Crew-1 capsule, with 4 astronauts aboard, on way to ISS
SpaceX has launched four astronauts to the International Space Station. SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule is the first privately owned and operated spacecraft to be certified by NASA for human spaceflight, a certification SpaceX received only days ago.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 15, 2020

SpaceX launch live updates: Dragon Crew-1 capsule hatch is sealed, fueling begins, cleared for go
SpaceX is scheduled to launch four astronauts to the International Space Station. SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule is the first privately owned and operated spacecraft to be certified by NASA for human spaceflight, a certification SpaceX received only days ago.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

Montreal police promise investigation after hostage threat at Ubisoft Montreal building confirmed as hoax
Police cordoned off an area around the building housing the headquarters of Ubisoft Montreal after receiving a 911 call.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

On day one, ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War' feels janky
A few glitches dampened the Day 1 experience.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

NASA moves SpaceX launch to Sunday because of poor weather conditions offshore
There is nothing routine about space travel, something made clear Friday when the mission was thrown into doubt after Elon Musk tweeted that he had tested positive for the coronavirus twice and negative twice.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

Police evacuate building housing Ubisoft Montreal, find no threat
Police cordoned off an area around the building housing the headquarters of Ubisoft Montreal after receiving a 911 call.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

Reports: Possible hostage situation at building housing Ubisoft Montreal
Police have cordoned off an area around the building housing the headquarters of Ubisoft Montreal.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

TikTok gets short extension before it must be sold
TikTok parent ByteDance will have until Nov. 27 to divest in the video streaming app in the U.S.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

'Sackboy: A Big Adventure' has plenty to delight you, but it's definitely missing something
The visuals are dazzling, but the lack of a creative mode is disappointing.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

‘Sackboy: A Big Adventure' has plenty to delight you, but it's definitely missing something
The visuals are dazzling, but the lack of a creative mode is disappointing.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

Elon Musk's positive and negative covid tests create a quandary for SpaceX
Speaking at a news conference, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said Friday morning it was unclear whether Musk's positive test would have any affect on the launch. Musk also tested negative and another test was expected.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

Elon Musk's positive and negative tests for coronavirus create a quandary for SpaceX
Speaking at a news conference, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said Friday morning it was unclear whether Musk's positive test would have any affect on the launch. Musk also tested negative and another test was expected.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 13, 2020

YouTube wants to forget 2020 as much as the rest of us
YouTube said it's "taking a break" from its annual Rewind video this year.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2020

Outgoing Trump administration bans investments in Chinese companies it says support China's military
The White House continued to push an economic decoupling with China by banning certain U.S. investments in companies linked to Chinese military

Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2020

‘Cold War' runs the same on Series X and PS5. The DualSense is the difference.
Treyarch had to get "Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War" working on nine different platforms, but the new consoles provided novel opportunities.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2020

The PS5 makes being Miles Morales feel super
From ray-tracing to haptic feedback, the PlayStation 5 gives 'Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales' super powers.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2020

‘Ghost of Tsushima' sees the best kind of PlayStation 5 upgrade: transformative and free
Compared to other updates, Sucker Punch rewards its fans.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2020

Cheating-detection companies made millions during the pandemic. Now students are fighting back.
Some described intense stress as remote proctors watched them take tests, worrying they would be labeled as cheats. Others said they had urinated at their desks for fear that leaving for the bathroom would hurt their chances of a post-graduation career.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2020

Trump's attacks on election outcome prolong tech's emergency measures
Newly aggressive against Trump and his allies, tech companies prepare for protracted uncertainty over election outcomes and questions about whether their efforts are sustainable over time.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2020

Tech companies brace for the long haul with Trump's unrelenting attacks on election outcome
Newly aggressive against Trump and his allies, tech companies prepare for protracted uncertainty over election outcomes and questions about whether their efforts are sustainable over time.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 11, 2020

‘Godfall' impressions: A solid, sometimes boring adventure
As far as looters go, this one clicks.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 11, 2020

TikTok sale deadline is Thursday, but a proposed deal hasn't moved forward
TikTok parent ByteDance is trying to prevent having to sell its U.S. assets in the popular video app.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 11, 2020

‘Call of Duty' voice actors spent the summer on video calls like the rest of us
"Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War" actors needed to adapt to the pandemic just like the rest of the world's remote workers.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 11, 2020

All the ‘Assassin's Creed' games, ranked
Re-evaluating the revered franchise prompted some heated debate.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 11, 2020

During a year of tumult, space has been a rare bright spot. SpaceX and NASA hope to keep it that way.
The SpaceX launch, now scheduled for Saturday evening, would be another coup for NASA, which has been on a roll recently, providing dashes of good news in a year that has seen very little.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 11, 2020

She fell into QAnon and went viral for destroying a Target mask display. Now she's rebuilding her life.
"What happens when a human being gets canceled?" Melissa Rein Lively said. "They don't want to exist anymore."

