Facebook Says It Could Afford to Get Rid of News
Technology

Facebook Says It Could Afford to Get Rid of News

This happened after the ACCC, Australia’s competition watchdog, was asked to produce a code of conduct that would be imposed on tech companies in order to balance out the playing field.
How Silicon Valley Leaders Are Responding to the George Floyd Protests
Technology

How Silicon Valley Leaders Are Responding to the George Floyd Protests

Notable names in Silicon Valley express their support for the protests, including Elon Musk, Melinda Gates, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, and others.
WHO Warns That 'The Worst' of the Coronavirus Hasn’t Come Yet
Money

WHO Warns That 'The Worst' of the Coronavirus Hasn’t Come Yet

After clamors to reopen shutdown economies around the world continue to grow, World Health Organization head noted that “the worst is yet ahead of us” and cautioned that there’s still a lot we don’t know about the virus
Spotify to Suspend Political Ads in Early 2020
Politics

Spotify to Suspend Political Ads in Early 2020

The music streaming service said it lacks the resources needed to properly validate and review ad political content.
Here's How Social Networks Are Behaving During the Elections – And Why It Matters
Politics

Here's How Social Networks Are Behaving During the Elections – And Why It Matters

Social media has been one of the most important platforms used by politicians to promote their agenda, and the lack of fact-checking can greatly affect elections.
Fake Accounts from Iran And Russia Removed from Facebook
Technology

Fake Accounts from Iran And Russia Removed from Facebook

The company shut down four separate networks of accounts which reached around 250,000 users in the United States, Latin America, and North Africa.

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