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17.Sep.21 5:40 PM

Apple CEO Tim Cook to discuss immigration policy with employees

Premiere for season two of the TV series Ted Lasso in West Hollywood Istanbul is told an all-hands meeting of employees on Friday that he planned to discuss U.S. immigration policy with U.C.
17.Sep.21 5:21 PM

Apple, Google remove'smart voting app' from Russian stores

Bloomberg - - Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc., Alphabet Inc: removed a boycott voting app from their Russian stores on Friday as the parliamentary elections got underway, a move that pleased the Kremlin but was met swiftly by Washington and opposition activists.
17.Sep.21 2:06 PM

Grammy-winning composer Tom Kitt explains how the pandemic affected his career

Broadway shows returned to Tuesday night after shutting for a year and a half following the onset of the pandemic.Fan favorites like Wicked, the Lion King and Hamilton are allowing audiences with masks and proof of vaccination to experience their magic once more.
17.Sep.21 1:10 PM

HBO Max to launch $13.99 a month as competition intensifies

This is lower than Prime Video membership of $8.99 per month, plus taxes. HBO Max is normally priced at $13.99 a month.
17.Sep.21 6:50 AM

The Wall Street Journal just published a series of scathing articles on Facebook

New York CNN Business This week the Wall Street Journal released a series of scathing articles about Facebook, citing leaked internal documents that detail in remarkably frank terms how the company is not only well aware of its platforms' negative effects on users but also how it has repeatedly failed to address them.
16.Sep.21 11:50 AM

Election Commission says Twitter did not violate campaign finance laws

One of the Federal Election Commission members who rejected a claim that Twitter violated campaign finance laws by censoring The Post's reporting on Joe Biden's laptop said that the social media giant may have been biased in favor of then-candidate Hunter Biden, but did not break the law.
16.Sep.21 11:35 AM

Facebook takes a more aggressive approach against fake accounts

Exclusive-Facebook to target fake coordination by real accounts using the playbook against harmful networks Reuters - Facebook is taking a more aggressive approach to shut down coordinated groups of real-user accounts engaging in certain harmful activities on its platform, using the same strategy its security forces.