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Facebook thinks the hackers that stole 29 million users' info were spammers not a nation stateFacebook thinks the hackers that stole 29 million users' info were spammers not a nation state

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Facebook believes that spammers, and not a nation-state, are responsible for the recent hack that stole the personal information of 29 million Facebook users, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.

The report, which cites anonymous sources, says that Facebook has.. »more

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AFRICAN AMERICANS

Facebook takes down ads mentioning African-Americans and Hispanics, calling them political

USA TODAY found dozens of Facebook ads celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month or mentioning the word Mexican that were removed for being political in error.
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MILLION

Careem, a ridehailing company in acquisition talks with Uber, raised $200 million from Saudi backers

Careem, a ridehailing company in acquisition talks with Uber, raised $200 million from Saudi backers
路 *Careem, a Middle East ride-hailing equivalent to Uber, has raised a $200 million tranche for its latest round of funding.*
路 *The deal values the company at more than $2 billion, one source said, and the company hopes to raise $500 million for the round.*
路 *The deal was co-led by..
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SEARCH
Sundar Pichai: Google 'exploring' censored China search app   Researchers Find Oldest Evidence of Animal Life on Earth  

Spotify Premium gets personalized artist radio stations and better search

Spotify Premium gets personalized artist radio stations and better search
Spotify has released a major update for its Premium tier that overhauls its radio feature and redesigns its navigation and search on its mobile apps, the company announced in a blog post. The streaming service has streamlined its navigation, and has redesigned its search page with a bigger emphasis..
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HOLIDAYS

10 fake holidays that were actually invented by brands

10 fake holidays that were actually invented by brands
路 *Many of our favorite holidays* were invented by brands to pad sales.**
路 *There is no official body that approves holidays in the United States (Congress can only set federal holidays), which is why there are so many of them.*
路 *鈥淔ake鈥 **holidays** succeed when they offer either..
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STAR WARS
Deepfake edits have put Harrison Ford into Solo: A Star Wars Story, for better or for worse
Solo: A Star Wars Story was always going to create waves in the Star Wars community 鈥 after all, how could you possible recast a role like Han Solo with anyone else other than Harrison Ford? Well, it turns out that there鈥檚 always a way: in this case, using AI-based deepfake techniques to replace..
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JAMAL KHASHOGGI
The fate of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi hangs over SoftBank as it looks to raise another $100 billion fund
路 *Japanese conglomerate and tech investor SoftBank is under scrutiny over its ties to Saudi Arabia, a major backer of its $100 billion Vision Fund.*
路 *That is thanks to global outcry over the status of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who is feared dead after he was last seen..
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ELIZABETH WARREN
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren accuse Amazon of 'potentially illegal' activity in new attack against the company's labor practices (AMZN)
路 *Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have sent a letter to Amazon, asking the company to explain the "potentially illegal" activity showcased in a video the company reportedly shows to management, the Washington Post reported.*
路 *The letter says that a video that Amazon shows to..
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NETFLIX NEEDS LOWER PRICES TO WOO INDIA
Netflix needs lower prices to woo India
Netflix Inc's Indian operation drew attention in a surge of international subscribers in the third quarter, but it faces fierce competition and a difficult cultural conundrum to make inroads with the country's more than one billion TV viewers.
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