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The Week in Tech: When to Tweet

The Week in Tech: When to Tweet

We started the week with a lingering question: Why was Twitter allowing Alex Jones, notorious far-right conspiracy theorist, to tweet?

Facebook and Twitter Expand Peek Into Who’s Behind Their Ads

Facebook and Twitter Expand Peek Into Who’s Behind Their Ads

The headquarters of Facebook, which announced on Thursday that every Facebook page would have a tab called “Info and Ads.” Twitter said Thursday that it was introducing an Ads Transparency Center.

Facebook Gains Status in China, at Least for a Moment

Facebook Gains Status in China, at Least for a Moment

Facebook has registered a subsidiary in the Chinese city of Hangzhou. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, has assiduously courted the authorities in China, where the social networking service is blocked.

Digital Privacy Is a Big Concern in Europe. For This Reporter, Too.

Digital Privacy Is a Big Concern in Europe. For This Reporter, Too.

Matt Apuzzo, an investigative reporter for The New York Times, in Estonia this month. “I prefer face-to-face conversations whenever possible,” he said.

A Wrinkle in Time Keeping

A Wrinkle in Time Keeping

The Time Zone Override controls in the iOS settings can stop your calendar appointments from shifting to the local time when you travel.

A Tough Task for Facebook: European-Type Privacy for All

A Tough Task for Facebook: European-Type Privacy for All

Facebook already offers a "privacy checkup" feature, but it has now promised to offer all of its users the same personal data protections that will be required by the European Union.

4,500 Tech Workers, 1 Mission: Get Democrats Elected

4,500 Tech Workers, 1 Mission: Get Democrats Elected

Jessica Alter is a co-founder of Tech for Campaigns, a volunteer organization that focuses on helping Democratic campaigns move into the digital age.

Microsoft Employees Question C.E.O. Over Company’s Contract With ICE

Microsoft Employees Question C.E.O. Over Company’s Contract With ICE

Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s chief executive, was presented with a petition demanding the company cancel its contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Facebook Says It Deleted 865 Million Posts, Mostly Spam

Facebook Says It Deleted 865 Million Posts, Mostly Spam

Facebook published numbers for the first time detailing how much and what type of content it removes from the social network.

As China Marches Forward on A.I., the White House Is Silent

As China Marches Forward on A.I., the White House Is Silent

Doctors at the radiology department of Zhejiang Provincial People’s Hospital in China use an A.I. system to view CT scans as a way to diagnose lung cancers early on.

Looking Through the Eyes of China’s Surveillance State

Looking Through the Eyes of China’s Surveillance State

Paul Mozur, a New York Times reporter, tried on a pair of facial recognition glasses in a train station in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou. He said they were not exactly slick or all that functional.

Frank Heart, Who Linked Computers Before the Internet, Dies at 89

Frank Heart, Who Linked Computers Before the Internet, Dies at 89

Frank Heart in an undated photograph. Born in the Bronx, he did much of his ground-breaking work at M.I.T. and at a company nearby in Cambridge, Mass.

Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Law Enforcement Uses to Crack Devices

Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Law Enforcement Uses to Crack Devices

An update Apple is planning for its iPhone software would close a technological loophole that law enforcement agencies have exploited to gain access to information on those devices.

A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

A Maine Racetrack Didn’t Lure Amazon. Multiply That Disappointment by 218.

Tom Hall, the town manager of Scarborough, Me., at Scarborough Downs, a 500-acre horse racing track that was pitched for use by Amazon.

Uber Claims to Have Changed. A London Judge Will Decide.

Uber Claims to Have Changed. A London Judge Will Decide.

An anti-Uber billboard driven around London by the Licensed Taxi Drivers’ Association. Starting Monday, a judge will hear Uber’s appeal of the loss of its operating license in the city.

Intel Faces Scrutiny as Questions Swirl Over Chip Security

Intel Faces Scrutiny as Questions Swirl Over Chip Security

Brian Krzanich, chief executive of Intel, at The New York Times Dealbook Conference in New York in November.


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