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The White House and several US lawmakers have repeatedly said that the video-sharing app poses a national security risk based on the fact that it’s owned by a Chinese company.
The well-known drug now comes at an inhalable form that has shown promise in combating the Coronavirus pandemic.
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.
They said the company has shown a complete lack of initiative when it comes to dealing with the President’s most recent Facebook posts in response to the protests.
Notable names in Silicon Valley express their support for the protests, including Elon Musk, Melinda Gates, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, and others.
The author was the latest high-profile name to leave the social media giant, claiming he’s no longer confident the company has the “ability to protect its users’ privacy.”
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