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  1. Job Interviews Without Interviewers, Products of the Pandemic Business, Today

    Video responses to set questions, online games that measure a person’s traits and skills: The future of interviews is coming to a wider variety of professions in the pandemic.

  2. Patients of a Vermont Hospital Are Left ‘in the Dark’ After a Cyberattack National, Yesterday

    A wave of damaging attacks on hospitals upended the lives of patients with cancer and other ailments. “I have no idea what to do,” one said.

  3. South Korean Mastermind of Exploitation Chat Rooms Gets 40 Years in Prison Foreign, Yesterday

    Cho Joo-bin was convicted of blackmailing young women into making sexually explicit video clips that he sold online.

  4. It’s Time for a Digital Detox. (You Know You Need It.) Business, November 25

    Excessive screen time can be harmful to our well-being, but we can free ourselves from tech’s hooks with goals, rules and boundaries.

  5. How misinformation can affect Facebook employees’ morale. Technology, November 25

    According to internal surveys, ‘decision-making related to hate speech and misinformation’ has been a factor in employee sentiment.

  6. We’re Still Smarter Than Computers News Desk, November 25

    For now.

  7. The Reigning Queen of Pandemic Yoga Magazine, November 25

    The YouTube celebrity Adriene Mishler made yoga accessible and search-optimized even before so many Americans were confined at home. Can she help us learn to live better lives in front of the computer?

  8. The Pandemic Work Diary of a Podcasting Tech Editor Sunday Business, November 25

    Nilay Patel and The Verge are still reviewing gadgets and covering an industry, but with cameos from a Halloween-loving 2-year-old.

  9. The Future Was Supposed to Be Better Than This Op Ed, November 25

    Thanksgiving — like the rest of life — just isn’t the same through a screen.

  10. No, Trump cannot win Georgia’s electoral votes through a write-in Senate campaign. Technology, November 24

    #WriteInTrumpForGA was one of Twitter’s top trending topics, though such a campaign might only hurt Republicans.

  11. No, Trump cannot win Georgia’s electoral votes through a write-in Senate campaign. Business, November 24

    #WriteInTrumpForGA was one of Twitter’s top trending topics, though such a campaign might only hurt Republicans.

  12. Can Shopify Compete With Amazon Without Becoming Amazon? Magazine, November 24

    If the key to Amazon’s success has been to put the customer first, for Shopify the key has been to put the merchant first.

  13. Democratic senators urge YouTube to remove election misinformation videos. Business, November 24

    The senators sent a letter urging action to the company, which has largely escaped the scrutiny of other social media companies.

  14. YouTube, under pressure over election falsehoods, suspends OAN for Covid-19 misinformation. Business, November 24

    The company, which has largely escaped the scrutiny faced by other social media outfits, is being pushed to restrict misleading videos.

  15. Imagine a World Without Apps News Desk, November 24

    Video games are inching away from apps. Maybe every other industry can, too.

  16. What Facebook Fed the Baby Boomers Op Ed, November 24

    Many Americans’ feeds are nightmares. I know because I spent weeks living inside two of them.

  17. Facebook Struggles to Balance Civility and Growth Business, November 24

    Employees and executives are battling over how to reduce misinformation and hate speech without hurting the company’s bottom line.

  18. How Archaeologists Are Using Deep Learning to Dig Deeper Science, November 24

    Trawling ancient history with neural nets.

  19. Meet GPT-3. It Has Learned to Code (and Blog and Argue). Science, November 24

    The latest natural-language system generates tweets, pens poetry, summarizes emails, answers trivia questions, translates languages and even writes its own computer programs.

  20. Do You Have a Conflict of Interest? This Robotic Assistant May Find It First Science, November 23

    They can’t detect all conflicts, but new computer programs serve as guard rails when scientists and publishers fail to self-police.

  21. No, Joe Biden Did Not Have a Maskless Birthday Party Last Week. Interactive, November 23

    The video of a crowd singing happy birthday to the president-elect was from 2019. Here’s how it went viral.

  22. How Misinformation ‘Superspreaders’ Seed False Election Theories Business, November 23

    Researchers have found that a small group of social media accounts are responsible for the spread of a disproportionate amount of the false posts about voter fraud.

  23. Meet the top election misinformation ‘superspreaders.’ Technology, November 23

    New research found that a handful of social media accounts had an outsize influence on false election information. President Trump topped the list.

