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Tech companies are destroying democracy and the free press via @nytimes
Here’s how to watch Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘unfiltered’ talk on free speech and the internet
In the Accelerator over the Sea via @TechCrunch | Aboard the Sustainable Ocean Alliance's floating startup program
You can’t use Western digital marketing tactics for emerging markets — so adapt
SureCall reveals first FCC-compliant 5G mmWave cellular signal booster via @VentureBeat
At Amazon, workers unite to speak out on warehouses, climate and more via @CNET
CIO Jury: Only one-third of tech leaders say AR or VR is or will be a key technology in the next year via @ZDNet & @teena_maddox
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Lawmaker who helps fund NASA questions the agency’s need to get to the Moon by 2024 via @verge
Corporations are limiting public access to presidential primary debates via @vice | Debates should be available on every PBS station from coast to coast, but corporations manage them for profit.
Ancient Assyrian tablets seem to contain references to a massive solar storm via @Gizmodo
Google needs a sustainable phone moonshot via @engadget | If it’s serious about the environment, anyway.
US green economy’s growth dwarfs the fossil fuel industry’s
How one tweet turned pro-China trolls against the NBA via @WSJ
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Exclusive: Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard talks about the sustainability myth, the problem with Amazon—and why it’s not too late to save the planet
How scientists detected water on a potentially habitable exoplanet for the first time via @thenextweb
Google and Reddit defend law protecting tech companies from liability for user-generated content via @VentureBeat
Mozilla: Firefox 70 brings you these new security indicators via @ZDNet & @LiamT
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Why social networks keep tripping over their own content moderation policies via @verge
An Austin startup can 3D-print tiny homes in 24 hours for a fraction of the cost of traditional homebuilding — here's how Icon could revolutionize affordable housing mTerm=topbar&referrer=twitter via @businessinsider
Without encryption we will lose all privacy. This is our new battleground | Edward Snowden via @guardiantech
Here are Twitter's latest excuses as to why it allows the US President to break its rules constantly via @Gizmodo
Washington State keeps enforcing net neutrality as it hails FCC court loss via @arstechnica
Facebook's blockchain boss David Marcus defends the feasibility of Libra after a quarter of its partners drop out via @businessinsider
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China’s social credit system isn’t about scoring citizens — it’s a massive API ?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=China%25E2%2580%2599s%2Bsocial%2Bcredit%2Bsystem%2Bisn%25E2%2580%259 9t%2Babout%2Bscoring%2Bcitizens%2B%25E2%2580%2594%2Bit%25E2%2580%2599s%2Ba%2Bmassive%2BAPI via @thenextweb
OpenAI teaches a robotic hand to solve a Rubik’s cube via @VentureBeat
Did NASA find life on Mars in the 1970s? It's still up for debate via @CNET
Alexa, you’re scaring me: Study reveals top tech-driven concerns via @ZDNet & @eileenb
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SF votes to ban cars from Market Street via @CurbedSF
Malware that spits cash out of ATMs has spread across the world harebutton via @vice
The year’s best wildlife photos remind us why nature is worth fighting for via @EARTH3R
Twitter outlines when it would restrict world leaders' tweets via @engadget
Near-infinite specific thrust from drive that ignores physics
Machine learning can't flag false news, new studies show
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Facebook's new Portal increases privacy, but is still searching for a reason to exist via @TechCrunch
This is how CIOs should approach ethics and privacy via @thenextweb
Facebook: Automation is a ‘blunt instrument’ for interpreting context around banned content via @VentureBeat
Mozilla is sharing YouTube horror stories to prod Google for more transparency via @CNET
Workers more likely to trust AI over their managers, says survey via @ZDNet & @ldignan
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Apple’s Tencent privacy controversy is more complicated than it looks via @verge
This student is one of the top scientists studying faster-than-light warp drives es?utm_campaign=sharebutton via @vice
'We are nations:' What environmental justice looks like for Indigenous people via @EARTH3R
The UK likely got more power from renewables than fossil fuels last quarter via @engadget
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