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10 things in tech you need to know today (FB)

10 things in tech you need to know today (fb)
Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Monday. *1. Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the US election, obtained a warrant for Russian-linked..
Business Insider

Twitter, Google Allowed Racist Ad Campaigns to Go Live, Too

twitter, google allowed racist ad campaigns to go live, too
Facebook isn’t the only social media platform that’s under fire for approving racist advertisements. Google — the world’s largest ad platform — allowed advertisers to target users based on..
The Wrap

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News video: Facebook and Google allowed racist, anti-Semitic ad keywords, reports say

Facebook and Google allowed racist, anti-Semitic ad keywords, reports say 01:09

Investigations by ProPublica and BuzzFeed found that the two online advertising behemoths permitted ad buyers to target categories of users with phrases like "Jew hater," "Jewish parasite" and "black..
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Dear Google, it’s time Android let me choose my own darn emoji

dear google, it’s time android let me choose my own darn emoji
Of all the changes Google is introducing with Android O, none will be more divisive than its decision to kill off its much loved/hated blob emoji in favor of more traditional-looking characters. And..
The Next Web

San Bernardino Victims' Families Accuse Tech Giants Of Enabling ISIS

san bernardino victims' families accuse tech giants of enabling isis
Watch VideoTech giants Facebook, Twitter and Google are facing a federal lawsuit. And all three companies have been accused of the same thing: knowingly supporting ISIS. According to court..
Newsy

Families of three Orlando shooting victims are suing these tech giants

The civil lawsuit claims Facebook, Twitter and Google allowed ISIS to use the social networks to spread extremist propaganda. Video provided by Newsy
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