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Oracle founder donated $250,000 to Graham PAC in final days of TikTok deal - The Verge
"If TikTok is saved, you can thank me"
TikTok CEO Asks Instagram, Facebook To Help Fight TikTok Ban - The Verge
TikTok is facing a looming ban, and now its interim CEO is asking for backup.
Biden Campaign Launches Official Animal Crossing: New Horizons Yard Signs - The Verge
And they have more in-game events planned for this fall
Joe Biden Recommits To Ending Fossil Fuel Subsidies After Platform Confusion - The Verge
The subsidies cost tens of billions of dollars yearly
Mozilla And Google Renew Firefox Search Agreement - The Verge
The current deal was set to expire at the end of 2020
Facebook Tells Elizabeth Warren It Has Two Different Standards For Climate Fact-checking - The Verge
But it says it doesn’t prohibit fact-checking on climate change
Mozilla Is Laying Off 250 People And Planning A ‘new Focus’ On Making Money - The Verge
"I desperately wish there was some other way."
Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Elon Musk, Apple, And Others Hacked In Unprecedented Twitter Attack - The Verge
Don’t send them money, please.
The Massive Twitter Hack Could Be A Global Security Crisis
Bitcoin scammers won’t be the last people to take over verified accounts — and we should be very, very worried about who else will
The Facebook boycott advertisers have the right company but the wrong diagnosis - The Verge
Size, not policy or enforcement, are at the root of the trouble with Facebook
Flexgate is real, and Apple should acknowledge it - The Verge
I have a late-2016 MacBook Pro, and, like many people with that generation of laptop, I recently fell victim to the Flexgate display problem. Flexgate refers to a design flaw in the ribbon cable connecting the body of the laptop to the display: that cable is supposed to flex with the opening and closing of the computer, but in this particular design, it is wearing down too quickly with conventional use.