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YouTube accused of violating child privacy law that killed ‘Silicon Valley’ chat app

According to an FTC complaint filed by 23 child protection groups, YouTube is violating the same law that brought down Silicon Valley’s PiperChat. In YouTube’s case, the complaint alleges, it’s for collecting data on children. Silicon Valley fans will remember Dinesh Chugtai racking up a $21 billion fine — “the size of a small nation’s...CONTINUE READING
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Why electric auto’s newest player SF Motors hasn’t said much… until now.

Just about everyone is buzzing about electric vehicles these days. Yet, despite charging stations popping up at work, and autonomous rideshare safety systems dominating the nightly news, most of us still drive (ourselves) to the gas station pump every week. The EV industry has been plagued with production and affordability issues that have prevented the...CONTINUE READING
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Congrats to ‘Silicon Valley’ on this sick Facebook burn

The opening credits of Silicon Valley are among the most delightful on television. Each season’s title sequence offers a fresh crop of newsy Easter eggs for fans and Sunday’s start of the new season was no different. This time, there’s a very sharp Facebook barb in there. Dunking on Facebook is very in right now,...CONTINUE READING
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FCC’s net neutrality ruling gets pushback from big tech’s lobbying group

The net neutrality fight rages on, and now tech’s big lobbying group is signing on.  The Internet Association — a Washington, D.C.-based lobbying group that represents Google, Facebook, Netflix, Uber, and dozens of other tech companies on public policy issues — filed a motion to intervene against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling on net...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook and Google will stop at nothing to squash leaks

Google and Facebook aren’t just spying on their users.  The two tech behemoths are known for all the creepy ways they pry into the lives of those using their products, but it’s an entirely different group of people who today will be looking over their collective shoulders: their employees.  SEE ALSO: Leaking anonymously is hard....CONTINUE READING
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Sam Altman just paid a startup $10,000 to one day kill him — and preserve his brain

Dying is for plebes.  Paying a startup to euthanize you so that it can one day, maybe, bring back a digital copy of your mind? Now that’s for tech kingmakers like Sam Altman.  SEE ALSO: Y Combinator’s Sam Altman wishes San Francisco was more open-minded, like China According to MIT Technology Review, the president of...CONTINUE READING
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15 unsung women in tech you should know about

The first programmers weren’t men, and the first computers weren’t machines. What they were, in both cases, were women. SEE ALSO: The female mentors making a difference in Silicon Valley Women’s many contributions to technology are frequently left out of the history books. But lately, that’s been changing — at least a little. Ada Lovelace,...CONTINUE READING
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