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Trump said he’s not ready to sign off on a TikTok deal as his administration reportedly pushes for majority US ownership. The Wall Street Journal reported that ByteDance had sought to keep its controlling share of the social media app in a deal it pitched to US officials this week.
Twitter took 30 minutes to remove Kanye West’s tweet doxxing a top magazine editor. The tweet — which called the editor a “white supremacist” and invited West’s fans to call him — was up for 30 minutes and garnered more than 17,000 retweets before it was removed.
Apple gave the FBI access to the iCloud account of a protester accused of setting police cars on fire. The agency found screenshots of an Instagram post promoting the protest, a screenshot of a recipe for a Molotov cocktail, and videos of “a green glass bottle” in an unzipped backpack.
Facebook is hiring a director of remote work as it plans for a more permanent shift to working from home. Facebook employees will continue working from home until July 2021, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said he expects half of the company’s workforce to work remotely within the next 10 years.
Spotify tore into Apple again, this time over the new Apple One subscription bundle. It called on regulators to check Apple’s power before it causes “irreparable harm to the developer community.”
Apple said in a court filing that ‘Fortnite’ hype is fading and the only reason Epic Games started a legal battle was to generate buzz. The pair got into a fight after Epic broke Apple’s rules about App Store payments, for which the …read more
Source:: Business Insider