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Facebook and Twitter Say China Is Spreading Disinformation in Hong Kong (Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
The social media companies removed accounts and said they were sowing divisive messages about the Hong Kong protests.
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State Attorneys General Said to Be Near Formal Investigation of Tech Companies (Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
Their bipartisan effort comes after a smaller group of the state representatives met last month with antitrust officials at the Justice Department.
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Paging Big Brother: In Amazon’s Bookstore, Orwell Gets a Rewrite (Tue, 20 Aug 2019)
As fake and illegitimate texts proliferate online, books are becoming a form of misinformation. The author of “1984” would not be surprised.
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To Power A.I., Start-Up Creates a Giant Computer Chip (Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
The chip could improve how quickly artificial intelligence systems can learn tasks. But its complexity and size (as big as a plate) could be a challenge.
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Ransomware Attack Hits 23 Texas Towns, Authorities Say (Tue, 20 Aug 2019)
The state declined to say which towns were affected by the coordinated cyberattack. But one expert said it could signal more such attacks in the future.
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Ride Sharing Adds to the Crush of Traffic at Airports (Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
The record number of travelers and the popularity of Uber and Lyft have left airports scrambling to ease congestion.
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U.S. Gives Companies More Time to Cease Doing Business With Huawei (Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
A 90-day extension is intended to give rural telecommunications time to wean themselves off the Chinese company, which supplies parts and equipment.
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Terrorists Turn to Bitcoin for Funding, and They’re Learning Fast (Sun, 18 Aug 2019)
The authorities have begun to raise alarms about a steady uptick in the number of militant groups using the hard-to-trace digital currency.
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G.E. Is Accused of Major Fraud, and Stocks Take a Beating (Sun, 18 Aug 2019)
Plus, WeWork takes steps to go public, and investigations into the Jeffrey Epstein case continue.
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Closing of Pacific Standard and Topic Shows Perils of Depending on a Rich Patron (Sun, 18 Aug 2019)
With the loss of the two award-winning publications, digital media got a little less brainy in the summer of ’19.
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Older People Need Rides. Why Aren’t They Using Uber and Lyft? (Tue, 20 Aug 2019)
Seniors need transportation alternatives more than ever, but many are intimidated by ride-hailing apps.
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A.I. Is Learning From Humans. Many Humans. (Fri, 16 Aug 2019)
Artificial intelligence is being taught by thousands of office workers around the world. It is not exactly futuristic work.
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The Man Who Wrote the Guidebook for Civilian Bomb-Squad Technicians (Fri, 16 Aug 2019)
At War talked to Tom Gersbeck, a retired Marine Corps bomb-disposal officer, who recently published the second edition of his book, “Practical Military Ordnance Identification.”
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The Week in Tech: Are Lawmakers Too Eager to Weaken Big Tech’s Legal Shield? (Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
Revising Section 230 could change the internet as we know it. How about policy decisions based on sound evidence?
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Amazon Uses a Twitter Army of Employees to Fight Criticism of Warehouses (Thu, 15 Aug 2019)
They love working there. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it.
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Alibaba’s Strong Results Suggest Chinese Consumers Are Still Spending (Thu, 15 Aug 2019)
Though growth has slowed, the e-commerce giant’s results signal that the country’s consumers still feel comfortable enough to open their wallets.
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Capital One Hacking Suspect Had Data From Other Targets, Officials Say (Wed, 14 Aug 2019)
Prosecutors said they found the stolen material from 30 organizations on servers in the bedroom of the accused hacker.
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India Shut Down Kashmir’s Internet Access. Now, ‘We Cannot Do Anything.’ (Fri, 16 Aug 2019)
Pharmacists can’t restock medicines; workers aren’t being paid. But the government still loves to block the internet for “peace and tranquillity.”
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Art Disappears in Private Hands. Can Social Media Resurface It? (Fri, 16 Aug 2019)
Private art collections are notoriously secretive. A collective website aims to make them viewable by all.
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How Flat Earthers Nearly Derailed a Space Photo Book (Thu, 15 Aug 2019)
What a photographer’s struggle to raise money for his book of images tells us about Facebook and conspiracy theorists.
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WeWork Takes Key Step Toward I.P.O., Citing Heady Growth and Huge Losses (Wed, 14 Aug 2019)
A public offering by the company, which leases shared office space, will be a major test of investors’ appetite for fast-growing but unprofitable start-ups.
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Hong Kong’s Economy Shudders After Protests Plunge Airport Into Chaos (Thu, 15 Aug 2019)
Clashes at one of the world’s busiest transportation hubs could cast further doubt on the city’s future as a business capital on China’s doorstep.
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The Rise of the Virtual Restaurant (Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
Food delivery apps are reshaping the restaurant industry — and how we eat — by inspiring digital-only establishments that don’t need a dining room or waiters.
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