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Twitter executive responsible for content safety resigns after Elon Musk criticism

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YouTube changes policy to allow false claims about past US presidential elections

YouTube says it will stop removing content that falsely claims the 2020 election and other past U.S. presidential elections were marred by widespread fraud, errors or glitches More »


Why are people in Britain talking about Boris Johnson’s WhatsApp messages?

Critics accuse the British administration of running “government by WhatsApp” due to the popularity of the messaging app with politicians and officials More »


Money stored in Venmo and other payment apps could be vulnerable, financial watchdog warns

Customers of Venmo, PayPal and CashApp should not store their money with those apps for the long term because the funds may not be covered by deposit insurance More »


California bill requiring Big Tech to pay for news gains momentum

A bill that would force Big Tech companies to pay news agencies for using their content passed its first big test in the state Legislature on Thursday More »


Boeing signs alternative fuel deal with Los Angeles startup to cut carbon footprint

A Los Angeles startup that is designing facilities to remove carbon dioxide from the ocean says it has struck a pre-purchase agreement with Boeing More »


AI chips are hot. Here's what they are, what they're for and why investors see gold

The hottest thing in technology is an unprepossessing sliver of silicon closely related to the chips that power video game graphics More »


Airbnb sues New York City over restrictions on short-term rentals

Airbnb is suing New York City over rules that the company says would make it much more difficult for people to turn their property into short-term rentals More »


Amazon to pay $31 million in privacy violation penalties for Alexa voice assistant and Ring camera

Amazon has agreed to pay a $25 million civil penalty to settle Federal Trade Commission allegations it violated a child privacy law and deceived parents by keeping for years kids’ voice and location data recorded by its Alexa voice assistant More »


US, Europe working on voluntary AI code of conduct as calls grow for regulation

The United States and Europe are drawing up a voluntary code of conduct for artificial intelligence, with a draft expected in weeks More »


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