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2020

TikTok asks U.S. court to slow forced sale with deadline approaching
TikTok parent ByteDance is trying to prevent having to sell its U.S. assets in the popular video app.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2020

MacBooks get new brains with their first Apple-designed processors
The new Macs, the first to run on Apple's M1 chip, promise improved battery life and speed (in some circumstances)

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2020

New MacBooks get new brains with their first Apple-designed processors
For the first time, Mac computers will run on silicon designed by Apple itself. That means better battery life and a speed boost for us.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2020

Apple's ‘One More Thing' event promises a Mac brain transplant
For the first time, Mac computers are likely to run silicon designed by Apple itself. What does that mean for us?

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2020

‘Telepresence' robots are making virtual school feel a little more like real school
Jennifer Jason Leigh is incredibly versatile, with a career that's spanned wildly different movies like Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Anomalisa, Single White Female, The Hudsucker Proxy, Dolores Claiborne, and The Hateful Eight. She's not always the lead, and the films she's in are not always masterpieces—but she…

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Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2020

‘My faith is shaken': The QAnon conspiracy theory faces a post-Trump identity crisis
President Trump's election loss and the week-long disappearance of their anonymous prophet have forced supporters of the baseless movement to rethink their beliefs: "Have we all been conned?"

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2020

Europe fined Google nearly $10 billion for antitrust violations, but little has changed
Two years after the E.U.'s biggest rulings against Google, very little competition has emerged, something U.S. government lawyers are carefully scrutinizing as their own antitrust lawsuit against the tech giant moves through court.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2020

‘Stop the Steal' supporters, restrained by Facebook, turn to Parler to peddle false election claims
Alternative social media app Parler has surged in popularity as Facebook restricts groups and hashtags spreading election misinformation.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2020

Facebook takes down a large network of pages tied to former Trump chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon for misinformation
Facebook took down a large network of pages tied to former Trump chief strategist Steven K. Bannon for pushing misinformation about voter fraud and delegitimizing election results, including pages using a ‘Stop the Steal' hashtag. Bannon's page also incurred penalties, including not being allowed to post content, but was not removed from Facebook.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2020

Facebook takes down a widespread network of pages tied to Stephen Bannon for pushing misinformation
The pages, which promoted the "Stop the Steal" effort and other misleading messages about voter fraud and the election, were removed over the weekend, while the former top Trump strategist's account was frozen.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2020

‘Assassin's Creed Valhalla' impressions: Rekindling the spirit of the series
'Valhalla' introduces fresh ideas without sacrificing the soul of the series.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2020

PS5 designer: ‘When I started drawing, it was much larger'
Yujin Morisawa talks the inspiration behind the PS5's shape, his approach to its size and how he views the reaction to his work.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2020

‘Bugsnax' is charming and funny, but sapped by vexing gameplay
The characters are so endearing you'd want to have a drink with them. You just don't want to do what the game requires.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2020

Twitter and Facebook warning labels aren't enough to save democracy
This election proved Big Tech still hasn't figured out how to make truth spread faster than lies.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 07, 2020

Twitter labels Trump's latest claim about election fraud as ‘disputed' but doesn't limit dissemination
Trump's all-caps attacked the integrity of the vote, alleging "BAD THINGS" had occurred despite having failed to present any evidence of electoral fraud. Within minutes, Twitter appended a label to the president's tweet, claiming it is "disputed," but it did not take any action to prevent tens of thousands of users from re-sharing it widely.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 07, 2020

No social media is safe: How election misinformation spread on LinkedIn, Pinterest and Nextdoor
Smaller social media sites are fighting the spread of disinformation with far fewer resources than Facebook and Twitter.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 07, 2020

Facebook's latest attempt to slow disinformation means probation for groups
Facebook's latest attempt to control the spread of misinformation following the election is setting limits for groups it detects violating community standards.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2020

The brands bold enough to comment on the U.S. election: An Irish airline and a meat snack company
Ryanair hit the right tone, but others missed the mark with their election-related tweets.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2020

‘Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War' and ‘Modern Warfare' combined will exceed 320 GB on next-gen systems
How much space will players be willing to devote to Activision's renowned franchise?

