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Jul 23, 2021

How the Alleged Outing of a Catholic Priest Shows the Sorry State of Data Privacy in America
A newsletter reported a powerful Catholic priest regularly used Grindr. Their source? "Commercially available app signal data"

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Jul 23, 2021

Apple TV's New Calibration Feature Can Make Your 4K TV Look Its Best. Here's How to Use It
The latest update to the Apple TV includes a robust new calibration feature to save you time and money

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Jul 22, 2021

When Parents Said No to Their Kids Being Vaccinated, This Teenager Created VaxTeen. It's Now More Crucial Than Ever
Vaccination rates are lagging among young people as the Delta variant spreads

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Jul 21, 2021

Online Anonymity Isn't Driving Abuse of Black Sports Stars. Systemic Racism Is
Forcing social media users to provide I.D. hurts people who genuinely need to stay anonymous, and won't help solve racism

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Jul 20, 2021

Pegasus Spyware Reportedly Hacked Thousands of iPhones Worldwide. Here's What to Know
An international media effort reports that governments tracked the phones of activists, politicians and journalists

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Jul 20, 2021

President Biden to Name Google Foe Jonathan Kanter as U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Chief
The announcement is the latest sign that the administration is preparing a broad crackdown on large technology companies

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Jul 19, 2021

YouTube Revamps Health Videos as Biden Criticizes Social Media for Vaccine Misinformation
YouTube will start labeling health videos with information on how authoritative the source is as Biden criticizes social media

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Jul 19, 2021

Governments Used Spyware to Surveil Journalists and Activists. Here's Why Revelations About Pegasus Are Shaking Up the World
Activist groups are calling on governments to step in to regulate the sale of spyware after data was leaked to major news outlets showing hundreds of journalists, activists, dissidents and lawyers around the world likely had their phones targeted by invasive surveillance software was leaked to major news outlets. "The industry has shown that it…

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Jul 18, 2021

Journalists and Human Rights Activists Identified as Targets of Military-Grade Israeli Spyware
Pegasus infiltrates phones to vacuum up personal and location data and surreptitiously control the smartphone's microphones and cameras

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Jul 15, 2021

‘I Sold My Soul.' WhatsApp Content Moderators Review the Worst Material on the Internet. Now They're Alleging Pay Discrimination
"I sold my soul for $16.50 an hour," says one content moderator who works for Accenture, a third-party contractor

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Jul 14, 2021

Twitter Penalizes Record Number of Accounts for Posting Hate Speech
Twitter Inc. "took action" on a record number of user accounts for violating the company's hate speech policies during the second half of 2020, a reflection of the company's decision to expand its rules. Twitter "actioned" 1,126,990 different accounts between July and December 2020 for infringing its hateful conduct policy, a 77% increase over the…

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Jul 14, 2021

This Company Was Hit With a Devastating Ransomware Attack—But Instead of Giving In, It Rebuilt Everything
Norsk Hydro decided it would not pay a ransom, instead it reached out to cybersecurity experts

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Jul 14, 2021

Facebook Files Petition to Bar FTC Chair Lina Khan From Antitrust Case
Facebook wants FTC Chair Lina Khan to be recused from participating in decisions about the agency's monopoly lawsuit against the company.

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Jul 13, 2021

Black England Soccer Players Are Being Racially Abused on Social Media. How Can These Platforms Do Better?
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was set to urge social media companies to take action to stamp out racial abuse on their platforms on Tuesday, after the profiles of Black England soccer players were bombarded with racist comments. Johnson was set to reiterate "the urgent need for action" by social media companies against "utterly disgraceful"…

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Jul 13, 2021

Here's What the Crackdown on China's Big Tech Firms Is Really About
Will Beijing's tough crackdown have serious consequences for investor confidence and the country's development goals?

