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With all 49 Democrats on board, Senate leaders sound off on plan to restore net neutrality

 Democrats in the Senate have achieved unanimous party support of the plan to undo the FCC’s recently passed order gutting net neutrality. All 49 Democratic Senators and one Republican are ready to officially disapprove the Restoring Interne...

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As David Letterman’s first Netflix guest, Barack Obama warns against the ‘bubble’ of social media

 David Letterman seems to be taking the title of his new Netflix show very seriously: On the very first episode of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman, he’s joined by former U.S. President Barack Obama. The episode has p...

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More details emerge of Uber’s tactics for thwarting police raids

 Yet another uncomfortable revelation about Uber’s legacy business and attitude to legal oversight: Between spring 2015 until late 2016 the ride-hailing giant routinely used a system designed to thwart police raids in foreign countries, acco...

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There’s no magic bullet for reversing the FCC’s net neutrality decision

 Huge numbers of people are upset at the FCC’s decision to undo its own highly popular net neutrality rules. But the grand plans to undo this mischief being announced left and right should be taken with a grain of salt. Unfortunately, it all...

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YouTube: More AI can fix AI-generated “bubbles of hate”

 Facebook, YouTube and Twitter faced another online hate crime grilling today by UK parliamentarians visibly frustrated at their continued failures to apply their own community guidelines and take down reported hate speech. Read More

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