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    Uber took down the taxi industry and now it wants a piece of public transit. That has transportation and urban planning experts deeply worried.
     
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    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron are taking tech CEOs to task over terrorist content that has been posted on their platforms.
     
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    Facebook reported first quarter earnings results after the bell on Wednesday.
     
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    TikTok, the Chinese social media platform pulled from app stores in India over claims it made children vulnerable to pornographic and other inappropriate content, will be available for download again after winning a court fight.
     
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    Bumble CEO and cofounder Whitney Wolfe Herd said the new feature, called Private Detector, is a "gesture" to show that it is "desperately trying to build safety products to engineer a more accountable internet."
     
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    The world's biggest election has tech companies scrambling to try and put a lid on misinformation in India. Twitter is now trying to make it easier for users to flag fake news aimed at voters.
     
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    President Donald Trump met with Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey on Tuesday, hours after Trump erroneously accused the social media company of "discriminatory" behavior toward conservative users.
     
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    The United Kingdom has reportedly settled on a compromise over Huawei's role in the country's 5G networks that appears aimed at pleasing both Washington and Beijing.
     
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    Snap reported first quarter earnings results after the bell on Tuesday.
     
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    A subsidiary of Google's parent company has become the first drone-delivery company to receive a critical Federal Aviation Administration certification.
     
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    Sri Lanka has blocked access to Facebook and other social media since Sunday's attacks. But such moves do little to hinder terrorists and can increase the spread of rumors.
     
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    Twitter's audience is growing again and engaging with the service more frequently as the company works to combat abuse on the platform.
     
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    A survey has revealed that the internet's most vulnerable passwords are 123456, plus codes using names, sports teams and swear words.
     
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    Tesla CEO Elon Musk and other executives explained to investors Monday their plans to have more than a million full self-driving Teslas on roads next year.
     
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    Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced at an investor event Monday that he expects the company to operate robo-taxis next year.
     
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    Things are looking up for Huawei despite the best efforts of the US government.
     
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    Sri Lanka's nationwide block on social media sites continued through a second day on Monday. The country's government took the drastic step on Sunday, citing "false news reports" it said were circulating online, after hundreds were killed in multiple attacks.
     
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    Samsung will not launch its innovative, expensive and troubled Galaxy Fold on schedule.
     
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    Sri Lanka placed a nationwide block on social media sites after more than 200 people died in multiple attacks on Sunday. The government, in taking the drastic step, cited "false news reports" it said were circulating online.
     


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