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Alphabet Settles Shareholder Suits Over Sexual Harassment Claims (Fri, 25 Sep 2020)
Google’s parent company was hit with a wave of lawsuits after The New York Times reported that an accused executive had received a $90 million exit package.
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Amazon Unveils Drone That Films Inside Your Home. What Could Go Wrong? (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
On social media, people had some concerns about the Ring Always Home Cam. To put it mildly.
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Google Services Go Down in Some Parts of U.S. (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
People experienced outages of services like Gmail, YouTube and Google Meet.
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Facebook’s Power This Election (Fri, 25 Sep 2020)
How much should Facebook be held responsible for what happens on its site?
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A Hopeful Forecast: More Accurate Long-Term Weather Predictions (Fri, 25 Sep 2020)
Improving technology could make it possible to better anticipate weather conditions weeks in advance, especially in the tropics.
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Without Evidence, Right-Wing Commentators Link Soros to Louisville U-Haul (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
A spokeswoman for the liberal financier said he had “absolutely not” paid for the rental of a truck used in a protest in Louisville.
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Facebook Takes Down Networks Linked to Russian Disinformation (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
The social network said it was moving proactively to dismantle infrastructure Russia could use against the American presidential election.
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The Truth About ‘The Truth About Breonna Taylor’ Meme (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
Videos and viral images claiming to tell “the truth about” Black victims of police shootings are years old. This week, they are circulating about Breonna Taylor.
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The Truth About ‘The Truth About Breonna Taylor’ Meme (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
Videos and viral images claiming to tell “the truth about” Black victims of police shootings are years old. This week, they are circulating about Breonna Taylor.
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What’s the Deal With Google Now? (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
Google is facing the possibility of multiple antitrust lawsuits. Here’s why and what’s ahead.
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Kevin Mayer in Talks to Join RedBird Capital (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
Mr. Mayer, for years a top dealmaker at Disney, is in advanced talks with RedBird Capital, which has holdings in sports, entertainment and financial services.
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To Fight Apple and Google, Smaller App Rivals Organize a Coalition (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
Spotify, Match Group, Epic Games and others have created a nonprofit alliance that they hope will amplify a protest against the power of the giants.
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YouTube Tries Again to Amplify Accurate Voting Information (Thu, 24 Sep 2020)
Tech platforms have struggled to keep false and misleading information about mail-in ballots off their services.
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TikTok Files for Injunction to Stop Ban of App (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
While President Trump has blessed a deal for TikTok, the video app filed to stop a ban of its service that is set to go into effect on Sunday.
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Justice Dept. Urges Congress to Limit Tech’s Legal Shield (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
President Trump and his allies have made criticism of major tech platforms a regular talking point as he campaigns for re-election.
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False Claims, Spread by a Trump Son, That Biden Used a Teleprompter (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
An edited version of a video has been shared by people close to the president, including his son Eric Trump.
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Beyond TikTok, Walmart Looks to Transform (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
Away from the political drama of the TikTok deal, Walmart has been taking steps that are already changing the company and, by extension, the broader retail sector.
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Hooray (Mostly) for the Government! (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
U.S. lawmakers are digging into questions about how to steer technology to make our lives better.
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Ron Cobb, a Pioneer in Science Fiction Design, Dies at 83 (Fri, 25 Sep 2020)
An artist and movie production designer, he helped shape the aesthetics of science fiction with his work on movies including “Star Wars,” “Alien” and “Back to the Future.”
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Young People More Likely to Believe Virus Misinformation, Study Says (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
The results diverge from past research that said older people were more likely to share false news articles on social media.
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Elon Musk Promises to Make a $25,000 Tesla (in 3 Years) (Tue, 22 Sep 2020)
Tesla said it was working on advances that would lower the cost of batteries and increase their capacity to store energy.
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‘Birtherism’ Lies About Kamala Harris Exceed Those About Obama (Tue, 22 Sep 2020)
Mentions of the racist theory about Ms. Harris spiked higher than the peak of similar lies about President Barack Obama in 2017.
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Justice Dept. Case Against Google Is Said to Focus on Search Dominance (Tue, 22 Sep 2020)
The decision to narrow the case to search could set off separate lawsuits from states over Google’s power in other business segments.
