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  1. Meet the Project for Good Information, the left’s new $65 million investment in the information wars

    Meet the Project for Good Information, the left’s new $65 million investment in the information wars

    Acronym founder Tara McGowan’s new project aims to boost progressive media like Courier Newsroom.

  2. Google is a tech giant now, but it’s been a survivalist since it started

    Google is a tech giant now, but it’s been a survivalist since it started

    The story of Toolbar, Chrome, and Android — three attempts by Google to survive in a rapidly changing world.

  3. Why Spotify wants to work with Joe Rogan, Barack Obama, and ordinary people

    Why Spotify wants to work with Joe Rogan, Barack Obama, and ordinary people

    The service is paying big money to big stars. But people who aren’t famous — maybe even you, the person reading this — might want to upload some stuff, too.

  4. Why Facebook banned news in Australia, but Google cut a deal instead with News Corp. and Murdoch

    Why Facebook banned news in Australia, but Google cut a deal instead with News Corp. and Murdoch

    Big Tech is responding to a proposed law that would pay news organizations for their content.

  5. Unlike Robinhood, the best investing apps don’t involve day trading

    Unlike Robinhood, the best investing apps don’t involve day trading

    Financial advisers suggest better ways to invest your money than day trading on Robinhood.

  6. What are Super Followers? Twitter’s new feature, briefly explained

    What are Super Followers? Twitter’s new feature, briefly explained

    Twitter, a notoriously public platform, is building a walled garden.

  7. Apple’s App Store privacy labels: what users think

    Apple’s App Store privacy labels: what users think

    They’re not perfect, but regular App Store customers still got something out of them.

  8. How the government can get your location data from apps on your phone

    How the government can get your location data from apps on your phone

    Google can’t stop trackers in its apps from selling location data to the government. Maybe the government can.

  9. What to know about privacy before you accept a Clubhouse invite

    What to know about privacy before you accept a Clubhouse invite

    Clubhouse has millions of users, millions of dollars, and very few privacy options.

  10. Facebook’s Australian news ban might the wrong thing for the right reasons

    Facebook’s Australian news ban might the wrong thing for the right reasons

    The social media giant cut millions of Australians off from the news to protest a potential law with a lot of flaws.