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In the midst of the heated US presidential race last summer, with hypercharged scrutiny of partisan propaganda on social media, Facebook Inc chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg received a letter from a group of US senators led by Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren that had nothing to do with elections. They were angry about a year-old piece of climate news.
Facebook’s independent Oversight Board announced on April 13 it would start accepting requests to remove “harmful content” that users believe has been wrongly allowed to remain on the leading social network.
One of Germany’s toughest data regulators is seeking an administrative order that would stop Facebook Inc from collecting user data from its WhatsApp unit.
SHENZHEN, China (Reuters) -Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies is making business resilience its top priority with a push to develop its software capabilities as it seeks to overcome U.S. restrictions that have devastated its smartphone business.
NASA will be making the first-ever attempt at powered, controlled flight on another planet with its mini 1.8kg helicopter, dubbed the Ingenuity, next week.
(Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc's fierce resistance to unionization, skepticism among workers that organizing could get them a better deal and decisions on election parameters all contributed to the apparently lopsided defeat of a labor drive at the company's warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, people close to the events said.
(Corrects headline, paragraph 1 to say Facebook "removes", not "suspends", 16,000 "groups", not "accounts")
For many who have been working remotely since March 2020, the home office never truly became one – just a makeshift setup meant to suffice for a few weeks or so. At which point life would surely be back to normal, right?
(Reuters) -Box Inc said on Thursday private equity giant KKR & Co Inc would lead a $500 million investment in the company and get a board seat, marking an end to the cloud services provider's strategic review.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday said first-quarter profit likely rose 44%, with analysts attributing the surge to brisk sales of smartphones and TVs, albeit tempered by a likely fall in chip earnings after a storm halted U.S. output.