  24. Meet the top election misinformation ‘superspreaders.’ Business, November 23

    New research found that a handful of social media accounts had an outsize influence on false election information. President Trump topped the list.

  25. Meet the top election misinformation ‘superspreaders.’ Business, November 23

    New research found that a handful of social media accounts had an outsize influence on false election information. President Trump topped the list.

  26. No, Joe Biden did not have a maskless birthday party last week. Business, November 23

    The video of a crowd singing happy birthday to the president-elect was from 2019.

  27. No, Joe Biden did not have a maskless birthday party last week. Technology, November 23

    The video of a crowd singing happy birthday to the president-elect was from 2019.

  28. No, Joe Biden did not have a maskless birthday party last week. Business, November 23

    The video of a crowd singing happy birthday to the president-elect was from 2019.

  29. What We Like About Pandemic Shopping News Desk, November 23

    This year might have forever changed shopping for American consumers, store workers and retailers.

  30. Can a Computer Devise a Theory of Everything? Science, November 23

    It might be possible, physicists say, but not anytime soon. And there’s no guarantee that we humans will understand the result.

  31. Can an Algorithm Prevent Suicide? Science, November 23

    The Department of Veterans Affairs has turned to machine-learning to help identify vets at risk of taking their own lives.

  32. China’s Surveillance State Sucks Up Data. U.S. Tech Is Key to Sorting It. Business, November 22

    Intel and Nvidia chips power a supercomputing center that tracks people in a place where government suppresses minorities, raising questions about the tech industry’s responsibility.

  33. Settle In for the Season With These Films At Home, November 21

    As the cold weather descends, warm your heart with a sports movie or get your blood pumping with suspenseful thrillers.

  34. 52 Years Later, IBM Apologizes for Firing Transgender Woman Express, November 21

    Lynn Conway was one of the company’s most promising young computer engineers but after confiding to supervisors that she was transgender, they fired her.

  35. No, Trump’s sister did not publicly back him. He was duped by a fake account. Technology, November 20

    The president shared an article that said his sister, Elizabeth Trump Grau, was supporting his claim that he had won the election. But the article was based on posts from an impostor Twitter account.

  36. No, Trump’s sister did not publicly back him. He was duped by a fake account. Business, November 20

    The president shared an article that said his sister, Elizabeth Trump Grau, was supporting his claim that he had won the election. But the article was based on posts from an impostor Twitter account.

  37. What went viral this week. Business, November 20

    Stories about the Georgia recount, Charlie Brown TV specials and Keanu Reeves dominated the week on social media.

  38. Uncool Can Beat Flashy Tech News Desk, November 20

    Focus more on the boring stuff. It can make a profound difference in our lives.

  39. These Algorithms Could Bring an End to the World’s Deadliest Killer Science, November 20

    In rural India and other places where tuberculosis is rampant, A.I. that scans lung X-rays might eliminate the scourge.

  40. Trump allies are among the frequent purveyors of election misinformation. Business, November 20

    The who’s who includes the conservative activist Charlie Kirk, Jim Holt of Gateway Pundit, Eric Trump — and the president himself.

  41. The Best Video Games to Get Lost In This Holiday Season Culture, November 20

    A ninth-century Viking adventure, a game about robots that literally feels good to play and an escape from hell: Here is what’s new across gaming systems to satisfy players of all stripes.

  42. How an Online Attack ‘Brought Twitter to Its Knees’ Universal, November 20

    A teenager from Florida is accused of breaching one of the most high-profile internet platforms in the world. Watch how Twitter was hacked in a new Times documentary airing tonight on FX at 10 p.m. and streaming on Hulu.

  43. Giuliani makes accusations of fraud that the Trump team has failed to support in court. Business, November 19

  44. No, Judges Don’t Overturn Elections Because of isolated Irregularities Interactive, November 19

    Courts have set the bar extremely high for throwing out election results, and the discrepancies cited by the Trump campaign don’t come anywhere close.

  45. How Fake Reviews Hurt Us and Amazon News Desk, November 19

    New research shows that we need to be even more skeptical online shoppers.

  46. How Sidney Powell inaccurately cited Venezuela’s elections as evidence of U.S. fraud. Business, November 19

    Ms. Powell, a lawyer for President Trump, made the comments to promote viral conspiracy theories about vote switching.

