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Can America ever rebuild its neighborhoods and communities?

Can America ever rebuild its neighborhoods and communities? We talk a lot about startup ecosystems around these parts, and for good reason. Strong ecosystems have great reservoirs of talent congregated close together, a culture built around helping one another on ambitious projects, and sufficient risk capital to ensure that interesting projects have […]

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Ex-Facebook CPO Chris Cox now advises on climate & campaign tech

Ex-Facebook CPO Chris Cox now advises on climate & campaign tech Chris Cox’s motivational speeches were at the heart of Facebook’s new employee orientation. But after 14 years at the social network, the Chief Product Officer left in March amidst an executive shake-up and Facebook’s new plan to prioritize privacy by moving […]

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Vape lung ‘breakthrough’ suggests lethal culprit in THC products could be vitamin E acetate

Vape lung ‘breakthrough’ suggests lethal culprit in THC products could be vitamin E acetate Official word has come down from federal authorities on one potential cause of the mystery illness affecting vape users: Vitamin E acetate, a chemical found in some vaping products that has been demonstrated to linger in the lungs […]

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I ran digital ads for a presidential campaign, and Twitter is right to ban them

I ran digital ads for a presidential campaign, and Twitter is right to ban them Aaron Bartnick Contributor Share on Twitter Aaron Bartnick (@AaronBartnick) served as Digital Director for Congressman Seth Moulton’s presidential campaign. He is currently completing graduate studies at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. As the digital director for […]

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Banning digital political ads gives extremists a distinct advantage

Banning digital political ads gives extremists a distinct advantage Jessica Alter Contributor Share on Twitter Jessica Alter is co-founder and chairman of Tech for Campaigns, an organization building the lasting tech and digital arm for Democrats and has helped over 200 campaigns on this front since 2017. Jack Dorsey’s announcement that Twitter […]

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Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups

Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups Dan Burgar Contributor Share on Twitter Dan Burgar is President of the Vancouver VR/AR Association, where he has helped develop the city’s ecosystem into the second largest VR/AR hub globally. He’s also a partner at Shape Immersive, which creates innovative solutions for top […]

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Saudi Arabia reportedly recruited Twitter employees to steal personal data of activists

Saudi Arabia reportedly recruited Twitter employees to steal personal data of activists Saudi Arabian officials allegedly paid at least two employees of Twitter to access personal information on users the government there was interested in, according to recently unsealed court documents. Those users were warned of the attempt in 2015, but the […]

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Huawei calls hackers to Munich for secret bug bounty meeting

Huawei calls hackers to Munich for secret bug bounty meeting Chinese tech giant Huawei has asked some of the world’s best phone hackers to a secret meeting in Munich later this month as the company tries to curry favor with global governments, TechCrunch has learned. Sources with knowledge of the November 16 […]

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Disinformation ‘works better than censorship,’ warns internet freedom report

Disinformation ‘works better than censorship,’ warns internet freedom report A rise in social media surveillance, warrantless searches of travelers’ devices at the border, and the continued spread of disinformation are among the reasons why the U.S. has declined in internet freedom rankings, according to a leading non-profit watchdog. Although Freedom House said […]

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Twitter says government demands for user data continue to rise

Twitter says government demands for user data continue to rise Twitter says the number of government demands for user data are at a record high. In its latest transparency report covering the six-months between January and June, the social media giant said it received 7,300 demands for user data, up by 6% […]

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