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Washington Post Tech
Mar 19, 2019

Fewer than 200 people watched the New Zealand massacre live. A hateful group helped it reach millions
New details reveal just how quickly the video spread across the world and rocketed out of tech companies' control.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 19, 2019

Trump again accuses social media companies of censoring conservatives
President Trump on Tuesday sharply criticized Facebook, Google and Twitter for censoring conservatives, accusing them of "collusion" and a "hatred they have for a certain group of people who happen to be in power."

Washington Post Tech
Mar 19, 2019

Google's new Stadia service will let you play video games without downloading them
The platform, which runs on Chrome and Google data centers, envisions a new way to play video games.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 19, 2019

What the huge loss of old Myspace music means for Internet culture
The loss of digital artifacts highlights the impermanence of the Web, and the ease with which files and posts that helped define Internet culture and history can be so readily discarded.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 18, 2019

Elon Musk's defense of his Tesla tweets 'borders on the ridiculous,' SEC says
The spiraling conflict could throw the $50 billion car company further into uncertainty and imperil Musk's ability to remain as company chief.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 18, 2019

Elon Musk's defense of his Tesla tweets ‘borders on the ridiculous,' SEC says
The spiraling conflict could throw the $50 billion car company further into uncertainty and imperil Musk's ability to remain as company chief.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 18, 2019

Elon Musk's defense of his Tesla tweets is ‘flawed,' SEC says
The spiraling conflict could throw the $50 billion car company further into uncertainty and imperil Musk's ability to remain as company chief.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 18, 2019

How social media's business model helped the New Zealand massacre go viral
The failure of social media companies to block videos of Friday's massacre in New Zealand highlights the difficulties of policing platforms whose very business model creates the systems that are so easily manipulated.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 18, 2019

‘Breathalyzyer for texting': Nevada weighs controversial technology to curb distracted driving
Privacy advocates say such searches are likely unconstitutional and have raised concerns about the data collected by such devices.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 18, 2019

Stanford helped pioneer artificial intelligence. Now the university wants to put humans at its center.
On Monday, the university will launch the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, a sprawling think tank that aims to become an interdisciplinary hub.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 18, 2019

Inside YouTube's struggles to shut down video of the New Zealand shooting -- and the humans who outsmarted its systems
A new recut or repackaged version of the video showing the massacre was uploaded to YouTube every second, chief product officer Neal Mohan said in an interview with The Washington Post, offering the first detailed account of how the crisis unfolded inside the world's largest video site.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 18, 2019

Inside YouTube's struggles to shut down video of the New Zealand shooting — and the humans who outsmarted its systems
A new recut or repackaged version of the video showing the massacre was uploaded to YouTube every second, chief product officer Neal Mohan said in an interview with The Washington Post, offering the first detailed account of how the crisis unfolded inside the world's largest video site.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 16, 2019

The New Zealand massacre livestream shows how hate spreads online
The livestream of the mosque shooting is notable not only for its horror and brazenness, but because the gunman effectively exploited niche online language and sensibilities.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 15, 2019

The New Zealand shooting shows how YouTube and Facebook spread hate and violent images — yet again
The spread of graphic images from the mass shooting in New Zealand raises questions about social media safeguards during breaking news events.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 15, 2019

Facebook, YouTube and Twitter amplified video of Christchurch mosque shooting
The spread of graphic images from the mass shooting in New Zealand raises questions about social media safeguards during breaking news events.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 15, 2019

Facebook, Google and other big tech giants are about to face a "reckoning," state attorneys general warn
Some of the country's most powerful state attorneys general are signaling they're willing to take action against Facebook, Google and other tech giants, warning the companies have grown too big and powerful -- and that Washington has been too slow to respond.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 15, 2019

Facebook, Google and other big tech giants are about to face a ‘reckoning,' state attorneys general warn
Some of the country's most powerful state attorneys general are signaling they're willing to take action against Facebook, Google and other tech giants, warning the companies have grown too big and powerful -- and that Washington has been too slow to respond.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

Tesla's Model Y is a car Elon Musk hopes will distract from everything else
Tesla's fifth major consumer-auto reveal in 15 years could prove to be its most important and profitable car. It's also "the product they can't screw up."

