Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar, here in July 2019, tells NPR the popular neighborhood app is taking steps to address reports of racial profiling and censorship on the platform.
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Reddit announced on Monday that it has banned the popular subreddit for Trump fans called The_Donald. Reddit previously had taken action against the forum over posting content that violated its rules.
Michigan State Police ran a facial recognition search for a suspect in Detroit. It suggested the 42-year-old Robert Williams was the suspect. He was arrested and detained. He and his lawyers say the algorithm failed and mistakenly identified him as someone else. Prosecutors have dismissed the case.
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Apple reopened some of its stores last month, requiring temperature checks and facial masks for customers. It says it's now closing nearly a dozen stores across four states in which coronavirus cases were climbing.
People raise their arms while marching on Market Street in San Francisco. As tech companies write statement and pledge money to address racial inequity, some Black tech workers are urging for more fundamental changes in the industry.
Research firm Graphika says a shadowy group of operatives in Russia produced more than 2,500 pieces of false information across seven languages on 300 different social media platforms. In one example, a fabricated tweet appears as if Sen. Marco Rubio is accusing British authorities of spying on President Trump.
Federal prosecutors on Monday unveiled criminal charges against six former eBay employees for allegedly carrying out a harassment campaign against a Massachusetts couple who run a ecommerce newsletter.