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Zuckerberg finally explains why Facebook is doing nothing about Trump’s posts

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained Friday night why his company would take no action on posts in which President Trump threatened “looting” in Minneapolis would lead to “shooting.” That explanation came roughly 16 hours after Twitter did take action and despite Zuckerberg’s having previously told Congress that posts inciting violence would not be tolerated on Facebook.

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9/11 saw much of our privacy swept aside. Coronavirus could end it altogether

The coronavirus pandemic could usher in an even more intense era of mass data collection — the vast hoovering up of who went near whom and when, who is healthy to travel, and scraps of personal DNA languishing in databases.

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How a badly-coded computer virus caused billions in damage

Wearing a striped shirt and Matrix-style dark glasses, Onel de Guzman stared at the floor as he made his way through a crowd of photographers into a hastily arranged press conference in Quezon City, a suburb of the Philippines capital Manila.

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These 12 essential apps will make quarantine bearable

It’s unclear how long we’ll be sequestered like this. We’ll keep you busy with a cadre of new apps.

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Google to release your location data to help fight coronavirus pandemic

Google (GOOGL) is publicly releasing the data it’s already collecting about people’s movements during the coronavirus pandemic.

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GameStop says it’s an essential business. Employees are outraged

Hundreds of GameStop stores around the United States remain open, despite the intensifying coronavirus outbreak and demands from irate employees to close the stores.

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Adidas launches footwear research into space so it can make better sneakers

Adidas is one of the latest companies to send materials to the International Space Station in the name of science. Or, in this particular case, more comfortable footwear.

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How TikTok became a hitmaker for the music industry

During the 1980′s, artist Matthew Wilder composed a song in about 30 minutes. That song, “Break My Stride,” has been featured in films and commercials over the years and turned him into a one-hit wonder.

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Facebook’s official Twitter and Instagram accounts were hacked

Facebook’s official social media accounts appear to have been hacked by a group that has previously compromised accounts belonging to HBO, the New York Times and, most recently, the NFL and a number of its football teams.

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Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend reportedly sent her brother text messages that were leaked to the National Enquirer

US prosecutors have obtained evidence indicating that Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez, sent her brother text messages that were later published in the National Enquirer in its story about their affair, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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