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Recode

Recode

Uncovering and explaining how our digital world is changing — and changing us.

Mark Zuckerberg says he’s standing up for you. Yes, you.

Amy Klobuchar takes aim at 12 vaccine misinformation influencers

Facebook plans to go after Clubhouse — and podcasts — with a suite of new audio products

Watch NASA’s new autonomous helicopter take flight on Mars

Andrew Cuomo and Google’s former CEO push to cap internet prices for low-income New Yorkers

Biden makes good on his promise to punish Russia for the massive SolarWinds hack

Jeff Bezos seems to be reckoning with his legacy in the wake of the Amazon union drive

Substack wants to pay you to write about local news

Like it or not, you should probably start paying attention to bitcoin

Fast food over fine dining: What spending data tells us about the pandemic recovery

Tech billionaires are staying “very, very quiet” on proposals to tax their wealth

You can finally ask Facebook’s oversight board to remove bad posts. Here’s how.

Larry Ellison bought an $80 million mansion in Florida — but he’s tearing it down

The Amazon union vote is over. Here’s what happens now.

Amazon has won a historic warehouse union election. But the battle is not over.

Why a global chip shortage is screwing up America’s pickup trucks

WarnerMedia’s CEO says that in 2022 his movies will debut in theaters before they stream

The number of billionaires spiked by 30% during the pandemic

YouTube says it’s better at removing videos that violate its rules, but those rules are in flux

Tim Cook hints that Apple is making its own autonomous car

Biden wants to give electric cars a huge boost. Will people buy them?

Biden’s plan to fix America’s broken internet, briefly explained

Your Slack DMs aren’t as private as you think

Vaccine-themed gear is in high demand on Etsy

The FDA just made cheap, rapid, at-home Covid-19 testing even easier to get

Dark patterns, the tricks websites use to make you say yes, explained

Did you work remotely last year? A surprise tax might be waiting for you.

The case for — and against — breaking up Google

Facebook is defending its algorithms. Critics aren’t buying it.

Americans believe in work. WeWork preyed on that instinct.

The results of Amazon’s historic union vote are days away

Everything you need to know about vaccine passports

What Americans really think about billionaires during the pandemic

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Why we can’t stop talking about billionaires

Amazon started a Twitter war because Jeff Bezos was pissed

How a $25 million donation to help students got ensnared in politics

If Mark Zuckerberg won’t fix Facebook’s algorithms problem, who will?

Even WeWork is going public thanks to SPACs

At least one member of Congress thinks we need a government agency to regulate social media companies

Tinder data shows how pandemic dating was even weirder than regular dating