Facebook plans ‘independent’ committee for content moderation appeals

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Facebook plans ‘independent’ committee for content moderation appeals In response to the recent New York Times report, Facebook just announced that it was going to take important steps in curtailing misinformation. During a call with reporters, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook will…

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Google appeals its $5 billion EU antitrust fine

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Google appeals its $5 billion EU antitrust fine In July, the European Commission fined Google a record-setting €4.3 billion ($5 billion) for antitrust violations regarding its Android OS. Now, Google’s pushing back on that fine. “We have now filed our appeal of…

Court rules Uber can force drivers into arbitration over pay, benefits

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Court rules Uber can force drivers into arbitration over pay, benefits Uber drivers hoping to be treated as employees may have to go it alone. A federal appeals court in San Francisco has overturned a ruling that would have allowed drivers to…

Court blocks FCC from cutting broadband subsidies in tribal lands

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Court blocks FCC from cutting broadband subsidies in tribal lands, The FCC has hit a snag in its plan to curb broadband subsidies for low-income homes. A DC appeals court has issued a stay order temporary blocking the regulator from limiting the…

Justice Department appeals approval of Time Warner-AT&T merger

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Justice Department appeals approval of Time Warner-AT&T merger , Just when we thought the AT&T–Time Warner merger was finally a done deal when a judge ruled in its favor last month, it seems not everyone will accept it. The Justice Department is…

Apple’s MacBook Pro refresh appeals to power users

Apple’s MacBook Pro refresh appeals to power users

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Apple’s MacBook Pro refresh appeals to power users , Good news, Mac fans: If you were waiting for Apple to refresh the MacBook Pro, today is your lucky day. Both the 13- and 15-inch models have received some under-the-hood upgrades, along with…