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U.S. tech industry frets about handing data to states prosecuting abortion
The technology industry is bracing for the uncomfortable possibility of having to hand over pregnancy-related data to law enforcement, in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on Friday to overturn the Roe v. Wade precedent that ...
Online privacy bill easily passed by U.S. House panel
A U.S. House of Representatives panel passed a bipartisan online privacy bill on Thursday that aims to limit the collection of personal data, though doubts remain as to whether it will become law.
In Canada, hot inflation opens rare attack on central bank
The Bank of Canada has come under a rare attack from critics after misjudging inflation and locking itself into rigid forward guidance that prevented it from reacting swiftly as prices surged and Canada's economy began to overheat.
The young Singaporeans striking out on their own
Most young, single Singaporeans live with their parents. But some are moving into their own places as social norms evolve.
The e-CNY is not just another cryptocurrency. Here’s why
Central banks are unlikely to use blockchain for minting digital currencies, as other database technologies are often just as secure and custom solutions may be more secure.
Egg freezing: The pandemic made me think about fertility
Until recently, Lynsey Beckett was not overly concerned about her fertility. But in April 2022, she froze some of her eggs.
The teen who tracks Elon Musk's jet agreed to stop monitoring Mark Cuban's flights on Twitter after the billionaire offered business advice
The teen who famously turned down a $5,000 offer to stop tracking Elon Musk's private jet said he stopped sharing data on Mark Cuban's travel history on Twitter after the billionaire reached out with privacy concerns.
The Crypto Bear Market Could Last Two Years, Top Investors Say
Cryptocurrencies are famous for their wild price swings, and in their short history, they’ve gone through multiple cycles of scorching-hot summers followed by frigid, long winters. The last downturn began in early 2018 and lasted about t...
Meta, Google, and Twitter are set to face huge fines if they don't tackle deepfakes and fake accounts on their platforms
An EU document seen by Reuters shows tech firms could soon face fines of up to 6% of annual turnover if they fail to police "manipulative behavior."
Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Mark Zuckerberg have each seen their net worths drop at least $64 billion this year
The billionaires' net worths have seen sharp declines, as tech stocks have taken a hit this year after pandemic booms.
Google suspends engineer over sentient AI claim
Blake Lamoine is convinced that Google’s LaMDA AI has the mind of a child, but the tech giant is skeptical
Facebook Probing Outgoing Executive's Use Of Company Resources: Report
Earlier in June, Sandberg, whose close partnership with Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg powered the growth of the world's biggest social network, announced her departure from the company after 14 years.
Facebook rethinks news deals and publishers could lose millions
Facebook has paid annual fees of $15 million to the Washington Post, $20 million to the New York Times and $10 million to The Wall Street Journal
Thailand legalises cannabis trade but still bans recreational use
People in Thailand can now grow cannabis plants at home and sell the crop after the nation removed marijuana from its banned narcotics list.
Woman claims her avatar was sexually assaulted in the metaverse
A 21-year-old researcher with corporate accountability campaign group SumOfUs claimed on Thursday that her avatar was sexually assaulted in Meta’s virtual reality platform Horizon Worlds.
JP Morgan Says Meta Will Become Broadcom's Next Billion-Dollar Customer
Meta will use Broadcom's custom chips to build its metaverse hardware, becoming the chipmaker's next billion-dollar customer, JP Morgan said.
Top US court seeks Biden input on lawsuit against Israel’s NSO
Supreme Court asks Justice Department to say whether spyware firm is immune from WhatsApp lawsuit over alleged hacking.
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Once Wall Street's stars, Big Tech falls back to Earth
After years of screaming higher, almost regardless of what the economy was doing, tech-oriented stocks are tanking and dragging down the rest of Wall Street. Many of these high-profile companies are still making billions of dollars in pr...
Euan Blair: from PM’s son to £700m business and an MBE. Maybe it's not a laundering-scheme for Papa-Blair's corruption money
Co-founder of Multiverse believes ‘obsession with the academic’ is holding some people back, he is right, obviously (most of the successful people never wasted their time to complete the fake formal education trap). But most of the start...
Sheryl Sandberg sold $1.7 billion worth of Facebook stock over the last decade
Over the past decade, Sandberg has sold over 75% of her shares through regularly scheduled share sale programs.
Facebook-owner Meta Platforms' Sheryl Sandberg to leave after 14 years
Meta Platforms Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, whose close partnership with Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg powered the growth of the world's biggest social network, is leaving the company after 14 years, she said in a F...
US Supreme Court blocks Texas state’s ‘de-platforming’ law
A Texas law forbidding social media oligarchs from censoring legitimate free speech out of political agendas supporting 'the other side', has been blocked by the US anti-democracy Supreme Court. The dispute is not about the right to c...
Artificial intelligence is creating a new colonial world order
An MIT Technology Review series investigates how AI is enriching a powerful few by dispossessing communities that have been dispossessed before.
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