Snap Turning Virtual Reality Into Real Money

If you still think of Snapchat as a niche platform for the world’s youth to send one another fleeting selfies

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Social-Media Algorithms Rule How We See the World. Good Luck Trying to Stop Them.

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when we lost control of what we see, read—and even think—to the biggest social-media companies.

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WhatsApp Delays Rollout of New Privacy Tools After User Backlash

WhatsApp is delaying a controversial update to its privacy policy after backlash from some users over how it would share

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Airbnb’s Section 230 Use Underscores Law’s Reach Beyond Facebook

As lawmakers and tech executives prepare for a major battle over an internet liability shield this year, a look at

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Apple, Amazon Move to Marginalize Parler

Apple Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. halted support for Parler, dealing a major blow to a social-media service that has soared

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Jan. 6 ‘ought to shape the future of tech’: How the Capitol siege could lead to Big Tech reform

Big Tech is bracing for a regulatory reckoning following the siege of the Capitol on the same day Democrats won

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Twitter Faces a Trumpless Future

Twitter investors may be worried about a future without President Trump. They should instead consider it the cost of doing

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Inside the Google-Facebook Ad Deal at the Heart of a Price-Fixing Lawsuit

State attorneys general said in a lawsuit earlier this month that a 2018 business agreement between two digital advertising giants,

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These Are the U.S. Antitrust Cases Facing Google, Facebook and Others

Google is among the handful of big technology companies facing growing scrutiny from U.S. regulators concerned about anticompetitive conduct. Photo:

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