David Meyer, Fortune

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Past articles by David:

Microsoft’s A.I. ethics layoffs send a worrying signal

Microsoft could be choosing speed over A.I. caution. → Read More

Germany and the Netherlands signal weakening of Europe’s China tech ties

Europe is following the U.S.’s lead in gradually decoupling with China. → Read More

Slack, supply chains, and customer services all get generative-A.I. smarts

Microsoft and Salesforce are baking generative A.I. into their enterprise services. → Read More

Europe’s new net neutrality battle could have global consequences

Big telecoms companies might change how the internet works. → Read More

Netflix, Meta and other U.S. internet companies could be forced to pay to reach users in Europe. Here’s why a new net neutrality fight is erupting.

The net neutrality debate is alive again in Europe, and telecom operators think they have a path to victory. → Read More

When it comes to the TikTok ban debate, hypocrisy abounds

U.S. tech services are also a threat to foreigners’ data—and China bans many apps. → Read More

‘Psychological warfare’: TikTokers are right to be horrified by the new Bold Glamour filter

The effect takes unrealistic beauty standards to a new level. → Read More

Nokia-maker HMD may be ahead of the curve with its repairable phone and European onshoring

The Finnish phone firm reckons it knows what Europeans want. → Read More

First, A.I. came for the artists—here’s why that was a mistake

Creatives are outraged at A.I. ripping off their work, and have the voice to warn others. → Read More

Big Tech goes back to moving fast and breaking things

Thanks to financial woes and an A.I. arms race, it’s back to the future. → Read More

A new book on the Sumner Redstone saga is a real page-turner—but it’s not about business

But it's not about business. → Read More

How to solve the U.S.’s deficit problem

A vibrant economy and functioning federal government would help. → Read More

Meta and the rest of Big Tech just got a new reason to be fearful about their future in Europe

Meta risks being forced out of its second most important market as the U.S. and Europe remain at odds over how user data is shared across the Atlantic. → Read More

CEOs aren’t abandoning their ESG plans—but they are changing the language they use to defend them

But they are changing the language they use to defend them. → Read More

The U.S. is behind Asia and Europe on battery manufacturing—but the push is on to change that

Battery guru Christina Lampe-Önnerud is back in the U.S., this time in a public-private partnership. → Read More

Meta’s Oversight Board promises to make faster Facebook and Instagram moderation decisions

The Oversight Board says it will increase its caseload and issue some verdicts in as little as two days. → Read More

Crypto out, tech gone quiet: What we learned from this year’s Super Bowl ads

The ads offer a window into the business zeitgeist of the moment. → Read More

BP CEO Looney on climate-target rollback furor: ‘People will not judge us on our words, they will judge us on our actions’

"People will not judge us on our words, they will judge us on our actions," he said. → Read More

President Biden’s industrial policy push is a break from 50 years of orthodoxy

It will change the contours of the global economy. → Read More

Bots can make Twitter a better place to be. Now Elon Musk wants to decide which ones are ‘good’

The drama over Elon Musk's recent effort to quash bots was characteristically chaotic. → Read More