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

Facebook says its top product executive, Chris Cox, is leaving, the highest-level departure in years
Cox, a longtime confidant of chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, announced his unexpected departure in a Facebook post Thursday.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

Sex, drugs and Peppa Pig? How big a problem is disturbing kids' content on YouTube?
Kids are finding more and more troubling material on YouTube and YouTube Kids.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

YouTube says it bans preteens from its site. But it's still delivering troubling content to young children.
After years of promising to control inappropriate content, YouTube is still delivering violent and sexually charged videos to young children, an indication that the platform's growth far exceeds its ability to police itself.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp back online after huge DDoS outage
Facebook says it is 100% back online after a server issue made it difficult for people to access its apps and services.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

Nike's self-lacing shoes stopped lacing. Blame the Internet.
Nowadays, an app bug can even break your shoes. It's a reminder: When your product is on the Internet, you're not really in control of it.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp suffered a global outage. What happened?
Facebook has not fully restored its service as of Thursday morning, but Instagram is back online.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

How Nike's Adapt BB ‘Back to the Future' shoes stopped lacing with a software update
Nike's Adapt BB self-lacing shoes use a phone app to tighten and loosen. But they had problems that Marty McFly didn't encounter. The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler explains.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 14, 2019

‘The Division 2,' reviewed by real Washingtonians
"The Division 2" does an admirable job convincing you the crisis is still real, six months after the events of the first game. And, yes, it is better than "Anthem."

Washington Post Tech
Mar 13, 2019

A California company says it's building a flying motorcycle powered by jet engines
Dubbed the Speeder, the $280,000 vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft will reach at least 150 miles per hour, have a 45-mile range and be able to travel as high as 15,000 feet, company officials say.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 13, 2019

A California company says it's building the world's first flying motorcycle
Dubbed the Speeder, the $280,000 vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft will reach at least 150 miles per hour, have a 45-mile range and be able to travel as high as 15,000 feet, company officials say.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 13, 2019

Spotify accuses Apple of abusing its power over the App Store
The dispute between Spotify and Apple arrived on the same day a British panel of experts recommended an overhaul to antitrust enforcement in tech.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 13, 2019

The White House is in such a hurry to get to the moon that NASA is considering sidelining its major rocket to make it happen
It would mark a radical change from the way NASA had planned to return to the moon and would be a blow to the Space Launch System.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 13, 2019

UK panel calls for new antitrust regulator targeting giant tech platforms
The U.K. plan arrives on the same day that a dispute between Spotify and Apple has blown up into a battle over the app store.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 13, 2019

ICE is tapping into a huge license-plate database, ACLU says, raising new privacy concerns about surveillance
Federal immigration agents have relied on a nationwide license-plate database to help find and investigate immigrants, according to new documents released by the ACLU.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 12, 2019

Democratic lawmakers rip into T-Mobile CEO over Trump hotel stays
T-Mobile CEO John Legere acknowledged his company spent nearly $200,000 at the Trump hotel in the months following the announcement that T-Mobile was seeking federal approval to merge with Sprint.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 12, 2019

Scooters are littering sidewalks and injuring pedestrians. Can this startup bring order to the chaos?
Scooters are crowding sidewalks and injuring pedestrians in cities around the country. A startup called Swiftmile says it has created new charging stations that could help bring order to the chaos.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 11, 2019

Zuckerberg says he's going all in on private messaging. Facebook's declining user numbers tell us why.
A dive into some little-seen data suggests that Facebook may be in a bigger mess than it lets on. It shows a precipitous drop in the amount of time people are spending on the core social network. No wonder Zuckerberg is announcing his plans to move away from it.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 11, 2019

Zuckerberg says he's going all-in on private messaging. Facebook's declining user numbers tell us why.
A dive into some little-seen data suggests that Facebook may be in a bigger mess than it lets on. It shows a precipitous drop in the amount of time people are spending on the core social network. No wonder Zuckerberg is announcing his plans to move away from it.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 11, 2019

Data breach may have exposed the personal, medical information of 600,000 in Michigan
Hackers accessed the names, addresses, social security numbers and medical information of customers of several Michigan healthcare companies in a ransomware attack.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 11, 2019

GOP Sen. Josh Hawley slams "toothless" federal response to privacy abuses at Facebook and Google
Republican Sen. Josh Hawley on Monday issued a rare rebuke of the government agency that oversees Facebook, Google and other tech giants, charging that regulators had "failed" to protect consumers and their personal data from abuse.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 11, 2019

GOP Sen. Josh Hawley slams ‘toothless' federal response to privacy abuses at Facebook and Google
The lawmaker on Monday issued a rare rebuke of the agency, charging that regulators had "failed" to protect consumers and their personal data from abuse.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 08, 2019

Does Elizabeth Warren's break-up plan for the tech giants mark the end of a political romance?
The senator's proposal to break up Amazon, Google and Facebook is the latest sign that Democrats' affinity to Silicon Valley is coming to an end.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 08, 2019