  47. How Sidney Powell inaccurately cited Venezuela’s elections as evidence of U.S. fraud. Technology, November 19

    Ms. Powell, a lawyer for President Trump, made the comments to promote viral conspiracy theories about vote switching.

  48. What if Instead of Calling People Out, We Called Them In? Styles, November 19

    Prof. Loretta J. Ross is combating cancel culture with a popular class at Smith College.

  49. What if Instead of Calling People Out, We Called Them In? Styles, November 19

    Prof. Loretta J. Ross is combating cancel culture with a popular class at Smith College.

  50. Local officials rebut 3 dead-voter claims by the Trump campaign. Technology, November 18

    The accusations from the campaign spread widely on social media.

  51. Local officials rebut 3 dead-voter claims by the Trump campaign. Business, November 18

    The accusations from the campaign spread widely on social media.

  52. G.O.P. officials refused to certify Michigan ballots over issues that are fairly common. Technology, November 18

  53. G.O.P. officials refused to certify Michigan ballots over issues that are fairly common. Business, November 18

  54. Election misinformation often evaded YouTube’s efforts to stop it. Technology, November 18

    A research project that has been studying misinformation on the site said 34 percent of videos it studied spread false election claims.

  55. Election misinformation often evaded YouTube’s efforts to stop it. Business, November 18

    A research project that has been studying misinformation on the site said 34 percent of videos it studied spread false election claims.

  56. Government Surveillance by Data News Desk, November 18

    We should be able to use a dating app without fear of winding up in a military database.

  57. Giuliani peddles election conspiracy theories and falsehoods. Business, November 18

    In media appearances and social media posts this past week, Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, spread debunked claims of barred poll workers and a voting software company.

  58. Apple Halves Its App Store Fee for the Smaller Companies Business, November 18

    App makers bridled at the 30 percent commission, which has drawn scrutiny from regulators looking into antitrust claims.

  59. No, the Army didn’t seize a German server showing a Trump landslide. Business, November 18

    A false rumor about Scytl, an election tech provider, is making the rounds on right-wing social media.

  60. How to Have a Fully Remote Family Thanksgiving Business, November 18

    Skipping travel this year to stop the spread of Covid-19? Here’s how to digitally reimagine the holiday, from meal prep to after-dinner activities.

  61. Trump Fires Christopher Krebs, Official Who Disputed Election Fraud Claims Washington, November 17

    Mr. Krebs had overseen election cybersecurity efforts, and had joined other officials in declaring the 2020 election “the most secure in American history.”

  62. No, a high-level member of the Biden campaign was not arrested in Texas. Business, November 17

    The staff member denied that he was arrested, and a photo purportedly showing his arrest was actually that of the actor Cuba Gooding Jr.

  63. Key takeaways from the hearing, by the numbers. Business, November 17

    Content moderation came up the most. Republicans asked more questions. And Mark Zuckerberg was on the hook for more answers.

  64. Lawmakers drill down on how Facebook and Twitter moderate content. Business, November 17

    The issue of how the social media companies sort through content dominated the hearing.

  65. No, a revote in one local Nevada race is not a victory for President Trump. Business, November 17

    President Trump claimed that there was “large scale voter discrepancy” in Clark County, Nev. A review of votes there showed the contrary.

  66. No, a revote in one local Nevada race is not a victory for President Trump. Technology, November 17

    President Trump claimed that there was “large scale voter discrepancy” in Clark County, Nev. A review of votes there showed the contrary.

  67. How Twitter and Facebook plan to handle Trump’s accounts when he leaves office. Technology, November 17

    World leaders enjoy exceptions on the social media platforms, but that can change once they no longer hold office.

  68. How Twitter and Facebook plan to handle Trump’s accounts when he leaves office. Business, November 17

    World leaders enjoy exceptions on the social media platforms, but that can change once they no longer hold office.

  69. ‘Release the Kraken,’ a catchphrase for unfounded conspiracy theory, trends on Twitter. Business, November 17

    The conspiracy stems from a Fox Business appearance last Friday by a lawyer making claims about the election results.

  70. Dorsey, under fire from both parties, defends labeling tweets. Business, November 17

  71. Democrats call for more regulation of the tech industry. Technology, November 17

    The calls for legislative changes could portend an agenda aimed at Silicon Valley in the next Congress.

  72. Democrats call for more regulation of the tech industry. Business, November 17

    The calls for legislative changes could portend an agenda aimed at Silicon Valley in the next Congress.

