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Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher

Edward Snowden says Facebook is just as untrustworthy as the NSA

Former Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn’s next move: investing in a phone secure enough for the president

Three big ideas for tech regulation from Senator Mark Warner

From Jeffrey Epstein to Trump’s Ukraine phone call, whistleblowers have never been this important, says lawyer who represented MIT Media Lab whistleblower

To bring “prestige” back to education, make teachers tax-exempt, says Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman

Big Tech is “scary” because it wants to be the solution to everything, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says

The Wing wants to fight gender bias in hiring by helping its members hire each other

Millions of young people will “storm the Bastille” if we don’t fix income inequality, 2020 candidate Marianne Williamson says

Every tech company should “work together and fix things,” says Microsoft President Brad Smith

Workers need to be part of the conversation about UBI, says “Beaten Down, Worked Up” author Steve Greenhouse

CEOs may promise to be ethical, but most of them do the bare minimum, says The Enlightened Capitalists author James O’Toole

Social media is the perfect petri dish for bias. The solution is for tech companies to slow us down.

Scooters may be a better business than Uber or Lyft, says Lime president Joe Kraus

Every telecom company can be hacked and “everybody should be suspect,” Huawei USA’s chief security officer says

The wrong US response to Russia and China may trigger a “new Cold War,” warns Stanford University’s Larry Diamond

Rep. Lauren Underwood says supporting impeachment would “look like a power grab” to her swing district

“The $300 textbook is dead,” says the CEO of textbook maker Pearson

Cambridge Analytica made “ethical mistakes” because it was too focused on regulation, former COO says

Megan Rapinoe still isn’t going to the White House, even if Trump invites her

Will Reddit un-quarantine its biggest pro-Trump community? CEO Steve Huffman isn’t holding his breath.

In 10 years, every “relevant” company will be a tech company, Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake says

“We’re not ready” for foreign election interference in 2020, says Rep. Adam Schiff

Why 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang doesn’t want to break up Google

Presidential candidate Michael Bennet is way behind in the polls. But he believes he can win the nomination — and beat Trump.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg talks about systemic racism, regulating tech, and the divided Democratic Party on Recode Decode

Pete Buttigieg says Americans should have the right to hide personal details from the internet

Taffy Brodesser-Akner’s first novel is about divorce in the age of Tinder

Journalist Carole Cadwalladr has a question for tech workers: Are you okay with your bosses enabling “techno-fascism”?

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon: the Code Conference interview (transcript)

Rockefeller Foundation president Raj Shah: the Code Conference interview (transcript)

Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian: the Code Conference interview (transcript)

Twitter’s Kayvon Beykpour and Vijaya Gadde: the Code Conference interview

The problem with tech people who want to solve problems

If the Senate won’t convict Trump, “Why is that bad for the Democrats?” asks the Intercept’s Mehdi Hasan

Russia and China are waging a “shadow war” against the US, and the battlefields will be AI and space, CNN’s Jim Sciutto says

Silicon Valley needs new investors if it wants to close the gender gap, Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani says

The decline of trust in science “terrifies” former MIT president Susan Hockfield

Because of AI, the value of a computer science degree will “diminish over time,” says investor Mark Cuban

We should opt into data tracking, not out of it, says DuckDuckGo CEO Gabe Weinberg

Twitter co-founder Ev Williams says social media will get better ... eventually