Big Tech’s next big problem is people ‘Mr. Sweepy ‘

Private suits follow government people for one simple reason: when it comes to obtaining evidence, regulators have distinct advantages. Federal and state investigators may collect internal documents and interview officers … Read More

Russian campaign promotes homegrown vaccine and undercuts rivals

Intelligence officials in the United States saw the first upsurge in Russia targeting Spanish-speaking communities in August, when President Vladimir V. Putin announced that he had approved Sputnik V. Since … Read More

Cryptocurrency start-up underpaid women and black employees, data show

Fast-growing cryptocurrency start-up coinbase has been accelerated in recent months Tension between officers and employees Those who said that they are being treated unfairly because of their caste or gender. … Read More

As deadline laps, Trump administration continues Tickcock talks

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration allowed Tikotok’s Chinese parent company a Friday deadline to sell the viral video app for defaults, a person with knowledge of the decision said. But … Read More

The Republican antitrust election of the news can help spread misinformation.

Last week’s election Joseph R. Skeptical about Biden Jr. looking into the reasons behind the casting, some researchers are pulling a link to the growing distrust of the news media … Read More

There is no evidence that people stole the names of young women to vote.

Monday evening began with a tweet that sparked an unfounded rumor that the Michigan mother’s vote was stolen by a replicant using her name. This tweet has come with the … Read More