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Past articles by David:

ChatGPT is powered by these contractors making $15 an hour

Two OpenAI contractors spoke to NBC News about their work training the system behind ChatGPT. → Read More

Sam Altman is tech’s next household name — if we survive the killer robots

Sam Altman, the man behind ChatGPT, is a new kind of Silicon Valley power player. → Read More

Twitter experiences widespread disruption as users get error message trying to post

The problem is among the most severe since Elon Musk bought the company in October and eliminated most of its staff, including some overseeing infrastructure. → Read More

TikTok tries to sell ‘Project Texas’ as it fights for survival in the U.S.

TikTok is facing the most serious threat to its U.S. operations since 2020, when then-President Donald Trump tried to ban the app and lost in court. → Read More

Elon Musk's Twitter faces censorship allegations in India free speech battle

Twitter appears to have restricted several tweets sharing media critical of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. → Read More

Trump Facebook ban could be reversed in the coming weeks

After a two-year suspension, Meta says it will decide in the coming weeks if Trump can be let back on the platform. → Read More

Silicon Valley is coming for your gut biome

Venture capitalists who have made fortunes investing in software and hardware are putting tens of millions of dollars into companies that make probiotic pills. → Read More

California police say member of Elon Musk's security team is a suspect following stalker claim

An incident near a Los Angeles-area highway last week became a flashpoint for a debate about the sharing of personal information on the Musk-owned Twitter. → Read More

Elon Musk says he can stop child exploitation on Twitter. So far, he’s axed jobs and pushed out watchdogs

Under Musk’s new management, Twitter said that its November suspensions for child sexual exploitation content had risen, but internal records show the company has few employees left working on "Trust and Safety." → Read More

Ye and big tech gave Infowars one of its biggest days ever

Google told NBC News in a statement that it is working to remove reuploads if the antisemitism in the interview isn't denounced in the video via added commentary. → Read More

Ye and big tech gave Infowars one of its biggest days ever

Ya, formerly Kanye West, openly spread antisemitism on Infowars. The spectacle handed Infowars and Alex Jones a viral moment like they had never had before. → Read More

Twitter has grown under Elon Musk — mainly in the U.S., data shows

Twitter downloads have increased especially in the United States, according to independent analysts, but forecasting the app’s future is not that simple. → Read More

Elon Musk reinstates former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account

It wasn’t immediately clear if Trump would use his old account, which had 88.8 million followers. He said in April he would stick to his own social media app. → Read More

Video: Mark Zuckerberg thanks laid-off Meta employees in leaked call

The Meta CEO said the job-cuts call was one of the hardest he's had to make in the 18 years since he started the company previously known as Facebook. → Read More

The movement to ban TikTok: What the midterms could mean for the future of the app

The effort to ban TikTok is gaining more supporters, and it could become stronger after the midterm elections. → Read More

Days before the midterms, Twitter lays off employees who fight misinformation

The cuts appeared to affect many people whose jobs were to keep Twitter from being overwhelmed by prohibited content such as hateful conduct and targeted harassment, according to one current and six former Twitter employees familiar with the cuts. → Read More

Elon Musk now leading Twitter, ushering in likely changes to online speech

The move ends months of tension between Twitter and Musk after the mogul first offered to buy the platform in April, then tried to pull out weeks later. → Read More

How the Supreme Court could change the internet as we know it

The court is poised to hear as many as three cases this term about the legal protections social media companies have used to become industry behemoths. → Read More

California alleges Amazon inflated prices with supplier deals

Amazon has faced criticism for years that its pricing models could lead to consumers paying more. California’s attorney general said his state’s residents have overpaid. → Read More

State by state, some patients are losing telehealth access to doctors

The rollback in telehealth access has been happening gradually and quietly over the past few months as pandemic-era emergency health orders lapsed. → Read More