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Social MediaFacebook's former director of monetization says Facebook intentionally made its product as addictive as cigarettes — and now he fears it could cause 'civil war' (businessinsider.com)
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BusinessTesla sues Trump Administration to end tariffs on the ‘brain’ of its vehicles (techcrunch.com)
submitted 16 hours ago by CodePerfect
SoftwareNew version of Microsoft Office coming next year that won't require a subscription. (macrumors.com)
submitted 15 hours ago by AdamCannon
BusinessThailand takes first legal action against Facebook, Twitter over content (reuters.com)
submitted 12 hours ago by NiceJun
PrivacyDHS Admits Facial Recognition Photos Were Hacked, Released on Dark Web (vice.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by hildebrand_rarity
BusinessIllinois Facebook users tagged in photos can now submit claims as part of $650 million settlement (abcnews.go.com)
submitted 6 hours ago by magenta_placenta
SoftwareWikipedia is getting a new look for the first time in 10 years. Here’s why. (diff.wikimedia.org)
submitted 14 hours ago by Memey-McMemeFace
Site Altered HeadlineCalifornia moves to end sales of new gas-powered cars (apnews.com)
submitted 1 day ago by ohnoh18242872& 10 more
Social MediaFacebook removes hundreds of accounts linked to Russian agencies ahead of election (thehill.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by DonaldWillKillUsAll
PoliticsFacebook allowed hundreds of misleading super PAC ads, activist group finds (cnn.com)
submitted 8 hours ago by speckz
BusinessFormer Cambridge Analytica chief receives seven-year directorship ban (theguardian.com)
submitted 5 hours ago by x101y
BusinessFormer Facebook manager: “We took a page from Big Tobacco’s playbook” (arstechnica.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by swingadmin
PoliticsJudge gives Trump admin. Friday deadline to delay or defend TikTok ban | The ban was never straightforward—and it's getting more complex by the day (arstechnica.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by Eurynom0s
TransportationCalifornia bans new internal combustion engines, starting in 2035 (arstechnica.com)
submitted 9 hours ago by Philo1927
Masks that fit your face and your personality. Shop Now (redbubble.com)
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Robotics/AutomationBig In Japan: Giant Gundam Robot Makes Its First Moves In Yokohama (theguardian.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by auscrisos
BusinessFalling battery costs adds pressure on oil and gas industry (houstonchronicle.com)
submitted 1 day ago by skonats
SecurityFeds Hit with Successful Cyberattack, Data Stolen (threatpost.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by IntelZeus
HardwareAmazon unveils flying Ring security camera drone and Luna games service - Amazon's smart home security division Ring has unveiled a flying camera that launches if sensors detect a potential home break-in. (bbc.co.uk)
submitted 4 hours ago by TheSuspiciousKoala
HardwareStill not dead: The mainframe hangs on, sustained by Linux and hybrid cloud (networkworld.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by CrankyBear
SecurityOne of this year’s most severe Windows bugs is now under active exploit (arstechnica.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by MyNameIsGriffon
Facebook Busts Russian Disinfo Networks as US Election Looms (wired.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by MyNameIsGriffon
BusinessMore than 6 million US households will cut cable this year (businessinsider.com)
Machine LearningBleary-eyed U.S. election officials turn to signature-verifying software in mail-in surge (reuters.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by peard33
BusinessFirefox usage is down 85% despite Mozilla's top exec pay going up 400% (calpaterson.com)
submitted 1 day ago by PowerOfLove1985
SocietyLawmakers Demand Scrutiny of Racial Bias in Health Algorithms (wired.com)
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