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Last night, House Democrats dropped a juicy 449-page document. The long-awaited report, which compared Big Tech to “oil barons and railroad tycoons,” was packed with evidence collected over the past 16 months that was designed to prove the companies held "monopoly power".
Facebook has gained a reputation for drastically failing to crack down on the spread of fake news, and has been receiving a mounting number of pleas from exhausted users to do something about it.
"Detoxes" and "cleanses" have become all the rage for people desperate to shed pounds. While there's still little evidence that they actually work, that hasn't stopped marketers from trying to push them.
Is the world becoming a better place?
According to a new study from Pew Research Center, 26% of US adults say they get their news from watching YouTube.
In November last year, Transport for London (TfL) took away Uber’s license for a second time after it was “found to be not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator licence”. Apparently now it's suddenly "fit and proper" again.
Cambridge Analytica boss Alexander Nix has been banned from running or serving as a director of limited companies in Britain for 7 years, effective from 5 October 2020.
TikTok finally took some moral responsibility and announced that it will ban ads for weight loss supplements, fasting apps, and anything that “promotes a harmful and negative body image.”
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