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Past articles by Ina:

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield is leaving Salesforce, and Lidiane Jones will replace him

The move comes just days after Salesforce co-CEO Bret Taylor resigned. → Read More

Twitter disarray deepens as Musk ultimatum drives away key workers

Predictions of a technical disaster abounded as an exodus of Twitter's workforce picked up steam. → Read More

Tech giants wage war with Apple over App Store guidelines

The backlash has been increasing as Apple pushes to make more money from software services. → Read More

Uber Eats to deliver pot in Toronto

Deliveries will be made by cannabis retailers, not independent drivers. → Read More

Exclusive: Boston Dynamics pledges not to weaponize its robots

The company joined other robotics firms in pledging to curtail projects that turn robots into war machines. → Read More

Exclusive: Yelp to flag listings for crisis pregnancy centers

Online information providers are increasingly caught in an information fight over access to abortion. → Read More

Where a wounded Twitter goes from here

For Musk, saving Twitter was all about saving democracy and the public square — until it wasn't. → Read More

Tech companies may surrender abortion-related data

It's not just about period-tracking apps. Personal data of all kinds will become a battleground in the post-Roe world. → Read More

Meta reorganization aims to decentralize Facebook's AI efforts

Meta VP Jerome Pesenti will leave the company this month. → Read More

Facebook's latest faceplants

A fresh wave of self-inflicted troubles for the social networking giant came to light this week. → Read More

Groups warn Biden administration on cutting off Russian Internet

Limiting Internet access would hurt Russians' access to independent info, the groups say. → Read More

Olympics changes guidance for transgender and intersex athletes

The guidelines leave decisions largely to each sport's governing body. → Read More

Kids offer up Lego-like climate instructions to world leaders

Climate change tops a list of kids' fears about people and the planet. → Read More

Facebook, Ray-Ban debut picture-taking smart glasses

The $299 glasses can take photos and videos, as well as play audio. → Read More

Live updates: Apple details the future of iPhone software at WWDC

Many of the changes are coming across iPad, iPhone and Mac. → Read More

Exclusive: Coalition calls on Biden to form disinformation task force

A coalition seeks ways to fight misinformation without eroding free speech protections. → Read More

Exclusive: Trust in tech cratered all over the world last year

The Edelman Trust Barometer surveyed 31,000 people in 27 countries. → Read More

GLAAD's plan to rate social media on safety

The group's Social Media Safety Index comes out in the spring. → Read More

Scoop: Google is investigating the actions of another top AI ethicist

The inquiry into the actions of Margaret Mitchell follows the ouster last year of Timnit Gebru. → Read More

YouTube takes down Trump video, bans new uploads for a week

It's also axing comments throughout his channel. → Read More