  73. No, the Georgia recount does not include reverifying signatures. Technology, November 17

  74. No, the Georgia recount does not include reverifying signatures. Business, November 17

  75. Airbnb’s Biggest Problem News Desk, November 17

    Resentment of Airbnb poses a challenge both for the company and for the future of our communities.

  76. C.E.O.s of Facebook and Twitter get questioned by lawmakers on election misinformation. Technology, November 17

  77. Tech’s legal shield draws substantive scrutiny. Business, November 17

    Lawmakers delved into Section 230, which largely protects tech companies from legal liability for what their users post.

  78. Republicans home in on bias complaints. Technology, November 17

  79. Republicans home in on bias complaints. Business, November 17

  80. A website funded by right-wing groups gains followers with debunked voting fraud claims. Business, November 17

    Everylegalvote.com has fashioned itself as an anti-fraud buster, even as it pushes the false narrative that President Trump won re-election.

  81. If Mark Zuckerberg repeats himself, don’t be surprised. Business, November 17

    Facebook’s chief executive has appeared in front of lawmakers so many times that he has become a pro at handling questions.

  82. Not Dead Yet: News Site Mistakenly Runs Dozens of V.I.P. Obituaries Foreign, November 17

    Queen Elizabeth II, Pelé and Clint Eastwood were among about 100 celebrities briefly reported as dead online by French public radio. The station blamed a website upgrade.

  83. Twitter’s chief, Jack Dorsey, is likely to face particular ire. Technology, November 17

    Twitter has been highly active in labeling election-related posts as disputed and misleading, including President Trump’s tweets.

  84. Twitter’s chief, Jack Dorsey, is likely to face particular ire. Business, November 17

    Twitter has been highly active in labeling election-related posts as disputed and misleading, including President Trump’s tweets.

  85. Twitter’s chief, Jack Dorsey, is likely to face particular ire. Business, November 17

    Twitter has been highly active in labeling election-related posts as disputed and misleading, including President Trump’s tweets.

  86. Disappearing Tweets? Twitter Now Has a Feature for That Business, November 17

    It’s called Fleets, and will allow users to post messages that vanish after 24 hours.

  87. Don’t Fear the Robots, and Other Lessons From a Study of the Digital Economy Business, November 17

    A task force assembled by M.I.T. examined how technology has changed, and will change, the work force.

  88. Here’s what you need to know about today’s hearing. Business, November 17

    The executives, who have now testified several times in recent years, will most likely face some new questions about how they handled the election.

  89. Airbnb Reveals Falling Revenue, With Travel Hit by Pandemic Business, November 16

    The drop was $1.2 billion for the first nine months of 2020, in the first comprehensive look at the company’s finances as it moves to go public.

  90. Trump has amplified voting falsehoods in over 300 tweets since election night. Business, November 16

    The president has mischaracterized the ballot counting process, falsely claimed victory and lodged baseless accusations of fraud.

  91. Trump has amplified voting falsehoods in over 300 tweets since election night. Technology, November 16

    The president has mischaracterized the ballot counting process, falsely claimed victory and lodged baseless accusations of fraud.

  92. Fox News’s ‘partisan right’ audience on YouTube is dropping, researchers say. Business, November 16

    Fringe outlets that most aggressively pushed false information about voter fraud have seen their share of those viewers grow after the election.

  93. America’s Internet Has China Envy News Desk, November 16

    But is China a peek at the future of technology, or a digital island all its own?

  94. How Will Biden Approach School Reopenings? N Y T Now, November 16

    Answer: Schools over restaurants, for now.

  95. A former right-wing media creator on how a ‘different reality’ became so prominent. Technology, November 16

    Matthew Sheffield grew disillusioned after years of working in conservative media.

  96. A former right-wing media creator on how a ‘different reality’ became so prominent. Business, November 16

    Matthew Sheffield grew disillusioned after years of working in conservative media.

  97. Cómo trabajar a distancia… desde el extranjero en Español, November 16

    Mi pareja y yo sentimos que podíamos viajar sin peligro. Así que empacamos botellas grandes de desinfectante, verificamos dos veces la conexión de internet y nos fuimos.

  98. Trump has been planning for years to make losing look like a win. Technology, November 16

  99. The Hot New Covid Tech Is Wearable and Constantly Tracks You Business, November 15

    Sports leagues, large employers and colleges are turning to devices that could usher in more invasive forms of surveillance.

