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Facebook Must Better Police Online Hate, State Attorneys General Say (Wed, 05 Aug 2020)
The call from 20 state officials adds to the rising pressure facing Mark Zuckerberg and his company.
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Is TikTok a Good Buy? It Depends on What’s Included (Wed, 05 Aug 2020)
TikTok’s most valuable assets, a hyper-effective algorithm and a community of popular creators, may not be as easy to acquire as the company itself.
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With TikTok Mired in Uncertainty, Facebook Pounces With Instagram Reels (Wed, 05 Aug 2020)
Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, rolled out a new product that lets people create 15-second videos and share them.
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The Tech You Love (Wed, 05 Aug 2020)
GPS, Spotify, Pokémon Go: Our readers tell us about the tech that makes their lives better.
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Star Technologist Who Crossed Google Sentenced to 18 Months in Prison (Tue, 04 Aug 2020)
Anthony Levandowski, a onetime star Silicon Valley engineer of self-driving cars, had pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets.
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Disney, Staggered by Pandemic, Sees a Streaming Boom (Tue, 04 Aug 2020)
The company lost $4.7 billion in the latest quarter, but also reported that Disney+ has about 60.5 million subscribers after nine months of operation.
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Apple Replaces Phil Schiller as Its Top Marketing Executive (Tue, 04 Aug 2020)
Mr. Schiller will be replaced by Greg Joswiak, a longtime executive at the company.
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When Taming Big Tech Goes Wrong (Tue, 04 Aug 2020)
What the United States can learn from Europe’s efforts to restrain America’s tech giants.
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Google Faces European Inquiry Into Fitbit Acquisition (Tue, 04 Aug 2020)
Authorities are investigating how Google will use health and wellness data collected from Fitbit’s fitness tracking devices.
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For Robots, It’s a Time to Shine (and Maybe Disinfect) (Tue, 04 Aug 2020)
The pandemic has turned cleaning and other mundane building tasks into a challenge, stoking interest in machines as cost-effective solutions.
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Distilleries Raced to Make Hand Sanitizer for the Pandemic. No Longer. (Wed, 05 Aug 2020)
Even though coronavirus cases have surged again, craft distilleries say the business of making the disinfectant has become more difficult.
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F.T.C. Investigating Twitter for Potential Privacy Violations (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
The social media company said the agency was examining whether it had misused people’s personal information to serve ads.
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TikTok, Trump and an Impulse to Act as C.E.O. to Corporate America (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
The president’s interventions in company dealings based on his own instincts are a departure from the arm’s-length approach of predecessors of either party.
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Facebook Bets Big on Future of N.Y.C., and Offices, With New Lease (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
Despite the pandemic, the social media giant leased all the office space in the former main post office at Penn Station in Midtown.
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Trump Says Microsoft Can Bid for TikTok (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
The president said he did not object to a potential acquisition of the Chinese-owned app, retreating from comments about banning the service.
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The Strange Saga of TikTok (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
The chief executive of a big tech company negotiated directly with the U.S. president over an app. Say what?
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How TikTok’s Owner Tried, and Failed, to Cross the U.S.-China Divide (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
The founder of ByteDance, Zhang Yiming, dreamed of building a global tech company based in China. Then the geopolitical reality set in.
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With TikTok, ‘Uncool’ Microsoft Aims for the Love of Tweens (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
Buying one of the largest and most influential social networks in the country could change the perception of the tech giant.
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This Tool Could Protect Your Photos From Facial Recognition (Tue, 04 Aug 2020)
Researchers at the University of Chicago want you to be able to post selfies without worrying that the next Clearview AI will use them to identify you.
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TikTok Ban: Creators Respond to Trump (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
The uncertainty over the future of the wildly popular video app has brought chaos to its user community — and to the entertainment and advertising industries as well.
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From Minecraft Tricks to Twitter Hack: A Florida Teen’s Troubled Online Path (Tue, 04 Aug 2020)
The teenage “mastermind” of the recent Twitter breach, who had a difficult family life, poured his energy into video games and cryptocurrency.
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NASA Astronauts Safely Return to Earth: ‘Thank You for Flying SpaceX’ (Sun, 02 Aug 2020)
Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley returned to Earth in the first water landing by an American space crew since 1975.
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Nordstrom Uses Influencers to Promote Safety and Draw Anxious Shoppers (Sun, 02 Aug 2020)
Some retailers are turning to popular social media personalities to detail post-pandemic protocols and boost the allure of visiting their stores.
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What’s Going On With TikTok? Here’s What We Know (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
President Trump is talking about banning the app. TikTok may also sell its U.S. operations. Let’s sort through it all here.
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ByteDance Said to Offer to Sell TikTok’s U.S. Operations (Sat, 01 Aug 2020)
The Trump administration has said the video app poses security concerns because of its Chinese ownership.
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Why a Data Breach at a Genealogy Site Has Privacy Experts Worried (Sat, 01 Aug 2020)
Nearly two-thirds of GEDmatch’s users opt out of helping law enforcement. For a brief window this month, that didn’t matter.
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Florida Teenager Is Charged as ‘Mastermind’ of Twitter Hack (Fri, 31 Jul 2020)
The authorities arrested a 17-year-old who they said ran a scheme that targeted the accounts of celebrities, including former President Barack Obama and Elon Musk. Two others were also charged.
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Microsoft Said to Be in Talks to Buy TikTok, as Trump Weighs Curtailing App (Mon, 03 Aug 2020)
The discussions come as TikTok’s ownership by a Chinese company is under scrutiny by the White House and lawmakers.
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Amazon Wins Without Even Trying (Fri, 31 Jul 2020)
As America’s economy suffers, Big Tech does shockingly well.
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Randonautica: What Is It and Are the Stories Real? (Fri, 31 Jul 2020)
An app that generates coordinates for adventurers claims to turn your thoughts into reality. TikTok and YouTube creators want you to believe it — but you shouldn’t.
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I Tried to Live Without the Tech Giants. It Was Impossible. (Fri, 31 Jul 2020)
As lawmakers debate whether Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon are monopolies, a reporter recalls her attempt to avoid interacting with the companies.
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The Economy Is in Record Decline, but Not for the Tech Giants (Thu, 30 Jul 2020)
Even though the tech industry’s four biggest companies were stung by a slowdown in spending, they reported a combined $28 billion in profits on Thursday.
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Big Tech’s Backlash Is Just Starting (Thu, 30 Jul 2020)
The congressional antitrust hearing showed that concerns about the tech stars aren’t going away.
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Grilled by Lawmakers, Big Tech Turns Up the Gaslight (Thu, 30 Jul 2020)
It is less clear that tech executives’ strategy of evasive answers will continue to work now that lawmakers have begun doing their homework.
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‘This Is a New Phase’: Europe Shifts Tactics to Limit Tech’s Power (Thu, 30 Jul 2020)
The region’s lawmakers and regulators are taking direct aim at Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple in a series of proposed laws.
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Lawmakers, United in Their Ire, Lash Out at Big Tech’s Leaders (Fri, 31 Jul 2020)
The chiefs of Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook faced withering questions from Democrats about anti-competitive practices and from Republicans about anti-conservative bias.
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Titans of Tech Testify in Their Trust-Me Suits (Wed, 29 Jul 2020)
It’s a tongue twister, but also a strategy. Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai appeared before Congress and dressed the part.
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Memers Have a New Campaign Aimed at Getting Trump Out of Office (Wed, 29 Jul 2020)
Meme 2020, the social media collective that supported Michael Bloomberg’s presidential primary run, is back with a new focus: mail-in ballot registration.
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