When regulation presents a (rare) opportunity

Bradley Tusk

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Woman Offers Advice To People Who Are Staying At Home With Their Spouse During The Coronavirus Quarantine

Even though social distancing is highly admonished during these difficult times and people choose to stay home with their loved ones, biding behind locked doorways with your significant other 24/7 may not be as idyllic as it may seem from…

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Six 14 Y.O. Students Accidentally Discovered Secret Tunnels, Spent 3 Weeks Planning A Candy Heist Before Chaos Ensued

School as a conception is anything but arousing with its strict formalities and serious focus on education, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t actually be fun. School can be a very exciting place, whether it is due to amazing…

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Twitter rewrites Developer Policy to better support academic research and use of good bots

Twitter today updated its Developer Policy to clarify settles around data application, be recorded in academic investigate, as well as its position on bots , among other things. The program has also been entirely rewritten in an effort to simplify…

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Comedian/Activist Legally Changes Name to Hugo Boss to Take on Fashion House

When the comedian, formerly known as Joe Lycett, heard that fashion house Hugo Boss was transmitting discontinue and desist a letter addressed to donations and small businesses who were using the word ‘BOSS’ in their name, he turned his outrage…

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Activist investors want to crank up the Twitter revenue machine

When Elliott Management, a New York investment firm with an partisan approach, provides its visions on a company, it typically makes it has been under-performing, and it find a ton of unmet potential. News broke on Friday that the company…

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Three-quarters of Americans lack confidence in tech companies ability to fight election interference

A substantial majority of Americans have lost faith in tech fellowships’ ability to prevent the misuse of their programmes to influence the 2020 general elections, according to a new study from Pew Research Center, released today. The study found that…

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Kesha, Lil Wayne, and Albums That Don’t Need a Viral Hit

Nothing exists in pop culture without a mutant. Craftsmen have borrowed( or merrily plagiarized) from their peers for centuries, but with the highway meme culture raucously spreads online, every bit of today’s pop art–rap psalms, Marvel attributes, memorable representations from…

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Facebooks Twitter account compromised, hacker group claims credit

There’s this brilliant feeling on Fridays if you’re a reporter when you think that all the things you have to write about are complete. You kickstart some work for Monday. Maybe you be strengthened a to-do list. Hell, you might…

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Twitter-backed ShareChat eyes fantasy sports in India

The germinating grocery of fantasy boasts in India may soon have a brand-new and odd entrant: ShareChat. The local social networking app, which in August last year raised $ 100 million in a financing round led by Twitter, has developed…

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