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Jonathan Vanian


Oakland, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Jonathan:

The Biden inauguration in photos: from the swearing in to the huge police presence

Here are the best photos from the new President's inauguration. → Read More

WhatsApp delays privacy policy update as users flock to Signal, Telegram

Facebook delayed a privacy update to its WhatsApp messaging service after concerned users started flocking to rivals Signal and Telegram. → Read More

Private messaging apps Signal and Telegram are red hot after the Capitol riots

Private messaging apps Signal and Telegram are the most downloaded free apps jn Apple’s app store and in Google's Play Store. → Read More

3 things to watch for in A.I. in 2021

With a new White House administration soon in place, there may be a clearer set of national A.I. policies that will trickle down to the business world. → Read More

Can companies fire pro-Trump rioters? It's complicated

Firing employees employees who took part of the lawlessness depends a lot on the city and state, union status, and criminal charges. → Read More

Pro-Trump rioters could face up to 20 years in prison

Pro-Trump rioters who tried to delay the Electoral College vote counting could face up to 20 years in prison. → Read More

Supporters of Trump's electoral college stunt may be expelled from Congress under planned resolution

Rep. Cori Bush's planned resolution calls for the removal of Republican Congress members who challenged the outcome of the 2020 presidential electoral college results. → Read More

Justice Department email accounts compromised in SolarWinds cyberattack

Hackers responsible for the SolarWinds cyberattack were able to access the email accounts of Justice Department employees. → Read More

FBI, CIA, and NSA: Russia was likely behind major SolarWinds hack

Russia is likely to be behind the major SolarWinds cyberattack that has compromised multiple federal agencies and businesses. → Read More

How A.I. can speed up the COVID-19 vaccination drive

Macro-eyes' machine learning software has been used in countries such as Tanzania to improve the efficiency of immunization drives. → Read More

What a Biden-Harris Administration means for artificial intelligence

Increased spending on A.I. research and a tougher stance on facial-recognition software could be in the spotlight. → Read More

Biden received more total votes than any presidential candidate in U.S. history

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has scored more votes than any other presidential candidate in U.S. history. → Read More

California just passed tougher privacy rules that may reverberate nationwide

Companies operating in California will now have to comply with tougher data privacy rules now that voters have approved Proposition 24. → Read More

2020 election results: How Matt Gaetz, Nicole Galloway, Dan Crenshaw are doing

Three members of Fortune’s 2020 40 under 40 in government and politics are involved in important races in Texas, Florida, and Missouri. → Read More

Robocalls are spreading lies about voter safety

Contrary to the automated messages’ insinuation that it's unsafe to vote, there have been no major reports of violence and civic unrest so far during Election Day. → Read More

Netflix just raised its subscription prices. Here’s how much more you’ll pay

The company’s standard subscription plan will now cost $14 a month instead of $13, and its premium plan is now $18 instead of $16. → Read More

Netflix is testing an audio-only feature that's similar to podcasts

Netflix is testing a new feature for streaming video that would turn its shows into podcasts. → Read More

Microsoft Q1 2021 earnings: Microsoft's solid quarter muted by weaker-than-expected guidance

Microsoft reported strong sales growth during its most recent quarter, but a weaker-than-expected guidance for the current quarter muted investor enthusiasm. → Read More

Why teaching A.I. to read is a lifelong endeavor

Companies should know that A.I.-related data training projects are never done. There’s always room for improvement. → Read More

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield on Zoom, growth, and the changing nature of work

Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield spoke at the Fortune Global Forum about his company's growth, Zoom's meteoric rise, and the changing nature of work. → Read More