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The hardest questions tech CEOs could be asked at the Section 230 hearing

There will be plenty of political point-scoring on Wednesday. But here's what senators should actually ask if they're serious about fixing the internet's favorite law.

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Trump's campaign website reportedly hacked

The "About" page on President Donald Trump's campaign website was reportedly briefly taken over on Tuesday afternoon when it displayed messages that it had been "seized" and claimed to have "evidence that completely discredits Mr. Trump as president."

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Visa's deal to buy Plaid could be in jeopardy

Visa's $5.3 billion purchase of fintech processor Plaid could be at risk to antitrust concerns, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.

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Mark Zuckerberg calls for changes to Section 230

For years, Facebook has been one of the primary defenders of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, arguing that its erosion would curtail free expression online and make it harder for the social media giant to police misinformation, hate speech, calls to violence and more.

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T-Mobile launches $40 live TV service, new Android TV device

The carrier unveiled a set of new internet-based pay TV services Tuesday that will be available to consumers starting next week. The company's flagship service, dubbed TVision Live, will cost between $40 and $60 per month, and is being positioned as a way to get access to sports channels like ESPN and FS1.

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Airbnb will list on Nasdaq

The company announced that it will list its shares on Nasdaq in its upcoming IPO, rather than NYSE — an announcement that suggests a full disclosure of its IPO prospectus might be imminent.

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