Sundar Pichai
Google Heavily Investing in Office Space, All-In on In-Person

Despite much of the industry doing the exact opposite, Google is investing $7 billion in office space and data centers, insisting in-person work is where it’s at.

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Facebook Cracking Down on Posts Praising Atlanta Shooting

In the latest test of its moderation efforts, Facebook is cracking down on posts praising the Atlanta shooting.

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YouTube Can Now Check For Copyright Issues During Upload

YouTube is rolling out a major new feature designed to protect content creators, warning them of potential copyright issues during upload.

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DuckDuckGo Calls Out Google’s Apps For Spying On Users

DuckDuckGo is mincing no words in calling out Google’s apps for spying on users and not respecting their privacy.

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Google and Microsoft Square Off Over News Industry

Google and Microsoft are duking it out over the future of the news industry, at a time when both companies are under scrutiny.

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Facebook and Google Bring Fight Over News to the US

After being forced to work with Australian news publishers, Facebook and Google are going on the offensive in the US.

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Brave Launching Privacy-Focused Brave Search

Brave, the privacy-focused web browser made by JavaScript creator Brendan Eich, is throwing its hat in the search engine ring.

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Judge ‘Disturbed’ by Google’s Data Tracking

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has expressed she is “disturbed” by accusations regarding the depth of Google’s data tracking habits.

Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg (right) and Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher (left)
Facebook ‘Refriends’ Australia, Will Allow News On Platform

The spat between Facebook and Australia appears to be mended for the time being, with the two reaching an agreement.

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Microsoft Bringing Australian-Style Paid News to the EU

Microsoft is working to help EU publishers get paid for their news, similar to an Australian law that would enforce the same thing.