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Today β€” October 23rd 2019Your RSS feeds

Zuckerberg to Admit That Facebook Has Trust Issues

By Mike Isaac, Cecilia Kang and Nathaniel Popper

The chief executive is expected to testify on Wednesday at a House committee hearing about his company’s cryptocurrency project.

Always Removes Female Symbol From Sanitary Pads

By Heather Murphy

The redesign was a response to requests from nonbinary and transgender customers.

Yesterday β€” October 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

Beyond the Grave: Franco’s Memory Exhumed

By MartΓ­n CaparrΓ³s

After 44 years, Spain’s opportunity to overcome historical grudges is at risk of becoming a symbolic gesture.

Nicolas Ghesquière, Poster Boy for Fashion-Against-Trump

By Vanessa Friedman

LVMH’s splashy ribbon cutting with the president spurs an angry Instagram post — by one of the company’s own stars.

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Facebook Lays On the Charm for Its Libra Cryptocurrency Plan

By Cecilia Kang and Nathaniel Popper

Executives fanned out in Washington to court lawmakers and regulators. Mark Zuckerberg is expected to testify about Libra this week before the House.

Facebook Lays On the Charm for Its Libra Cryptocurrency Plan

By Cecilia Kang and Nathaniel Popper

Executives fanned out in Washington to court lawmakers and regulators. Mark Zuckerberg is expected to testify about Libra this week before the House.

Facebook Finds New Disinformation Campaigns and Braces for 2020 Torrent

By Mike Isaac

The company also announced several new steps to reduce the spread of false information, including an effort to label posts from state-sponsored media.

Facebook Finds New Disinformation Campaigns and Braces for 2020 Torrent

By Mike Isaac

The company also announced several new steps to reduce the spread of false information, including an effort to label posts from state-sponsored media.

On β€˜Island’ in Russian Arctic, Arrival of Fast Internet Shakes Political Calm

By Anton Troianovski

Residents of Norilsk long felt isolated from their country’s turbulence. Then a mining company strung a fiber-optic cable across 600 miles of tundra.

Mitt Romney Admits to Having a Secret Twitter Account, β€˜Pierre Delecto’

By Mihir Zaveri

The senator acknowledged that he had an account, which he used to monitor political conversations online and defend himself.

Cruise Line Bars Woman Who Climbed on Balcony Railing for Selfie

By Neil Vigdor

The episode is emblematic of the selfie culture in which some people have died trying to get the ultimate photo.

The Chinese Threat to American Speech

By The Editorial Board

American companies have an obligation to defend the freedom of expression, even at the risk of angering China.

The Nightlife Outlaws of East Los Angeles

By Daniel Jack Lyons, Daniel Hernandez and Eve Lyons

Club Scum, a monthly party that embraces punk and drag, is a distillation of the fringe-friendly gay underground on the Eastside.

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