Does Elizabeth Warren's breakup plan for the tech giants mark the end of a political romance?
The senator's proposal to break up Amazon, Google and Facebook is the latest sign that Democrats' affinity to Silicon Valley is coming to an end.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 08, 2019

Sen. Elizabeth Warren unveils plan to break up Amazon, Facebook and Google in ambitious campaign pledge
The plan is the boldest among Democratic candidates for president seeking to target Silicon Valley's economic dominance.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 08, 2019

Watch SpaceX's Dragon capsule's successful splash-down to earth
SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft made a successful trip back from to Earth from the International Space Station on March 8.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 08, 2019

Nailed it: Elon Musk's SpaceX capsule lands successfully in crucial step toward human spaceflight
SpaceX successfully completed the last phase of a crucial test flight to prove it can fly humans to space for NASA. The company's Dragon capsule splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean early Friday after a nearly weeklong journey in which it docked with the International Space Station.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 08, 2019

Elon Musk's SpaceX capsule lands successfully in crucial step toward human spaceflight
SpaceX successfully completed the last phase of a crucial test flight to prove it can fly humans to space for NASA. The company's Dragon capsule splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean early Friday after a nearly weeklong journey in which it docked with the International Space Station.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 08, 2019

Homeward bound: SpaceX capsule headed for splashdown in a key step toward human spaceflight
SpaceX begins the last phase of a crucial test flight to prove it can fly humans to space for NASA. The company's Dragon capsule is scheduled to splash down in the Atlantic Ocean early Friday after a nearly weeklong journey in which it docked with the International Space Station.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

Facebook says it will dramatically improve privacy. But it hasn't fully delivered on past promises.
What Facebook's new vision for private communication means for its global business.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

Can Facebook make privacy profitable?
What Facebook's new vision for private communication means for its global business.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

Trump called Tim Cook ‘Tim Apple,' and the Apple CEO is leaning into it
Cook quietly changed his Twitter name as a coy nod to Trump's flub.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

House Democrats seek records from Trump over reports of possible interference in AT&T-Time Warner deal
House Democratic lawmakers pressed the Trump administration Thursday on its handling of the AT&T-Time Warner merger, requesting information from the White House and the Justice Department that could shed light on whether President Trump or his allies interfered in regulators' review of the $85 billion deal.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

House Democrats seek records from Trump over reports of possible meddling in AT&T-Time Warner deal
House Democratic lawmakers pressed the Trump administration Thursday on its handling of the AT&T-Time Warner merger, requesting information from the White House and the Justice Department that could shed light on whether President Trump or his allies interfered in regulators' review of the $85 billion deal.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

New Zealand farmers have a new tool for herding sheep: drones that bark like dogs
On farms in New Zealand, drones are being used by farmers to herd and monitor livestock, supplementing a role that the working dogs have held for more than a century. The robots haven't replaced the dogs entirely, but they are often more effective, farmers say.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

Senators slam Equifax, Marriott executives for massive data breaches
Members of Congress sharply rebuked Equifax and Marriott on Thursday for failing to protect people's personal data and prevent two of the largest security breaches in U.S. history, putting hundreds of millions at risk.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

When tax prep is free, you may be paying with your privacy
"Free" tax software is not all created equal. Some want to upsell you. Others want the data in your tax return.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 07, 2019

Zuckerberg says Facebook's future is ‘privacy-focused'
Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg on March 6 said the company would encrypt conversations on more of its messaging services and make them compatible, the latest sign that the world's biggest social network sees its future in intimate online chats.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 06, 2019

U.S. allies are ‘skeptical' of the Trump administration's Huawei argument
A U.S. campaign to dissuade other countries from using Huawei equipment in their next-generation 5G networks is facing a chilly reception among European allies after federal officials argued that the...

Washington Post Tech
Mar 06, 2019

U.S. allies differ on difficultly of containing Huawei ‘security concern'
Despite a months-long campaign, the U.S. hasn't persuaded Europeans to not buy Huawei equipment.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 06, 2019

U.S. allies differ on difficulty of containing Huawei security threat
Despite a months-long campaign, the U.S. hasn't persuaded Europeans to not buy Huawei equipment.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 06, 2019

‘Anthem' can't stop throwing up on itself and I just can't take it anymore
Everybody hated 'Anthem' when it launched. Things have only gotten worse.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 06, 2019

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says he'll reorient the company toward encryption and privacy
The company's focus will shift from a social network in which people broadcast information to large groups of people to one in which people communicate with smaller groups and their content disappears after a short period of time.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 06, 2019

France aims 3% tax on Apple, Google and other tech giants
The proposed levy is part of an international campaign to clamp down on corporate tax avoidance.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 06, 2019

Net neutrality is back in play as Democratic lawmakers announce a bill. Here's what to expect.
The legislation shows there's appetite for a legislative solution. But can Republicans and Democrats find a compromise?