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Jul 09, 2021

China's Didi Crackdown Isn't All That Different From U.S. Moves Against Big Tech
It was supposed to be one of the hottest IPOs of the year, the listing of the most dominant ride-hailing service in China, Didi Global. More dominant than Uber, Didi commands almost 90% of the Chinese market, and with its attendant services like bicycle rentals and a growing business in autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence.…

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Jul 07, 2021

Former President Trump Files Class Action Lawsuits Against Facebook, Twitter and Google Over Alleged Censorship
Trump was suspended from Twitter and Facebook after his followers stormed the Capitol building on Jan. 6

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Jul 06, 2021

China Signals Broad Clampdown on Company Data, Offshore Listings
The news comes just days after Didi Global Inc.'s contentious decision to go public in the U.S.

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Jul 06, 2021

Sonos' Roam Is a Pretty, Portable and Pricey Speaker That Could Enhance Your Summer Plans
Is it worth a hefty $169 price tag? That depends

Time: Techland
Jun 30, 2021

How The Extreme Heat in the Pacific Northwest Is Taxing Electric Grids (and People's Air Conditioners)
A version of this story first appeared in the Climate is Everything newsletter. If you'd like sign up to receive this free once-a-week email, click here. Portland General Electric (PGE) Vice President Larry Bekkedahl seemed remarkably cool considering the 110°F temperatures outside the window of his Portland office—and the unprecedented energy demand his system is…

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Jun 30, 2021

Amazon Seeks to Have FTC Chair Lina Khan Recused on Company Actions Due to Past Criticism
Amazon.com Inc. wants FTC Chair Lina Khan recused from any matters involving the company because of her history criticizing the company.

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Jun 30, 2021

Facebook's Surprise Antitrust Victory Could Inspire Congress to Overhaul the Rules Entirely
Facebook won a major victory this week when a judge dismissed two lawsuits that argued the social media giant was a monopoly. But critics of Big Tech hope the rulings will be just the leverage they need to update antitrust laws that still have legal grounding in the effort to break up Standard Oil more…

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Jun 29, 2021

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Take Equity Stake in Crypto Firm FTX
Both Brady, a celebrated American football player, and Bündchen, a world-renowned supermodel, will serve as ambassadors for FTX

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Jun 28, 2021

Facebook's Market Value Climbs Over $1 Trillion as Judge Dismisses Antitrust Suits Against the Social Network
A federal judge said the FTC failed to establish that Facebook has a monopoly in social networking

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Jun 28, 2021

Facebook's Market Value Tops $1 Trillion as Judge Dismisses Antitrust Lawsuits
A federal judge said the FTC failed to establish that Facebook has a monopoly in social networking

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Jun 24, 2021

Facebook Tried to Ban Myanmar's Military. But Its Own Algorithm Kept Promoting Pages Supporting Them, Report Says
Facebook promoted pages that shared pro-military propaganda in Myanmar, even after it banned accounts linked to the military from the platform due to human rights abuses and the risk of violence, according to a report by the human rights group Global Witness. Myanmar's armed forces, known as the Tatmadaw, overthrew the country's civilian government in…

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Jun 24, 2021

‘Someone's Going to Be Left Holding the Bag.' How Finance TikTok Is Navigating ‘Meme Stock' Hype Among Young Investors
Popular finance TikTok creators say meme stock mania is fueling unrealistic expectations around investing

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Jun 17, 2021

They Shared a Video of a Muslim Man Being Attacked in India. Now They're Being Investigated by Police
Reporters Without Borders called the move 'judicial harassment'

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Jun 16, 2021

General Motors Will Open 2 U.S. Battery Plants to Support Increasing Electric and Autonomous Vehicle Production
DETROIT — General Motors will raise its spending on electric and autonomous vehicles and add two U.S. battery factories as it gambles that consumers will eagerly switch from gasoline to the new technology. The announcements Wednesday came as crosstown rival Ford said its entire Lincoln luxury brand lineup would be electric or gas-electric hybrid by…

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Jun 16, 2021

Amazon's New Africa Site Draws Ire in Indigenous People Protest
Amazon's planned new Africa headquarters in Cape Town has drawn criticism from members of the indigenous Khoisan people.

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Jun 15, 2021

Do Mindfulness and Health Trackers Mix? Deepak Chopra and Fitbit CEO James Park on Managing Stress With Data
And why Chopra believes technology is an extension of human consciousness

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Jun 15, 2021

MacKenzie Scott Donates Another $2.7 Billion, Laments Wealth Gap
The charitable contributions bring her total donations since her first giving spree in July 2020 to $8.5 billion.

