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States are investigating how Instagram recruits and affects children : NPR
Bank-only stablecoins limit innovation, official says at Cleveland Fed conference | Crain's Cleveland Business
US government seizes $56 million in crypto from BitConnect’s ‘number one promoter’ - The Verge
BlockFi in SEC Crosshairs for Crypto Accounts |
Elon Musk: SpaceX will hopefully launch Starship flight in January
Apple (AAPL) Aims for Fully Self-Driving Car - Bloomberg
Apple sticking taxpayers with part of the bill for digital ID rollout
The end of “click to subscribe, call to cancel”? One of the news industry’s favorite retention tactics is illegal, FTC says » Nieman Journalism Lab
VR treatment for chronic pain gets FDA authorization - The Verge
Nvidia’s Arm Bid Gets U.K. Probe on National Security Concerns (NVDA) - Bloomberg
Adviser to EU’s top court suggests German bulk data retention law isn’t legal | TechCrunch
French government to speed up deployment of open source –
Fugaku remains world's fastest supercomputer on Top500, behind secret Chinese exascale systems - DCD
Secretive Chinese Committee Draws Up List to Replace U.S. Tech - Bloomberg
Bitcoin falls as China takes aim once again at 'extremely harmful' crypto mining - CNN
White House Spurns Intel Plan to Boost Chip Production in China
Portugal: Proposed law tries to sneak in biometric mass surveillance. - Reclaim Your Face
OpenAI ends developer waiting list for its GPT-3 API - Axios
Discord is quietly building an app empire of bots - The Verge
New York City passed a bill requiring 'bias audits' of AI hiring tech - Protocol — The people, power and politics of tech
Cerebras Systems raises $250M for the ‘fastest AI processor on Earth’ - SiliconANGLE
Jeff Bezos: Earth Will One Day Be 'Yellowstone National Park'
NASA’s Moon landing will likely be delayed ‘several years’ beyond 2024, auditors say - The Verge
Russia may have just shot down its own satellite, creating a huge debris cloud [Updated] | Ars Technica
America is hiring a record number of robots - CNN