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How to Keep Internet Trolls Out of Remote Workplaces (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
When companies move all employee communications online, they face the same problems as the rest of the internet. But they don’t have to let bad behavior seep in.
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Amazon Union Drive in Alabama Warehouse Gains Momentum (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
Workers at a warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., are to vote next month on whether to unionize, the largest and most viable effort of its kind involving the technology giant.
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Trump Wants Back on Facebook. This Star-Studded Jury Might Let Him. (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
A new kind of corporate supercourt is looking for legitimacy.
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Why Your TV Spies on You (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
Selling consumer electronics is hard, forcing companies to resort to shady tactics to make money.
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Four falsehoods Giuliani spread about Dominion. (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
On Monday, Dominion Voting Systems filed a defamation lawsuit against the former New York City mayor.
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Twitter will test letting some users fact-check tweets. (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
The company’s latest effort to curb misinformation will start with a small number of users.
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Monitoring the Weather at the Edge of the World (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
Marsibil Erlendsdottir runs a farm and provides weather reports from a remote outpost in eastern Iceland. The job requires vigilance and an unfailing resolve.
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Uber, After Buying Postmates, Lays Off More Than 180 Employees (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
The departures include most of the executive team at Postmates, the food delivery app that Uber bought last year.
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Help With Vaccination Push Comes From Unexpected Businesses (Sat, 23 Jan 2021)
Microsoft, Starbucks and Amazon are among the companies offering the government assistance with logistics and operations.
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Facebook Invokes Its ‘Supreme Court’ (Fri, 22 Jan 2021)
The site asks its oversight body to rule on Trump. But its justice system doesn’t work for everyone.
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Intelligence Analysts Use U.S. Smartphone Location Data Without Warrants, Memo Says (Mon, 25 Jan 2021)
The disclosure comes amid growing legislative scrutiny of how the government uses commercially available location records.
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Can a Brash Executive in Kansas Save Movie Theaters? (Fri, 22 Jan 2021)
For Adam Aron, who runs AMC Entertainment, the world’s largest movie theater chain, the past year has been filled with twists and turns. And no one knows the ending.
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An Australia With No Google? The Bitter Fight Behind a Drastic Threat (Fri, 22 Jan 2021)
The big tech platforms are facing a challenge unlike any other as Australia moves to make them pay for news.
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Google Shuts Loon Helium Balloon Project (Fri, 22 Jan 2021)
Begun nearly a decade ago, Loon was one of the company’s high-profile, cutting-edge efforts. But it was difficult to turn into a business.
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What Internet Censorship Looks Like (Thu, 21 Jan 2021)
In East Africa, too much Facebook has been awful. So has too little Facebook.
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Amid One Pandemic, Students Train for the Next (Thu, 21 Jan 2021)
Researchers have banded together to find safe, virtual ways to teach the principles of microbiology and epidemiology.
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‘A Total Failure’: The Proud Boys Now Mock Trump (Wed, 20 Jan 2021)
Members of the far-right group, who were among Donald Trump’s staunchest fans, are calling him “weak” as more of them were charged for storming the U.S. Capitol.
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QAnon believers struggle with inauguration. (Wed, 20 Jan 2021)
As President Biden took office, some QAnon believers tried to rejigger their theories to accommodate a transfer of power.
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President Biden’s Tech To-Do List (Wed, 20 Jan 2021)
The new administration will try to restrain Big Tech, manage China and expand internet access.
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NASA's Decision for S.L.S. Moon Rocket: Test Again, or Prepare for Launch? (Tue, 19 Jan 2021)
The booster of the Space Launch System was in good condition after a test was cut short, officials said.
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Parler Tries to Survive With Help From Russian Company (Tue, 19 Jan 2021)
The social network, popular with President Trump’s supporters, went offline last week after it was kicked off Amazon’s servers.
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Could a Small Test Screen People for Covid-19? (Tue, 19 Jan 2021)
A new modeling study hints that odor-based screens could quash outbreaks. But some experts are skeptical it would work in the real world.
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How to Make Data Privacy Real (Wed, 20 Jan 2021)
We need control over how our data is used. Thanks to California, there’s a promising new path.
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Is Rivian the Next Tesla? Investors Bet Big on Electric Truck Maker (Tue, 19 Jan 2021)
Rivian, which has raised another $2.65 billion, plans to sell a pickup truck and S.U.V. it has worked on for more than a decade.
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When Joe Biden Took the White House, He AlsoTook @WhiteHouse Twitter (Wed, 20 Jan 2021)
The transition of official White House social media handles in 2020 was more complicated than four years ago.
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Why T-Shirts Promoting the Capitol Riot Are Still Available Online (Wed, 20 Jan 2021)
Merchandise with phrases like “Battle for Capitol Hill Veteran” could still be purchased on major e-commerce sites, a sign of how the platforms have struggled to remove the goods.
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