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Jun 15, 2021

The Future of the Internet Is Under Greater Threat Than Ever Before—and Activists Say the U.S. Needs to Step In
The future of the Internet is under greater threat than ever before and democratic governments need to step up, says human rights group.

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Jun 14, 2021

TikTok Has Started Collecting Your ‘Faceprints' and ‘Voiceprints.' Here's What It Could Do With Them
Potential uses for the have caused concern among experts who say security and privacy could be at risk

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Jun 09, 2021

Facebook Banned a Hindu Extremist Group—Then Left Most of Its Pages Online for Months
More than 30 Facebook pages linked to the Sanatan Sanstha were active until TIME pointed them out to the social media giant

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Jun 07, 2021

Apple Doubles Down on Its Push for iPhone Privacy With Multiple New Features Aiming to Protect User Data
The company's many updates and announcements of privacy-centric features might be the most important aspect of this year's WWDC

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Jun 07, 2021

With the Help of a World Full of iPhones, Apple's AirTags Have Already Outsmarted the Competition
Apple's new $29 device-tracking AirTags make it pretty damn hard to lose anything, accidentally or otherwise

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May 26, 2021

India Is Demanding Social Media Remove References to the ‘Indian Variant' of COVID-19. But What Should It Be Called?
The World Health Organization has been criticized for offering no memorable names for new COVID-19 variants

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May 25, 2021

Travel Is Coming Back, and Artificial Intelligence May Be Planning Your Next Flight
Alaska Airlines has trained its human flight planners to work with new artificial intelligence designed to make flights more fuel efficient and safer

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May 21, 2021

Inside Facebook's Meeting with Palestinian Officials Over Posts Inaccurately Flagged as Incitement to Violence
"They promised they would revisit and reevaluate their framework"

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May 20, 2021

Ford's New All-Electric F-150 Lightning Is More Than it Seems
A battery backup feature could be a big draw for electro-skeptics

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May 20, 2021

How China Is Cracking Down on Its Once Untouchable Tech Titans
For years, China's tech entrepreneurs were considered rock stars: Icons whose rags-to-riches career paths, guile and contempt for the rulebook earned them cult-like status. But over the past few months regulatory scrutiny, combined with growing anger at their obscene wealth, accumulated on the backs of downtrodden workers, is wobbling the perch of these previously untouchable…

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May 10, 2021

Criminal Gang DarkSide Linked to Cyberattack That Forced U.S. Gas Pipeline Shutdown
The pipeline delivers roughly 45% of fuel consumed on the East Coast

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May 06, 2021

On Clubhouse, a Global Jewish Community Takes Root
No matter if Clubhouse sinks or floats, its matzo-loving Jewish community is committed

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May 06, 2021

The Facebook Oversight Board's Decision Didn't Change Much for Trump. But It Could Have Implications Far Beyond Him
Facebook's new Oversight Board, a new, quasi-independent organization that acts as a kind of supreme court for Facebook's moderation decisions, issued its most important decision yet. In a lengthy ruling, it determined that Facebook was "justified" when it suspended Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts on January 6th, 2021, but that it shouldn't have imposed…

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May 05, 2021

Donald Trump Will Not Be Allowed Back on Facebook Yet—But a Bigger Showdown Is Coming
The decision by Facebook's handpicked Oversight Board opens the door for Trump to return to social media

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May 03, 2021

Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Ending Their Marriage
In identical tweets, they said they had made the decision to end their marriage of 27 years

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Apr 27, 2021

The Story Behind TIME and Beeple's Future of Business Cover
For TIME's cover story on the future of business and the digitization of everything—which accompanies our list of the 100 most influential companies—we turned the space over to an artist who's been at the forefront of the digital art movement for more than a decade. Artist Mike Winkelmann (aka Beeple) wanted to take our readers…

