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Guy Who Ran Verizon's Failing AOL-Yahoo Hybrid Leaving With $60 Million Golden Parachute
Tim Armstrong, onetime Google executive and former CEO of AOL and its successor, Verizon’s troubled, digital media-focused Oath group, departed Verizon in 2018 just months before the corporation took
Mark Zuckerberg, four days on, your silence on Christchurch is deafening | Toby Manhire
In New Zealand we’re waiting to see if the all-powerful Facebook boss means what he says about ‘moral responsibility’More than four days have passed since the world’s weakest man launched an assault
The Guardian: World News
Disney seals $71bn deal for 21st Century Fox as it prepares to take on Netflix
The acquisition of Rupert Murdoch’s film and TV studio business will boost Disney as it enters the TV streaming marketDisney has closed its $71bn (£54bn) acquisition of Rupert Murdoch’s entertainment
The Guardian: World News
Opera adds unlimited VPN service to its Android browser for free
Opera is adding a free and unlimited VPN service to its Android browser. The move comes a year after it pulled its standalone VPN apps for mobile devices.
Google fined $1.69 billion by EU for AdSense antitrust abuses
Google has been fined $1.69 billion by European regulators for abusing its dominant position in search to force third-party sites to favor its ad network.
What Will Happen When Machines Write Songs Just as Well as Your Favorite Musician?
Ed Newton-Rex grew up immersed in music. As a child, he sang in the King’s College Choir in England and played piano. He went on to earn a music degree, and one of the things he studied was, “Why do
Adventures in Modernism
What was it like to be a queer child in South Carolina during the Great Depression? Guy Davenport, with his incomparable gift for re-creating lost pockets of time, offered one plausible glimpse in his
Nolte: CNN's Trump Hatred Results in Double Digit Rating Collapse
Last place CNN's already humiliating ratings nosedived by double digits last week.
How to Survive the 2020 Presidential Campaign Without Losing Your Mind
From the makers of Campaign Season 2016, get ready for the not-that-new-and-definitely not improved Campaign Season 2020! This bad boy’s got all the things you hated about the last season, juiced up
Disney closes its $71.3B Fox acquisition
As of 12:02am Eastern today, Disney has closed its acquisition of 21st Century Fox . The goal of the enormous deal is to help Disney position itself for a streaming-centric future. The company has
The Christchurch attacker is a terrorist – don’t call him anything else, not even his name
Islamophobia is not always as violent as storming a mosque, but can be carried out with a few simple words. Just be careful which ones you use.
Inside Apple’s sports surveillance room that could change the way we watch live events
Sports Illustrated: On the second floor of a Silicon Valley office complex, in a conference room crowded with a dozen workers and three times as many devices, Apple is watching sports for you.
Tech & Science
Google Introduces New Tools to Help Journalists Fight Fake News
The company's new fact-checking tools rolled out on the one-year anniversary of the Google News Initiative.
Trump’s social media complaints are like ‘your crazy uncle calling you about conspiracy theories’: MSNBC reporter
MSNBC’s Dylan Byers on Wednesday said President Donald Trump’s complaint that social media platforms “collude” to silence conservative voices -including White House Director of Social Media Dan
Roseanne Barr Hammers 'Low-Rated' ABC for Killing Off Her Character: 'I Ain’t Dead Bitches'
Roseanne Barr held nothing back in a recent standup appearance, ripping into ABC for cancelling her show and calling it a "sh*t," "low-rated network."
Slate: NZ Shootings ‘Implicate All White Australians’
Slate has taken up the mantra of collective guilt, insisting in an article this week that “all white Australians” are somehow implicated in the recent Christchurch mosque shootings.
Journalist Accuses Twitter of Testing More Extreme 'Shadowban' Technique on His Account
Twitter admitted on Monday to "removing" a post from Federalist co-founder Sean Davis, but the journalist claims the platform actually shadowbanned, or hidden from other users.
Nolte: CNN's Jim Acosta Melts Down After Trump Doesn't Call on Him
CNN's Jim Acosta had a tantrum (again) because President Trump chose not to call on him at Tuesday's press conference with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
Turkish President Erdogan Writes Washington Post Op-ed on Christchurch, Rails Against Islamophobia
The Washington Post on Tuesday allowed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, one of the world’s leading authoritarian jailers of journalists, to write an op-ed about the Christchurch shooting. In
Instagram users will be able to buy from brands on platform
‘Checkout on Instagram’ is new e-commerce service available to US customersFacebook is moving into retail, as the company partners with more than 20 brands to allow Instagram users to buy clothes,