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Does the House Antitrust Report Mean That Tech Is Evil?
Plus: a plan to break up Microsoft, anonymity on the internet, and a baffling balcony address.
Just as Tech Looked Serious About Diversity, Trump Intervenes
The Labor Department last week questioned Microsoft’s stated goal to double the number of Black leaders in the company.
Facebook Tweaked Its Rules, but You Can Still Target Voters
Political strategists say they combine information from multiple databases to identify the people they want to vote—and not vote.
College Going Virtual Means Reaching Young Voters Online. Good
More potential young voters are on social media than enrolled in college full time.
Facebook Finally Slowed Down—When We Needed It to Move Fast
Plus: Mark Zuckerberg’s own words, the personification of the internet, and Burger King’s whopper of an ask.
AI Can Help Patients—but Only If Doctors Understand It
Algorithms can help diagnose a growing range of health problems, but humans need to be trained to listen.