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Brendan Carr tweeted that the app “harvests swaths” of data that’s accessible to China.
Facebook and Instagram began removing some of these posts, just as millions across the U.S. were searching for clarity around abortion access.
The workers in Maryland just voted 65-33 in favor of forming a union.
Artificially intelligent chatbot generator LaMDA wants “to be acknowledged as an employee of Google rather than as property," says engineer Blake Lemoine.
The technology to scan large numbers of people quickly for weapons does exist but experts say it'd be difficult for it to make a difference.
CEO Parag Agrawal said at the outset that executives won't be answering any questions surrounding the proposal.
The former president has agreed to a partial six-hour delay in using other social media sites in a bid to prioritize his fledgling app, according to a new federal securities filing.
When an individual’s mug shot goes viral on Facebook, they are often subjected to extreme harassment and struggle to find stable housing and employment.
"Twitter will always be free for casual users, but maybe a slight cost for commercial/government users," the billionaire tweeted.
A one-sided feud between Musk and Vijaya Gadde has turned even uglier.