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NLRB accuses Activision Blizzard of labor violations during unionization efforts
The NLRB says complaints by the Communication Workers of America have merit.
Meta will amend its elitist cross-check program, sort of
The company will apply or partially apply 26 of 32 suggested changes from the Oversight Board.
Amazon halts Virginia HQ construction. AOC declares 'we were right.'
The progressive congresswoman was against the project, which was originally planned for Queens, New York.
Elon Musk's Twitter lays off yet even more workers
Twitter keeps glitching. Musk keeps cutting.
European Commission staff are banned from using TikTok
This development is the latest in worldwide concern over the app.
A quick guide to the Section 230 Supreme Court hearings
Don't feel bad, it's all a bit confusing.
Reddit is being sued by the creator of r/WallStreetBets
How much ownership does a creator of a Reddit community have?
Reddit is still planning to go public later this year
The birthplace of the meme stock craze has its own stock market plans.
The Clippy of AI: Why the Google Bard vs. Microsoft Bing war will flame out
Are the tech giants playing with fire by introducing AI into their search tools — or playing themselves?
By Chris Taylor
Zoom is laying off 1,300 employees, CEO taking 98 percent pay cut
The company is reducing its workforce by approximately 15 percent.
Ordered something from JD Sports? Hackers might have your data.
The data theft started in 2018 and lasted until late 2020.
Elon Musk still thinks he's 'reasonably popular' on Twitter
There's no such thing as bad publicity, right?
Tech employees on visas face layoffs, instability, and the threat of deportation amid industry upheaval
Tens of thousands of Indian IT employees may be forced to leave the country.