  100. Your Guide to Black Friday Shopping Smarter Living, November 15

    Watch out for “deals” that aren’t really deals.

  101. Take a Break From Political Comedy With These Podcasts At Home, November 14

    Now that the election is in the rearview mirror, release the last of the tension with funny audio shows on the lighter side of things.

  102. The Trump administration gave TikTok more time to reach a deal. Business, November 13

    The Chinese-owned social media app now has until Nov. 27 for a deal that would give American companies more ownership of the service.

  103. A scheme to hand Trump electors in state legislatures is highly unlikely to happen. Technology, November 13

  104. A scheme to hand Trump electors in state legislatures is highly unlikely to happen. Business, November 13

  105. Food Delivery Is Magical Thinking News Desk, November 13

    We are missing a chance to see alternative food delivery ideas that could work better.

  106. Here’s how often election fraud has come up on right-wing radio talk shows. Business, November 13

    “The Rush Limbaugh Show" and others have raised the baseless idea of election fraud more than some other radio shows, according to an analysis.

  107. In Rural ‘Dead Zones,’ School Comes on a Flash Drive National, November 13

    Millions of American students lack reliable internet access. Some are learning in parking lots connected to Wi-Fi buses or crashing with relatives to get online.

  108. DoorDash Reveals I.P.O. Filing Business, November 13

    The food delivery company’s performance renewed questions about whether “gig economy” businesses can turn a profit.

  109. Beware of this misinformation from ‘Stop the Steal’ rallies this weekend. Technology, November 13

    Events are being planned in many U.S. cities on Saturday by groups that are spreading false claims about voter fraud.

  110. Beware of this misinformation from ‘Stop the Steal’ rallies this weekend. Business, November 13

    Events are being planned in many U.S. cities on Saturday by groups that are spreading false claims about voter fraud.

  111. Twitter says it labeled 0.2% of all election-related tweets as disputed. Business, November 12

    Twitter is the first social media platform to publicly disclose how it performed during the election.

  112. One America News spreads debunked elections claims. Technology, November 12

    President Trump has tweeted about some of the statements made on the conservative cable network.

  113. One America News spreads debunked elections claims. Business, November 12

    President Trump has tweeted about some of the statements made on the conservative cable network.

  114. No, the ‘Pallets Full of Ballots’ song is not true. Technology, November 12

    A country-inspired song about the election has gone viral on social media, but its claims of election fraud are false.

  115. No, the ‘Pallets Full of Ballots’ song is not true. Business, November 12

    A country-inspired song about the election has gone viral on social media, but its claims of election fraud are false.

  116. No, there is not a lot of good evidence behind the Trump suits. Business, November 12

  117. 2020’s Hot Gadget Is the Computer News Desk, November 12

    Computers are no longer boring. This year, they’re everything.

  118. Newsmax courts Fox News viewers with election denialism. Business, November 12

    The president has been furiously sharing Newsmax clips and retweeting supporters who say they are turning to the network.

  119. Republican distrust of news may be helping election misinformation spread. Business, November 12

    Conservatives are increasingly relying on right-wing outlets and pundits with a history of spreading falsehoods, research has found.

  120. After a Long Ride, Harley-Davidson Is Leaving India Business, November 12

    The American icon saw promise in the world’s largest market for two-wheelers. But its bikes sold poorly in a country where incomes are low and manufacturing isn’t easy.

  121. New PlayStation and Xbox Arrive During a Pandemic Gold Rush Business, November 12

    The video game industry has notched record spending and profit in 2020, but to sustain its growth, it must prepare to compete with the return of concerts, movie theaters and live sports.

  122. The Evolving Travel ‘Experience’: Virtual, Actual and In Between Travel, November 12

    Socially distanced craft classes, virtual tango lessons, a city tour accompanied by an avatar guide: how experience companies — which now include Amazon — are adapting to the pandemic.

  123. Fact-Checked on Facebook and Twitter, Conservatives Switch Their Apps Business, November 11

    Since the election, millions have migrated to alternative social media and media sites like Parler, Rumble and Newsmax.

  124. Fact-Checked on Facebook and Twitter, Conservatives Switch Their Apps Business, November 11

    Since the election, millions have migrated to alternative social media and media sites like Parler, Rumble and Newsmax.

  125. PlayStation 5: The Next Step in Sony’s Rebound Business, November 11

    The gaming console, coming out in its latest version on Thursday, has become the Japanese giant’s centerpiece product.

