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CEO Anne Wojcicki explains the DNA testing company's privacy protections on the latest Too Embarrassed to Ask. [Read More]
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Zuckerberg went live on his Facebook page on Thursday to share the company's plans. [Read More]
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The company has also made a small number of layoffs, according to Bloomberg. [Read More]
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Rutenberg joined Recode's Peter Kafka on the latest episode of Recode Media to talk about Russia, social media and the intersection of tech and politics. [Read More]
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Facebook's ethos, and Facebook's Russia problem, in one sentence. [Read More]
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Betting on Showtime. [Read More]
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Imagine a world where members and their staffs worked in their district instead of in D.C. [Read More]
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Its size could also be a liability. [Read More]
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Twitter is briefing Senate lawmakers next week about the use of bots, Sen. Mark Warner has said... [Read More]
Zuckerberg still maintains he doesn't want to be the president, though. [Read More]
The company considered changing its name, but decided against it. [Read More]
Plus, Facebook is moving into San Francisco, streaming is reanimating the music business, and Nest is back with a home-security suite. [Read More]
Phones, today. But tomorrow ... [Read More]
Better targeting = better ads, Pinterest hopes. [Read More]
That brings the company's total funding to $245 million. [Read More]
As of today, Waymo is pursuing nine separate trade secret claims. [Read More]
Spotify, Apple Music and other services have 30 million U.S. subscribers, and streaming revenue is up 48 percent so far this year. [Read More]
"This is about basic human dignity and respect," says Apple's CEO. [Read More]
Plus, VCs sue the Trump administration, Patreon gets paid and Silicon Valley goes kookoo for ICOs. [Read More]
Exec David Cohen also raises some potential concerns with the Sinclair-Tribune deal. [Read More]
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