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Facebook Lost a Major Housing-Discrimination Case

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In addition, all housing ads will be viewable on a public portal, presumably on the model of the company’s political-ad archive. And Facebook agreed to
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What Instagram’s New Shopping Feature Means For Your Data

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On Tuesday, Instagram is taking one of its most obvious strengths one step further. The company announced that for a beta test with 20 major
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What Happened to the Uber-for-X Companies?

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Read: The online gig economy’s “race to the bottom” Looking at this incredible flurry of funding and activity, it’s worth asking: They’ve done so much—upended
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Google’s Nest Home-Security Devices Had Hidden Microphones

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“The on-device microphone was never intended to be a secret and should have been listed in the tech specs,” the statement reads. “That was an
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It’s Impossible to Follow a Conversation on Twitter

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The theoretical benefit of being on Twitter, a broadcast-based open social network, is to talk with other people and follow their conversations, even ones that
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The Latest Self-Driving-Car Statistics From California

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Read: Inside Waymo’s secret world for training self-driving cars Apple, whose self-driving program is less high-profile, came in at No. 3 in miles driven, with
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Jeff Bezos Accuses the National Enquirer of Extortion

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Read: Why is the National Enquirer so obsessed with Jeff Bezos? It was this email that motivated Bezos to publish the correspondence. On Wednesday, he
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When Amazon Went From Big to Unbelievably Big

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Amazon’s origin story is firmly embedded in the chunky-sweatered dorkiness of the late-1990s dot-com boom. But the Amazon of today—the dominant, ubiquitous retailer of everything—is
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Walgreens Tests New Smart Coolers

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Walgreens is piloting a new line of “smart” coolers—fridges equipped with cameras that scan shoppers’ faces and make inferences on their age and gender. On