  126. No, Dominion voting machines did not cause widespread voting problems. Business, November 11

    Some Republicans said that software from the company caused widespread problems. Evidence shows that it did not.

  127. Conservatives, feeling muzzled on social media, are switching to apps like Parler. Technology, November 11

    The platform, along with Rumble, Gab and others, said their user numbers had soared since the election.

  128. Facebook plans to continue a ban on political ads for another month. Business, November 11

    The social network told advertisers about its timeline in an update on Wednesday.

  129. A Case for Facial Recognition News Desk, November 11

    Facial recognition software doesn’t have to be all or nothing, argues a city official in Detroit.

  130. Training Facial Recognition on Some New Furry Friends: Bears Science, November 11

    In their spare time, two Silicon Valley developers aided conservationists in developing artificial intelligence to help keep track of individual bears.

  131. The Election’s Over, but Not the Stress. Any Edibles Left? Business, November 11

    Sales surged as people turned to gummy bears, cookies and chocolates infused with cannabis to soothe their jitters.

  132. Tweets from Biden aide show campaign’s frustration with Facebook. Business, November 11

    The campaign has urged the company to more aggressively police misinformation for more than a year.

  133. We called officials in every state. None had evidence of significant voter fraud. Technology, November 11

  134. There is no proof that people stole maiden names to vote. Business, November 11

    The hashtag #MaidenGate has spread, even though the tweet that planted the rumor contained no evidence of the supposed fraud.

  135. The Election’s Over, but Not the Stress. Any Edibles Left? Business, November 11

    Sales surged as people turned to gummy bears, cookies and chocolates infused with cannabis to soothe their jitters.

  136. Election misinformation continues staying up on YouTube. Business, November 10

    YouTube has said it will not take down videos that challenge the legitimacy of election results.

  137. Postal worker withdraws claim that ballots were backdated in Pennsylvania. Technology, November 10

  138. Postal worker withdraws claim that ballots were backdated in Pennsylvania, official says. Business, November 10

  139. Postal worker withdraws claim that ballots were backdated in Pennsylvania, officials say. Business, November 10

  140. Here’s Why Everyone Is Suddenly Tweeting About Ms. Patti LaBelle Styles, November 10

    People may have mistaken Patti LaBelle’s son for a Pennsylvania politician they assumed was pretending to be a gay Black man.

  141. QAnon struggles to keep the faith. Technology, November 10

    For years, followers of the pro-Trump conspiracy theory were assured that the president would win re-election in a landslide.

  142. Apple Introduces New Macs With the First Apple Chips Business, November 10

    Apple unveiled three new Mac computers that use processors the company created itself, ending its reliance on Intel.

  143. Shocked by Trump’s Loss, QAnon Struggles to Keep the Faith Business, November 10

    For years, followers of the pro-Trump conspiracy theory had been assured that the president would win re-election in a landslide.

  144. False Claims That Biden ‘Lost’ Pennsylvania Surge, and Tech Companies Struggle to Keep Up Technology, November 10

    Some of President Trump’s most prominent allies helped to set the rumors in motion.

  145. False Claims That Biden ‘Lost’ Pennsylvania Surge, and Tech Companies Struggle to Keep Up Business, November 10

    Some of President Trump’s most prominent allies helped to set the rumors in motion.

  146. False claims that Biden ‘lost’ Pennsylvania surge, and tech companies struggle to keep up. Business, November 10

    Some of President Trump’s most prominent allies helped to set the rumors in motion.

  147. Biden Is Expected to Keep Scrutiny of Tech Front and Center Business, November 10

    Issues like antitrust and privacy would remain on the agenda as his administration pursued policies to limit the power of the industry’s giants.

  148. Amazon Charged With Antitrust Violations by European Regulators Business, November 10

    Margrethe Vestager, a European Commission vice president, said Amazon was unfairly using data to box out smaller competitors.

  149. No, Software Glitches Are Not Affecting Vote Counts Business, November 9

    Some Republicans have blamed software glitches for vote-count issues in Michigan and Georgia. The Michigan cases were caused by human error and soon fixed, while Georgia software issues didn’t affect tallies.

  150. Facebook Removes Pages Linked to Bannon for Pushing Misinformation Technology, November 9

    The pages, associated with the Stop the Steal hashtag, had about 2.5 million followers.