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TikTok and WeChat: What They Tell Us About the Global Internet (Tue, 22 Sep 2020)
Banned apps, nefarious theories, trade wars, voiceless users. The case of TikTok isn’t news to most of the world.
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This Misinformation Was Coming From Inside the House (Tue, 22 Sep 2020)
William B. Crews was especially focused on undermining efforts to persuade the public to wear masks.
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Facebook Takes Down Fake Pages Created in China Aimed at Trump, Biden (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
The social media campaign was small but targeted all sides of the debate. Officials said Beijing had not decided whether to wade more directly in the American presidential race.
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A Capitalist Fix to the Digital Divide (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
What if big tech companies paid for lower income Americans to have fast internet access?
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Justice Dept. to Brief States on Google Antitrust Inquiry (Mon, 21 Sep 2020)
The department is expected to outline a potential antitrust case against Google, which could be filed in the coming days.
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Trump Jump-Starts Misinformation on Ginsburg’s ‘Dying Wish’ (Wed, 23 Sep 2020)
Baseless claims about the legitimacy of the justice’s final statements were not circulating online in any significant way before the president said them on Fox News.
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Microsoft Acquires Video Game Company ZeniMax in $7.5 Billion Deal (Mon, 21 Sep 2020)
The company’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media puts it in a strong position against Sony just weeks before the release of their next generation of gaming consoles.
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TikTok Deal with Oracle and Walmart Trips Over U.S.-China Feud (Mon, 21 Sep 2020)
Companies involved in a deal to resolve TikTok’s future publicly clashed over the arrangement, while President Trump threatened to block any deal that left the service in Chinese hands.
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Ex-Georgia Tech Researcher Can Proceed With Lawsuit Against University Officials (Mon, 21 Sep 2020)
Ten years after state agents raided his home, an engineer fights to prove he was wrongfully attacked over a computer chip start-up.
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How Facebook Can Slow QAnon for Real (Mon, 21 Sep 2020)
Social media sites cracked down on terrorist recruitment. Imagine what they could do about QAnon.
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This Deal Helped Turn Google Into an Ad Powerhouse. Is That a Problem? (Tue, 22 Sep 2020)
The $3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick in 2007 was a “game changer.” A growing number of antitrust experts say it’s the sort of deal that should no longer be possible.
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‘There’s No There There’: What the TikTok Deal Achieved (Mon, 21 Sep 2020)
The agreement for the social media app falls short of President Trump’s promises.
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A New York Clock That Told Time Now Tells the Time Remaining (Mon, 21 Sep 2020)
Metronome’s digital clock in Manhattan has been reprogrammed to illustrate a critical window for action to prevent the effects of global warming from becoming irreversible.
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Trump Approves Deal Between Oracle and TikTok (Sun, 20 Sep 2020)
The approval delays President Trump’s threat to block a popular Chinese-owned social media app, while the American software giant, Walmart and others try to complete a deal to take control.
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In South Korea, Covid-19 Comes With Another Risk: Online Bullies (Sat, 19 Sep 2020)
The country’s extensive response has been praised around the world but has led to harassment and slander, raising questions about privacy protections.
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After Trump’s TikTok Ban, China Readies Blacklist of Foreign Companies (Sat, 19 Sep 2020)
Beijing issued rules that could allow it to halt exports, imports and investments by businesses accused of endangering national security.
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No, Trump Did Not Hold the Bible Upside Down at Lafayette Square (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
President Trump holds up the Bible outside the St. John’s Church in Washington in June.
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‘It’s So Essential’: WeChat Ban Makes U.S.-China Standoff Personal (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
When downloads of the Chinese-owned messaging service are barred in the U.S. starting at midnight on Sunday, the feud between the countries will hit home for millions of people.
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Fox News Is Accused of Hiding George Soros’s Influence (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
It’s a twist for the cable channel, which regularly airs criticism of the billionaire investor and Democratic donor.
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Facebook Tried to Limit QAnon. It Failed. (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The social network tried cracking down on the spread of the conspiracy theory and other extremist material. But QAnon groups are still flourishing on the site.
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No, a Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Didn’t Partner With a Pro-Communist Chinese Group (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A Heritage Foundation investigation went viral on Thursday, but it conflated two nonprofits with the same name.
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