YouTube is permanently closing its creator-focused city ‘Spaces’

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With the pandemic prompting tech companies from Facebook to Twitter to embrace remote working en masse, the need for large physical sites may soon start to look like an antiquated idea for businesses that operate online. And so it goes for You…

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Democrats ask Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to rework their suggestion algorithms

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A group of more than 30 democratic lawmakers led by Representatives Tom Malinowski (D-NJ) and Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) are calling on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to make substantive changes to their recommendation algorithms. In three separate l…

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‘Dracula’ and six other horror classics will stream for free on YouTube

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You’ll soon have another good reason to fire up YouTube if you’re a movie buff revisiting some old favorites. NME and Android Police report that Universal Pictures is making seven classic horror movies available for free on its “Fear: The Home…

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FTC demands Amazon, Facebook and others explain their privacy practices

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The Federal Trade Commission has ordered nine social media and video streaming companies to provide details about their privacy practices, including how they collect and use personal information. It has also asked Amazon, TikTok owner ByteDanc…

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