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How a young, queer Asian-American businesswoman is rethinking user safety at Twitter

Transformative and procedural justice are the foundation of Christine Su's vision for a safer site.


AWS starts the holiday weekend with sustained outages

AWS encountered a series of problems at the US-East-1 data center region in Northern Virginia on Wednesday morning, leading to increased error rates for a variety of key services, including the services it uses to update its cloud status page.

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India issues a third wave of bans on Chinese apps

India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology issued a ban on 43 apps from China-based developers, including four apps from Alibaba.

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D.C. reaches $2.5 million settlement with DoorDash

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine announced the district has reached a $2.5 million settlement with DoorDash over allegations that the company misled consumers and used workers' tips improperly.

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Alloy, the Reid Hoffman-backed Democratic data firm, is shutting down

The company broke the news in an email to its partners Monday, according to Recode. The decision to shut down follows a tumultuous two years for the company, which was backed by $35 million in funding from both Hoffman and former United States chief technology officer Todd Park.

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