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  1. What I found out when I blocked apps from tracking my iPhone for one week

    When Apple made an appearance at the CES tech conference in Las Vegas in 2019, they also put up a sign. It wasn’t a billboard, as many news outlets claimed, but a 13-story Apple ad plastered onto the side of a hotel. It had one message: “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone”.

    By Rob Sturgeon , written on

    From the Privacy desk

  2. Gaming the Twitter system: lessons from the 2016 presidential election

    It’s 2020 and incumbent President Donald Trump is trailing in national polls. His political opponents are numerous and diverse, including disaffected Republicans represented by the Lincoln Project, Republican Voters Against Trump, and others in the “Never Trump” movement, as well as Democrats and progressives.

    By Jeffrey Layne Blevins & James Jaehoon Lee , written on

    From the Twitter desk

  3. Curators are the new creators

    We’re experiencing a content overload. There are an average of 550 new social media users each minute, and over 40,000 search queries on Google every second. The Facebook like button has been pressed 13 trillion times, and each new day welcomes another 682 million tweets.

    By Gaby Goldberg , written on

    From the Future of Journalism desk

  4. Facebook ads aren't the problem

    People are beginning to realize how much influence Facebook has over elections, and Zuckerberg is being accused of “setting the rules” for one of the most significant elections in history.

    By Aimee Pearcy , written on

    From the Politics desk

  5. Why “no code operations” will be the next big job in tech

    In my role at Airtable, I’ve had the pleasure of working with hundreds of startups. When we meet, we sometimes talk about how they could be using Airtable, but more often than not, we’ll just talk about the business in general. More specifically, because this is a favorite topic of mine, we’ll talk about the business processes. How does the work actually get done?

    By David Peterson , written on

    From the Employment desk

  6. 'Digital nomad' dating apps are helping remote workers to find love

    Remote work has never been more popular or more possible. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, millions of people are working from home. Some companies say that this will remain long after the pandemic is over.

    By Katie Lockhart , written on

    From the Love desk

  7. Greg Isenberg is unbundling internet communities

    Greg Isenberg is the founder of a communities design firm, @latecheckoutplz. His posts, The Guide to Unbundling Reddit and The Unbundling of Udemy, have inspired hundreds of people to start up their own online communities.

    By Aimee Pearcy , written on

    From the Interviews desk

  8. Lessons that TikTok creators can learn from Vine creators

    With TikTok’s future in peril, I don’t want to talk about doom and gloom. That’s not a helpful approach, and it doesn’t give content creators the insights they need to successfully manage their audience and channel while their platform is in crisis.

    By Joan Westenberg , written on

    From the TikTok desk

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