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57% of Small Businesses in US Are Now Fully Open

As restrictions ease around the country, a new reports shows that 57% of all small businesses are fully open.

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Microsoft Blocks 300,000 Advertising Accounts In 2020

Microsoft Advertising has released its 2020 year-in-review report, giving a glimpse of the state of online advertising.

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Facebook Announces Platform to Support Writers and Journalists

Facebook has announced a platform to help writers and journalists monetize their content at a time when news and media are under siege.

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Twitter Testing In-Line YouTube Viewing

Twitter is testing a new feature that will let users watch YouTube videos in-line, without leaving the Twitter conversation.

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Mozilla Leads the Charge For Net Neutrality’s Reinstatement

Mozilla, along with a coalition of companies, has sent a letter to the FCC asking for the reinstatement of net neutrality.

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IRS Delays Tax Deadline to May 17

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is extending the tax deadline by a month, until May 17, to help ease the burden on taxpayers.

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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.

Uber CEO: Will Shut Down In California Until Voters Decide
Uber Will Treat UK Drivers As ‘Workers’ After Supreme Court Loss

In a world first, Uber will treat its UK drivers as “workers” after losing its case before the British Supreme Court.

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Google Reducing Play Store Fees for Small Developers

Google is following Apple’s lead, cutting its Play Store fees in half for developers that earn less than $1 million per year.

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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.