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Facebook, Google and Twitter Struggle to Handle November’s Election

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, ordered a “lockdown” for hundreds of employees late last year. A lockdown is Facebook-speak for a period of intense, focused...
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Tulsi Gabbard’s Bias Lawsuit Against Google Rejected

Photo: Mario Tama (Getty Images) A federal judge dismissed outright loooooong-shot Democratic presidential candidate and Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard’s censorship lawsuit against Google this week,...
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Bloomberg’s Digital Strategy Sure Looks Like an Expensive Mess

Photo: George Frey (Getty Images) Former New York City mayor and billionaire oligarch Michael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign hasn’t had the best week since the Feb....
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Trump Offered Me a Pardon to Say the Russians Didn’t Hack Dems in 2016

Photo: Leon Neal (Getty Images) Lawyers for beleaguered WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claim that Donald Trump offered him a pardon if he’d claim the 2016...