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Apr 27, 2021

Every Company is a Tech Company Now. The Disruption is Just Beginning
In March 2020, as businesses across the world sent non-essential workers home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a 2.6 million-sq.-ft. General Motors plant in Kokomo, Ind., sat idle. At the same time, ventilators—the breathing machines essential to keeping critically ill COVID-19 patients alive—were in frighteningly short supply. And so within a week of…

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Apr 23, 2021

‘We Are Not a Match.' Bumble User Turns in Alleged Capitol Rioter Who Boasted About Taking Part in the Jan. 6 Insurrection
Robert Chapman of Carmel, N.Y., appears to have said on the dating app that he 'did storm the Capitol'

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Apr 16, 2021

Automakers Are Going All In on Electric Pickups. Will Anyone Buy Them?
'Do you think anybody really wants an EV pickup truck?'

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Apr 13, 2021

Your iPhone's Next Software Update Aims to Foil App Trackers and Digital Advertisers. Here's How
Apple's new app tracking transparency rules require developers to submit information about the user data they collect

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Apr 06, 2021

How Google's Big Supreme Court Victory Could Change Software Forever
'This is huge for a vibrant tech industry to continue innovating'

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Apr 06, 2021

Electric Cars Can Sound Like Anything. That's a Huge Opportunity to Craft the Soundscape of the Future
What should you hear from an electric Vehicle? Automakers are working on answers--and composing the soundscape of the 21st century city

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Apr 05, 2021

Facebook Says It Supports Internet Regulation. Here's an Ambitious Proposal That Might Actually Make a Difference
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is telling everyone who will listen that it is time to regulate the internet. But do Facebook and other platform companies support meaningful oversight or simply a regulatory Potemkin Village? Zuckerberg's efforts began with a 2019 op-ed in the Washington Post, "The Internet needs new rules." The article proposed…

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Apr 02, 2021

America Can't Wait for Legislators to Rein in Big Tech. The Biden Administration Must Focus on Antitrust
President Biden faces challenges greater than any president since FDR. The country is struggling with a deadly pandemic that has shaken the economy and exposed its structural flaws. His political opponents refuse to engage with those challenges, choosing instead to focus their efforts on undermining democracy. Powerful business interests in technology, health care, finance, energy,…

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Apr 01, 2021

How Russia Is Stepping Up Its Campaign to Control the Internet
For a decade, the Kremlin has sought to control online information. But anti-government protests earlier this year have kicked efforts into higher gear

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Mar 24, 2021

What Do Shrimp, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and ‘Boy Meets World' Have in Common? One Viral Tweet
A Twitter user who claims to have found shrimp tails in a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch has kicked off a viral Twitter saga

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Mar 23, 2021

Facebook Acted Too Late to Tackle Misinformation on 2020 Election, Report Finds
Facebook tweaked its algorithms in October, but advocacy group Avaaz finds the platform had already amplified false and toxic content by then

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Mar 22, 2021

NFTs Are Shaking Up the Art World—But They Could Change So Much More
'Non-fungible tokens' let artists sell digital creations in a unique new way--and open a window on the nature of value

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Mar 22, 2021

Pinterest and the Subtle Poison of Sexism and Racism in Silicon Valley
The day Françoise Brougher was fired from Pinterest began like so many of her workdays. It was April 2, 2020, and the company's chief operating officer—with her rescue dog Dogbert nearby—was a few weeks into the pandemic and remote work, managing her team of 750 from her home in Silicon Valley. The gentlest social media…

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Mar 19, 2021

Facebook Is Building ‘Instagram Kids' for Children Under 13
It's an effort to get Facebook's popular products into the hands of the next generation of internet users

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Mar 18, 2021

Digital NFT Art Is Booming—But at What Cost?
Critics say NFTs and other crypto-based technologies are taking a disastrous toll

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Mar 15, 2021

Exploring the Wild World of Weird Homes on Zillow Can Be a Cabin Fever Cure
Houses on real estate sites can run the gamut from wonderfully weird to straight up cursed

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Mar 14, 2021

Why Phone Calls Beat Video Chats
And why the humble phone call is a better way to connect