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2020

Trump's power on Twitter, Facebook will outlive his presidency
Trump's power on social media, honed and enhanced through two national campaigns and nearly four years as president, gives Trump the opportunity to do something rarely attempted by the 44 men who previously held the nation's highest office — keep the national gaze fixed on himself as a new chief executive tries to command the national stage. It's somethinga force that Democrat Joe Biden, should he win the White House, will likely have to contend with as he seeks to reunify a nation fractured across regional, racial and partisan lines.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2020

‘League of Legends' K-pop group K/DA is about setting, not chasing, the trend
"It's exploring what we're passionate about and having that as the North Star we chase, as opposed to what is someone else is doing," said Toa Dunn, head of Riot Music Group.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2020

Trump-associated firm helped send unmarked texts urging vote protests in Philadelphia
"ALERT: Radical Liberals & Dems are trying to steal this election from Trump!" began the short text, concluding: "We need YOU! Show your support at the corner of 12th St. & Arch St. in Philadelphia."

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2020

Trump-associated firm tied to unmarked texts urging vote protests in Philadelphia
"ALERT: Radical Liberals & Dems are trying to steal this election from Trump!" began the short text, concluding: "We need YOU! Show your support at the corner of 12th St. & Arch St. in Philadelphia."

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2020

PlayStation 5 review: PS5 is a sensory game-changer
The PS5 impresses by introducing features that differentiate it from past and even next-gen consoles.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2020

How viral videos helped blast voting lies across the Web
Millions of people since the election have watched and shared videos featuring debunked or unproven allegations involving mysterious wagons, ripped-up ballots and vote-deleting felt-tip pens. Why doesn't YouTube get more attention for its lax rules around viral lies?

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2020

Uber says it wants to bring laws like Prop 22 to other states
The ballot measure established drivers as independent contractors, overriding state legislation to make them employees.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2020

A viral video implied a man was illegally moving ballots. It was a photographer and his equipment.
An explainer video posted by television station WXYZ, Detroit's ABC affiliate, showed a clear view of the wagon and the box that a conservative website claimed contained ballots.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2020

Facebook bans ‘STOP THE STEAL' group Trump allies were using to organize protests against vote counting
The campaign and its aides have tapped a network of new and existing Facebook pages, groups and events — some of which have hundreds of thousands of members — to rally people in public this week around the unfounded belief that Democratic candidate Joe Biden is attempting to "steal" the election

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2020

Xbox Series X and S review and comparison: Next-gen feels awfully familiar
It will be very easy for Xbox users to transition to the next generation. Maybe a little too easy.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2020

Good things come in the small Series S package, just not next-gen's best things
The Xbox Series S is sleek, compact and affordable, but it still comes at a cost.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2020

Go deeper on next-gen consoles
With ballots for the U.S. 2020 presidential election still being counted in several states, it's possible that we won't know that outcome for quite some time. But one clear victor emerged in another fight: the drug legalization movement. In multiple cities and states, in both red and blue areas, people voted to…

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Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

Trump's campaign and family boost bogus conspiracy theories in a bid to undermine vote count
The false and misleading claims, which drew rebukes from Twitter and Facebook, were also echoed in approximately 9 million text messages sent by the campaign over the past 24 hours, according to an anti-robocall firm.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

Trump and his allies boost bogus conspiracy theories in a bid to undermine vote count
The false and misleading claims, which drew rebukes from Twitter and Facebook, were also echoed in approximately 9 million text messages sent by the campaign over the past 24 hours, according to an anti-robocall firm.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

How America is distracting itself online: Christmas videos, a celebrity puppy, hexagons and more
As the future of America hangs in the balance, a YouTube video about hexagons has become the third highest trending video on the site.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

Confusion and conflict stir online as Trump claims victory, questions states' efforts to count ballots
As mainstream news organizations urged caution and patience, social media swelled with confusion, conflict and, in some cases, outright fury in response to the president's statement from the White House -- a scenario that law-enforcement officials and digital-threat analysts had warned about for months.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

Confusion and conflict stir online after Trump's premature claim of victory
As mainstream news organizations urged caution and patience, social media swelled with confusion, conflict and, in some cases, outright fury in response to the president's statement from the White House -- a scenario that law-enforcement officials and digital-threat analysts had warned about for months.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

California voters sided with Uber, denying drivers benefits by classifying them as contractors
Gig economy workers were pushed to the brink. It led to a historic confrontation over the future of the business model.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

Trump's premature claim of victory stokes confusion and conflict online
As mainstream news organizations urged caution and patience, social media swelled with confusion, conflict and, in some cases, outright fury in response to the president's statement from the White House -- a scenario that law-enforcement officials and digital-threat analysts had warned about for months.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

Trump's early victory declarations test tech giants' mettle in policing threats to the election
Facebook, Twitter and other social media companies are being tested on new policies for premature election results.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 04, 2020

Early Election Day victory declarations test social media companies' ability to fight misinformation
Facebook, Twitter and other social media companies are being tested on new policies for premature election results.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 03, 2020

Online lies and misinformation surge on Election Day
Voters were bombarded with misleading narratives about widespread voter fraud, polling glitches, and the threat of violence.

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