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Human Rights Advocates Are Fighting Elon Musk’s 'Amnesty' Plan for Suspended Twitter Users

Elon Musk’s plan to offer ‘amnesty’ to suspended Twitter users puts human rights in jeopardy across the globe, advocacy experts say. → Read More

Twitter Was a Lifeline for People With Disabilities. Musk’s Reign Is Changing All of That

Twitter users with disabilities say they could be "left with nothing" in the wake of Elon Musk taking over the site. → Read More

Netflix's New Ad Tier Is Officially Here. What That Means for Viewers

The service will have commercials for the first time in its 15-year history. → Read More

Why Airbnbs Are Getting Harder to Rent Out

Many Airbnb hosts are weathering a steep decline in occupancy rates, but it’s not necessarily because people don’t want to travel. → Read More

What to Know About Trump’s Twitter Ban, Now That Elon Musk Owns the Platform

Trump reiterated his support for TRUTH Social on Friday. Will Trump make his way back to Twitter? → Read More

Using Someone Else's Netflix Password? A Crackdown Is Coming in 'Early 2023'

Netflix will officially start charging for password sharing in early 2023. Here's what that means for you. → Read More

How Ads on Netflix Will Change the Way You Watch

Netflix's new ad-based plan will allow subscribers to cut costs by at least a third in exchange for a few streaming drawbacks. → Read More

Why TikTok Shopping Could Flop in the U.S.

TikTok users in the U.S. may not be ready to embrace shopping on the platform. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

The Fate of Trump's TRUTH Social Hangs in Balance

As delays continue to plague a $1.3-billion merger, extremism is rising on the platform. → Read More

What Meta’s Latest Takedown of Fake Foreign Accounts Could Mean for the U.S. Midterms

Facebook parent company Meta said it took down a network of fake accounts, originating in China, that was attempting to interfere in the U.S. midterms. → Read More

The Promise—And Possible Perils—of Editing What We Say Online

Twitter and Apple have introduced new editing features to their services. Analysts have concerns. → Read More

YouTube's Next Move in the Race to Beat TikTok

YouTube will give creators more chances to make money from short videos, in an apparent bid to compete with TikTok. → Read More

Meta Is Building AI That Reads Brainwaves. The Reality, So Far, Is Messy

Researchers at Meta, the parent company of Facebook, have developed AI that can “hear” what someone’s hearing, by studying their brainwaves. → Read More

TRUTH Social’s Biggest Problem Is Trump

Trump’s social media company, TRUTH Social, is struggling with a host of financial, legal, and technical issues that threaten its future. → Read More

What Happens to Refinanced Student Loans Under Biden's Forgiveness Plan?

For borrowers who previously refinanced their federal loans into a private loan, forgiveness is likely out of the question, according to loan experts. → Read More

Instagram Is Prototyping a New Feature That Appears to Copy the Best Parts of BeReal

The hype surrounding the fledgling social media platform BeReal hasn't escaped the attention of Instagram, it seems. → Read More

BeReal Won't Save Us From Social Media—Yet

BeReal exploded in popularity this summer, and it's been touted as the anti-Instagram. But is the app here to stay? → Read More

Facebook's Home Page Works Differently Now. Here's How To Use It

Facebook is launching a new feature that will allow users to see posts from their friends, groups, and pages in chronological order. → Read More

Netflix Lost Nearly 1 Million Subscribers Last Quarter. Here's What That Means for Its Future

While Netflix performed better than expected this quarter, its subscriber exodus continues to raise questions about streaming's future. → Read More

How Your Texts Can Be Used As Evidence

Many people assume text messages are private, but that's not always the case. Here's what to know about how texting can be used as evidence. → Read More