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Mar 14, 2021

Why Phone Calls Beat Video Chats (and Nothing Beats IRL)
New research reports that video and social calls leave you lonelier and more stressed

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Mar 14, 2021

Why Video Calls Leave Us Lonelier and More Stressed
And why the humble phone call is a better way to connect

Time: Techland
Mar 11, 2021

India's New Internet Rules Are a Step Toward ‘Digital Authoritarianism,' Activists Say. Here's What They Will Mean
The Indian government must suspend sweeping new Internet regulations, 10 international NGOs said in an open letter Thursday. The new rules, brought in by executive order in late February, give the Indian government an arsenal of muscular new powers that will force tech companies and news outlets to comply with government surveillance and censorship demands.…

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Mar 08, 2021

A Microsoft Server Hack Has Victims Scrambling to Stop Intruders
The White House has called the hack an "active threat" and said senior national security officials were addressing it

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Mar 05, 2021

Disinformation Is Among the Greatest Threats to Our Democracy. Here Are Three Key Ways to Fight It
In October 2019, the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg was asked what she thought historians would see when they looked back on the Trump era in United States history. Justice Ginsberg, known for her colorful and often blistering legal opinions, replied tersely, "An aberration." As President Biden's administration settles in, many feel an…

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Mar 01, 2021

Twitter Cracks Down on COVID Vaccine Misinformation
It says it will use a "strike system" to remove accounts that repeatedly violate its vaccine misinformation rules

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Mar 01, 2021

Facebook's Ban of Myanmar's Military Will Be a Test of the True Power of Social Media Platforms
It's the strongest action the company has taken against the armed forces, known as the Tatmadaw, or indeed those in power in any nation

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Feb 24, 2021

Australia Passes a Law to Make Google and Facebook Pay for News
Australia's parliament on Thursday passed the final amendments to the so-called News Media Bargaining Code

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Feb 23, 2021

Australia Says Facebook Will Lift the Country's News Ban
The ban is to be lifted after a deal was struck on legislation that would make digital giants pay for journalism

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Feb 17, 2021

Facebook Blocks Australians From Viewing and Sharing News
Australian users cannot share Australian or international news. International users outside Australia also cannot share Australian news

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Feb 08, 2021

Clubhouse App Appears to Be Blocked in China, Users Say
The reported block appeared an explosion of discussions over the weekend on taboo topics from Taiwan to Xinjiang

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Feb 04, 2021

Bachelor Stars Are Promoting a Birth Control App on Instagram That Experts Say Uses One of the Least Effective Contraceptive Methods
Natural Cycles uses fertility awareness methods, which carry a relatively high rate of unintended pregnancy

Time: Techland
Feb 01, 2021

Why Twitter Blocked Accounts Linked to Farmers' Protests in India—Only to Reverse Course
Twitter blocked access to accounts associated with farmers protesting against the Indian government on Monday, in a localized blackout of some 250 accounts and tweets. The blocks, which only applied for viewers based in India, came after the Indian government hit Twitter with a legal demand. One thing many of the accounts appeared to have…

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Jan 29, 2021

Facebook's New Oversight Board Is Deciding Donald Trump's Fate. Will It Also Define the Future of the Company?
The ruling on the Trump case is a major test of whether users and lawmakers will trust the company's attempts to regulate itself

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Jan 29, 2021

The Capitol Attack, Impeachment and GameStop Make it Clear: 2021 Is Shaping Up to Be the Year of the Moderator
The year's most consequential events so far can be understood as a battle between the mobs and the mods

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Jan 28, 2021

Facebook's "Oversight Board" Is a Sham. The Answer to the Capitol Riot Is Regulating Social Media
Online violence leads to real world violence. The January 6th storming of the U.S. Capitol and the role of social media in helping coordinate the riots was not a surprise and the emerging details show this could have been mitigated, if not prevented, if Facebook had taken years of warnings seriously. Buzzfeed reported that for…

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Jan 28, 2021

‘Revenge Tactic:' GameStop's Massive Stock Surge Isn't Only About Making Money
The collective push by hyper-online investors also sought to fight back against a system that they feel deserves a reckoning

