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The police want your phone data. Here’s what they can get — and what they can’t.

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Amazon’s top lawyer sent a “Black Lives Matter” memo. But he didn’t mention his own racial controversy.

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Mark Zuckerberg on leaked audio: Trump’s looting and shooting reference “has no history of being read as a dog whistle”

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Facebook’s employee revolt

Facebook’s employee revolt

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First Twitter, now Snapchat: Trump’s war on social media has a new target

Read the transcript of Mark Zuckerberg’s tense meeting with Facebook employees

Zoom wants to “work together” with the FBI. That may not be as bad as it sounds.

From Citizen to Signal, the most popular apps right now reflect America’s protests

Why people are posting black squares on Instagram

Facebook’s new feature will help you erase your weird teenage years

After George Floyd’s death, tech billionaires are wrestling with their responsibilities when it comes to race

Minnesota law enforcement isn’t “contact tracing” protesters, despite an official’s comment

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Target’s history of working with police is not a good look right now

Many Facebook employees think the company needs to stand up to Trump now more than ever

SpaceX finally sent humans to space. What happens next?

Watch Elon Musk’s private space company try to send humans to space

Listen to our new podcast with never-before-told stories about Amazon’s ascent

Feds flew an unarmed Predator drone over Minneapolis protests to provide “situational awareness”

Why Big Tech isn’t fighting Trump in public this time

Facebook and Twitter have similar policies. But only Twitter is fighting Trump.

Oh great, now we’re running out of bikes

The Minnesota Freedom Fund is all over Twitter. Here’s what it does.

Why millions of Americans are getting coronavirus stimulus payments on scammy-looking debit cards

The best and worst of the biggest streaming services

Trump’s executive order on social media is legally unenforceable, experts say

Section 230, the internet free speech law Trump wants to change, explained

Trump’s Twitter tantrum is a distraction for everyone — including himself

Trump is threatening to close down social media companies. Can he actually do that?

“We are correcting the erasure of black lives”: What On the Record’s subjects say about Me Too

Twitter now lets you disable replies. It could be its best change yet.

Tech billionaires are plotting sweeping, secret plans to boost Joe Biden

Big Tech thought the pandemic wouldn’t be political. Think again.

The pandemic could change air travel forever

Twitter has finally started fact-checking Trump

Working from home for a while? Here’s how to do it securely.

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The pandemic will put billionaires’ commitment to journalism to the test

Facebook is the latest major tech company to let people work from home forever

Mike Bloomberg shakes up the digital shop that Joe Biden is thinking about hiring

Facebook Messenger will now try to fight scammers without reading your messages

Office work will never be the same

Apple and Google roll out their new exposure notification tool. Interest seems limited.