The Trump administration is weighing a range of responses to the suspension of President Trump’s travel ban — like further appeals to a rewrite of the executive order. Meanwhile, National Security Council staffers are struggling to keep up with Trump’s tweets and craft policy to fit them. — [Rebecca Ballhaus / Wall Street Journal]
In a troubling sign of the times, U.S.-born NASA scientist Sidd Bikkannavar was detained by customs officials on his return from a recent trip abroad and not allowed to leave until he gave them his PIN code so that they could search his phone. — [Loren Grush / The Verge]
Feeling the competitive pressure from Sprint and T-Mobile, Verizon will start offering an unlimited data plan for the first time since 2011. — [Ryan Knutson / Wall Street Journal]
Apple CEO Tim Cook said fake news is “killing people’s minds,” and called for a major public education campaign and new tech tools to fight the spread of false stories and hoaxes. — [April Glaser / Recode]
Eddy Cue, the man in charge of Apple’s moves in music, movies and TV, will be interviewed onstage at Code Media tonight at 7:35 pm PT. Here’s how to watch the livestream on YouTube. — [Meghann Farnsworth / Recode]
On the latest episode of Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher, Flipboard CEO Mike McCue compares algorithm-driven social news feeds to junk food, and talks about the role of human editors in Flipboard’s customized “smart magazines.” — [Eric Johnson / Recode]
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This article originally appeared on Recode.net.