Washington Post Tech
Mar 05, 2019

Sen. Amy Klobuchar: ‘We have a major monopoly problem'
The senator, a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, argues in an interview that President Trump has turned antitrust action into a political weapon.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 05, 2019

Volvo's plan to keep drivers safe: Limiting the top speed of its cars.
Beginning in 2020, Volvo cars will be limited to 180 kilometers per hour -- or about 112 mph. The auto manufacturer said the change is part of an ambitious plan to eliminate all serious injuries and driving deaths in new Volvos by next year.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 05, 2019

MIT builds backflipping four-legged robot cheetah
Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) build a quadruped robot ‘cheetah' capable of doing a backflip.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 04, 2019

Google reviewed pay equity and learned it was underpaying men
Google will conduct a comprehensive review of its compensation process.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 04, 2019

MIT's latest dog-like robot can do backflips on command
MIT researchers say they have developed the first four-legged robot capable of executing a backflip. Similar robots could someday be used for search and rescue missions and surveillance, expert say.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 04, 2019

Tesla to unveil Model Y crossover SUV March 14
The public will get its first glimpse of Tesla's new Model Y crossover SUV next week, chief executive Elon Musk announced. Compared with the Model 3, Tesla's mass market vehicle, the Model Y will be a...

Washington Post Tech
Mar 04, 2019

Tristan O'Tierney, Square co-founder, dies at 35
The technologist and photographer had publicly shared his struggle with addiction.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 02, 2019

Watch SpaceX's successful launch of its first spacecraft designed for humans
SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft carried a mannequin and 400 pounds of supplies to the International Space Station, a big step for NASA proving commercial human spaceflight could happen soon.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 01, 2019

Lyft outlines IPO plans that may pay big for some of its drivers
The ride-hailing company Lyft filed paperwork Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, closing in on its highly anticipated initial public offering. And, in an usual move, it had a little s...

Washington Post Tech
Mar 01, 2019

NASA needs SpaceX to prove it can fly astronauts safely. Saturday's test flight a ‘critical first step.'
SpaceX will launch an uncrewed rocket from the Kennedy Space Center early Saturday, an important test for NASA and the company. It comes at a time when controversy is swirling around company founder Elon Musk.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 01, 2019

NASA needs SpaceX to prove it can fly astronauts safely. Saturday's test flight a ‘crucial step.'
SpaceX will launch an uncrewed rocket from the Kennedy Space Center early Saturday, an important test for NASA and the company. It comes at a time when controversy is swirling around company founder Elon Musk.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 01, 2019

NASA needs SpaceX to prove it can fly astronauts safely. Saturday's test flight is called a ‘crucial step.'
SpaceX will launch an uncrewed rocket from the Kennedy Space Center early Saturday, an important test for NASA and the company. It comes at a time when controversy is swirling around company founder Elon Musk.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

Elon Musk's long-promised $35,000 Model 3 has finally arrived, Tesla says
Elon Musk's tweets earlier in the week had sparked an industry-wide guessing game over the electric automaker's big surprise.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

Huawei pleads not guilty to accusations it stole T-Mobile's trade secrets
The pleas follow a U.S. campaign to discredit Huawei among European allies.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

YouTube to ban comments on most videos featuring minors to combat child exploitation
Google said Thursday that it would block YouTube users from leaving comments on most videos that feature minors, responding to reports that pedophiles had used the site to find, track and exploit children.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

Help Desk: Digital life after death, passwords on Post-Its and a new Comcast nightmare
Tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler answers your questions — and wants to hear about your tech nightmares.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

Online games have lately been a dud parade. ‘The Division 2' swears it will be the good one.
Where other massive online games have failed, Ubisoft's new flagship online game hopes to fill the current void.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

The Weather Channel uses virtual reality to reveal the terrifying danger of frozen lakes
The new video uses virtual reality to highlight the many dangers of venturing onto frozen water as the spring thaw approaches.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

See The Weather Channel's immersive mixed reality segment in action
The Weather Channel is using new real-time graphics and visual effects in many of their videos. See an example of it during this ice and climate change segment.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

Can 5G turn around declining smartphone sales?
Smartphone sales have been falling for five straight quarters. But industry experts at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona believe 5G can spark more sales.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 28, 2019

Airbus, OneWeb launch satellite for rural area high-speed Internet
The launch of Airbus SE and partner OneWeb's six satellites is the first step in a plan to give millions of people in remote and rural areas high-speed internet

