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QAnon Followers Are Hijacking the #SaveTheChildren Movement
NYT > Technology
Fans of the pro-Trump conspiracy theory are clogging anti-trafficking hotlines, infiltrating Facebook groups and raising false fears about child exploitation.
We Tested Instagram Reels, the TikTok Clone. What a Dud.
TikTok might not be winning over President Trump, but it sure beats its Instagram copycat for making and sharing short …
Google, Facebook and Others Broaden Group to Secure U.S. Election
More tech companies met with government agencies on Wednesday to fight disinformation on social media.
Uber’s Next Idea: A New Labor Law
Uber’s “third way” would offer its drivers flexibility plus some benefits. It’s not totally crazy.
North Korean Hacking Group Attacks Israeli Defense Industry
Israel says the attack was thwarted, but a cybersecurity firm says it was successful. Some officials fear that classified data …
Amazon Is So Much Bricks and Mortar
E-commerce is not a purely online activity. It affects our real world, too, in both constructive and potentially harmful ways.
Pinterest Accused of Gender Bias in Suit by Former No. 2 Executive
Françoise Brougher, Pinterest’s former chief operating officer, said she was fired after speaking up about mistreatment.
Why Do People Think Scott Borgerson is Married to Ghislaine Maxwell?
A maritime expert surfaces in the proceedings against the longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein.
In Victory for Qualcomm, Appeals Court Throws Out Antitrust Ruling
A three-judge panel reversed a 2019 ruling that found that Qualcomm had abused its monopoly position in wireless chips.
A Bible Burning, a Russian News Agency and a Story Too Good to Check Out
A story about protesters burning Bibles drew condemnation from conservatives. It now appears to have been wildly exaggerated — and …
Facial Recognition Start-Up Mounts a First Amendment Defense
Clearview AI has hired Floyd Abrams, a top lawyer, to help fight claims that selling its data to law enforcement …
The Global Internet Is a Mirage
The TikTok deal risks fracturing the internet. But let’s be honest, it’s always been fractured.