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Jan 26, 2021

In the Fight Against Extremism, Don't Demonize Surveillance-Busting Tools like Signal and Bitcoin
The battle for privacy is moving to the next medium: money

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Jan 22, 2021

E-Bikes Are Taking Off—But We Need to Make Space for Them
'If you want people to ride bikes, it can't just be about safety'

Time: Techland
Jan 22, 2021

‘We Need a Fundamental Reset.' Shoshana Zuboff on Building an Internet That Lets Democracy Flourish
The author discusses how we can regulate the murky world of big tech platforms

Time: Techland
Jan 22, 2021

We Need a Fundamental Reset.' Shoshana Zuboff on Building an Internet That Lets Democracy Flourish
The author discusses how we can regulate the murky world of big tech platforms

Time: Techland
Jan 22, 2021

Big Tech's Business Model Is a Threat to Democracy. Here's How to Build a Fairer Digital Future
Under President Biden, tech reform will take on a new urgency

Time: Techland
Jan 22, 2021

Google Threatens to Pull Out of Australia Over Plan to Make It Pay for News
The rules proposed by the government aims to make Google and Facebook pay Australian media companies fairly for using news content

Time: Techland
Jan 21, 2021

Why Amazon's Move to Drop Parler Is a Big Deal for the Future of the Internet
The episode reveals the immense power held by Amazon's AWS and rival cloud services

Time: Techland
Jan 21, 2021

People Have Turned Bernie Sanders' Inauguration Fashion Into So Much More Than Your Standard Meme
Creatives evolved "Bernie Sanders in a Chair" beyond the confines of a normal meme

Time: Techland
Jan 21, 2021

Want to Stop the Next Crisis? Teaching Cyber Citizenship Must Become a National Priority
To be a responsible member of today's increasingly digital society requires a new set of "cyber citizenship" skills. This goes far beyond the need to protect oneself from on-line scams or the theft of Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Such skills should go to the very heart of what it means to be a U.S. citizen.…

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Jan 18, 2021

Twitter Suspends Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Over Election Fraud Claims
Greene gained large followings on social media in part by posting incendiary videos and comments and has also embraced QAnon

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Jan 15, 2021

What if the Web Looked More Like Wikipedia?
Wikipedia, which celebrates its 20th birthday on Jan. 15, lives on—and it's not just surviving, but thriving.

Time: Techland
Jan 13, 2021

In These Tumultuous Times, Sea Shanty TikToks Have Suddenly Become a Port in the Storm
In centuries past, these call-and-response work songs maintained a ship crew's focus on safely navigating often dangerous waters

Time: Techland
Jan 12, 2021

Big Tech's Crackdown on Donald Trump and Parler Won't Fix the Real Problem With Social Media
If democracy is a river, or a forest, or a pristine meadow, then social media platforms are a factory spewing toxic pollutants into it. Even if you block the new effluent, the pollution that has already escaped won't just go away. It needs to be cleaned up. That's the analogy used by Whitney Phillips, one…

Time: Techland
Jan 08, 2021

Twitter Permanently Suspends President Donald Trump's Account
The social media platform announced on Friday evening that it would be permanently suspending it "due to the risk of further incitement of violence"

Time: Techland
Jan 07, 2021

Facebook and Twitter Finally Locked Donald Trump's Accounts. Will They Ban Him Permanently?
The events at the Capitol seemed a glaring sign that the risk to democracy was finally greater than the necessity of giving a sitting President a platform to speak

Time: Techland
Jan 06, 2021

Twitter Locks Down Trump Video Over ‘Risk of Violence' as His Supporters Mob the Capitol
This appears to be the first time that Twitter has locked down engagement with one of Trump's tweets

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Jan 06, 2021

Twitter Locks Trump's Account Over ‘Repeated and Severe Violations' as His Supporters Mob the Capitol
This appears to be the first time that Twitter has locked down engagement with one of Trump's tweets

Time: Techland
Jan 06, 2021

Twitter and Facebook Block President Trump From Posting After He Incited Mob That Stormed Capitol
The social media giants removed posts by President Donald Trump, and blocked him from posting to his tens of millions of followers on Wednesday

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