Washington Post Tech
Feb 27, 2019

‘I do not condone child pornography': Game company backtracks after Q&A on site once banned by Google
Austrian video game company THQ Nordic is apologizing after it agreed to an ask-me-anything session on 8chan, the freewheeling Internet messaging board that was briefly delisted in 2015 by Google for allegedly hosting child pornography.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 27, 2019

The U.S. government fined the app now known as TikTok $5.7 million for illegally collecting children's data
Federal regulators fined social media app Musical.ly — now known as TikTok — $5.7 million for illegally collecting the names, email addresses, pictures and locations of kids under 13, a record for violations of the nation's child privacy law.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 27, 2019

Your next FedEx delivery could be a pizza
FedEx is getting into the pizza delivery business, but no one will be greeting hungry customers at the door. As companies scramble to develop technology to get food, groceries and shipments to custome...

Washington Post Tech
Feb 27, 2019

OneWeb wants to rebuild the Internet in space, connecting billions not on the Web. Can it succeed?
On Wednesday, OneWeb plans to launch the first six satellites from a remote launch site in French Guiana, a key step toward building out a constellation that could eventually reach nearly 2,000 satellites.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 26, 2019

Twitter suspends far-right activist Jacob Wohl for creating accounts to allegedly manipulate the U.S. presidential election
Twitter has permanently suspended Jacob Wohl, a far-right activist who previously tried to fabricate evidence about special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, for creating fake accounts in an attempt to try to manipulate the 2020 presidential election.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 26, 2019

Twitter suspends far-right activist Jacob Wohl for creating accounts to manipulate the U.S. presidential election
Twitter has permanently suspended Jacob Wohl, a far-right activist who previously tried to fabricate evidence about Special Counsel Robert Mueller, for creating fake accounts in an attempt to try to manipulate the 2020 presidential election.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 26, 2019

Twitter suspends far-right activist Jacob Wohl for creating fake accounts
Twitter has permanently suspended Jacob Wohl, a far-right activist who previously tried to fabricate evidence about Special Counsel Robert Mueller, for creating fake accounts in an attempt to try to manipulate the 2020 presidential election.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 26, 2019

Democrats vow Congress will ‘assert itself' against tech — starting with Silicon Valley's privacy practices
Congressional Democrats embarked Tuesday on a wide-ranging campaign to probe Facebook, Google and their peers in the tech industry, a new burst of oversight that could bring heightened attention to some of Silicon Valley's controversial business practices.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 26, 2019

Racism, misogyny, death threats: Why can't the booming video game industry curb toxicity?
Fueled by competitive tension and emboldened by anonymity, toxic elements have long plagued the gaming industry with instances of misogyny, racism and even death threats. As the gaming world continues to rise in prominence and cultural visibility, abusive behavior by players has been hard to root out and, to some, threatens to curb the rapid growth of gaming and esports.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 26, 2019

Racism, misogyny, death threats: Why can't the booming video-game industry curb toxicity?
As the gaming world continues to rise in prominence and cultural visibility, abusive behavior by players has been hard to root out and, to some, threatens to curb the rapid growth of gaming and esports.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 26, 2019

Federal appeals court upholds AT&T's Time Warner merger, handing defeat to Justice Department
The decision is a big defeat for the Justice Department's top antitrust chief, Makan Delrahim.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 26, 2019

Facebook bans far-right activist Tommy Robinson
Robinson repeatedly violated the social network's rules against posting dehumanizing material, Facebook said.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 25, 2019

SEC goes after Elon Musk over another tweet
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said a federal court should hold Tesla CEO Elon Musk in contempt for violating last year's settlement with the federal agency due to new statements he made on Twitter.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 25, 2019

‘Seeded in social media': Jailed Philippine journalist says Facebook is partly responsible for her predicament
Maria Ressa exposed violence-inciting fake accounts on Facebook linked to President Rodrigo Duterte's administration, which the company delayed removing.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 25, 2019

Watch Virgin Galactic's SpaceshipTwo fly into space for the second time
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo accelerated to Mach 3.0 on its way to space, Feb. 22. Richard Branson's "world's commercial spaceline" hopes to fly tourists as soon as this year.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 25, 2019

Warren Buffett backs Bloomberg, says a Howard Schultz presidential run would be a "mistake"
"If he ran as an independent, I think he would take votes away from any Democrat," Buffett said of Schultz, who is weighing a presidential run.

Washington Post Tech
Feb 25, 2019

Warren Buffett backs Bloomberg, says a Howard Schultz presidential run would be a ‘mistake'
"If he ran as an independent, I think he would take votes away from any Democrat," Buffett said of Schultz, who is weighing a presidential run.

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