Jamie Condliffe, The New York Times

Jamie Condliffe

The New York Times

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Past articles by Jamie:

The Week in Tech: Worried About Screen Time? A Dose of Big Tech Data May Help

Moral panic about our use of devices could benefit from good data. Big Tech companies are sitting on that information. → Read More

The Week in Tech: Data Doesn’t Support Sri Lanka’s Social Media Blackout

Social media platforms have a role in inciting violence, but there’s little evidence to suggest that shutting them down prevents escalation. → Read More

The Week in Tech: We Might Be Regulating the Web Too Fast

Conflicting national laws on harmful content could have unintended consequences for the global internet. → Read More

The Week in Tech: Facebook Is Desperate to Shape Tech Regulation. Should It?

Asking tech leaders how to regulate their own industry might be like “asking the foxes how best to guard the henhouse.” → Read More

The Week in Tech: Who Should Let Driverless Cars Off the Leash?

As Uber and Lyft go public, financial interest in getting truly driverless cars on the road will mount. That shouldn’t mean it happens in a rush. → Read More

The Week in Tech: Our Future Robots Will Need Super-Smart Safety Checks

Software looks to be at the heart of the recent Ethiopian Airlines crash. Safety approval of such systems will only get harder as technology advances. → Read More

The Week in Tech: How Much Regulation Is Too Much?

Knowing how far to go in curbing Big Tech’s power might not be as straightforward as it first seems. → Read More

The Week in Tech: Facebook’s Privacy Pivot (Business Model Not Included)

The social network has laid out plans for making a shift toward private messaging. Less clear is how it will turn a profit from it. → Read More

In the Hunt for Quants, One Hedge Fund Held a Global Talent Contest

Big tech has tempted many math and science graduates away from finance and toward Silicon Valley, so the search for new staff is expanding. → Read More

Facebook Reels Over Instagram’s Leadership Loss: DealBook’s One Thing to Watch Today

It’s unclear if any successor will be able to continue the hot streak of the social networks’s co-founders, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger. → Read More

Why A.M.D.’s Stock Is Outperforming Intel’s

Once an also-ran, a turnaround at the chip maker A.M.D. is taking hold. → Read More

Foxconn Is Feeling the Sag in Smartphone Sales. Apple? Not So Much.

The world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer has recorded two straight quarters of declining profits, as smartphone sales stagnate. → Read More

The Stock Market’s Next $1 Trillion Milestone: Buybacks

Corporate boards could authorize companies to purchase $1 trillion of their own stock this year. → Read More

Cisco’s Duo Acquisition Is Part of an Industry Push to Secure the Cloud

The company is investing $2.35 billion to make it easier to use apps and services securely from afar. Expect similar deals soon. → Read More

How to Fix Social Media’s Big Problems? Lawmakers Have Ideas

A U.S. senator and a panel in Britain’s House of Commons have offered some of the first firm suggestions to address issues relating to privacy and misinformation. → Read More

Big Investors Are Placing Bets on China’s Facial Recognition Start-Ups

The financing reflects the technology’s embrace by Beijing, which has created a better environment for companies to test it than in the West. → Read More

The Pursuit of $1 Trillion: Amazon Closes In on Apple

The race to surpass the symbolic market cap is Apple’s to lose, but Amazon is increasingly giving it some stiff competition. → Read More

A Brief History of the Impact of E.U. Antitrust Fines on Tech Stocks

European officials have fined Google a record $5.1 billion. History suggests the company’s share price won’t be affected. → Read More

Read Lloyd Blankfein’s Farewell Memo to His Goldman Sachs Team

The firm’s chief executive has announced the end of his tenure after 12 years in the role. Here’s how he said goodbye. → Read More

Theresa May Still Seeks a Special Relationship With the E.U. for London’s Banks

A proposal for a soft exit from the European Union aims to gently limit access of British banks to European markets. E.U. officials might demand that it goes further. → Read More