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Aimee Pearcy

Aimee is a contributing editor at Pando.

  1. TikTok bid winner Oracle is at the heart of the modern surveillance state

    When it comes to collecting data, Oracle (and probably the State Department) has decided that maybe it’s not ideal to outsource its technology needs to China for once. Instead, surveillance technology will be “Made in the USA” moving forward. Designed in Redwood City. Deployed from Redwood City.

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    From the News desk

  2. Facebook just went full circle and launched 'Campus'

    Having thoroughly demolished democracy, Facebook is panicking that kids and teens might not want to use it anymore.

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    From the News desk

  3. 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.

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    From the Politics desk

  4. 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.

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    From the Interviews desk

  5. Apple slams Epic Games for being 'anticompetitive'

    New information from Apple contradicts Tim Sweeney's previous statement that he was not seeking a "special deal" with the App Store.

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    From the News desk

  6. Lyft almost suspended its services in California

    Lyft has just announced that it is suspending its ridesharing operations in California today at 11:59PM PT.

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    From the News desk

  7. Facebook's QAnon "crackdown" is not nearly enough

    Facebook has a weird habit of funnelling radical right-wing, pro-Trump conspiracy theories and misinformation towards users who don’t want to see it.

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    From the News desk

  8. Apple might win the battle with Epic Games, but it's losing the war

    Last week, Epic announced that it was suing Apple for booting it off the App Store following Epic's attempt to get around Apple's 30% cut by adding its own payment scheme to the iOS version of Apple.

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    From the News desk

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