Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY

Jessica Guynn

USA TODAY

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Jessica:

Delete Google: Step-by-step guide on how to delete your Google account

If you’re ready to break up with your Google account, these are the steps you can take to permanently delete it. → Read More

Ready to dump Gmail? Here's a step-by-step guide on how to delete your Gmail account

If you don't want your Gmail address anymore, you can remove it from your Google account. Here's how. → Read More

Black people use Facebook more than anyone. Now they're leaving.

Black Americans are deleting Facebook, some to join TikTok. One reason: Facebook has made too little progress in combating racism and violent threats. → Read More

Amazon not loading? Can't hook up on Tinder? The internet has failed you again. Here's what to do

Can't stream Disney+? Load Amazon? Hook up on Tinder? Websites and apps that use Amazon Web Services were knocked offline Tuesday by another outage. → Read More

Congress demands answers from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after whistleblower testimony

"Rather than take responsibility and showing leadership, Mr. Zuckerberg is going sailing," says top Democrat hearing testimony from Facebook whistleblower → Read More

Who is Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen? Everything you need to know

Frances Haugen says she leaked the documents because she wants to fix Facebook. She calls herself "an advocate for public oversight of social media." → Read More

Twitter did not violate election laws when it throttled Hunter Biden article, FEC rules

Twitter didn't violate election laws when it limited the spread of a New York Post article about Hunter Biden shortly before the presidential election → Read More

One year after George Floyd's death, two-thirds of workers want their companies to speak out against racism

One year after the police killing of George Floyd, two-thirds of American workers want their employers to speak out against racism, new survey says. → Read More

Facebook, YouTube and Twitter will fight Texas crackdown on 'censorship' of Trump, conservative speech

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a new law Thursday punishing social media companies for censoring conservative speech and former President Donald Trump. → Read More

Apple gives $30 million in new projects for Racial Equity and Justice Initiative

Apple gives $30 million in new projects for its Racial Equity and Justice Initiative; expanded education programs for Latinx and Black students. → Read More

Can 'love letters' from home buyers perpetuate racism? This state thinks so

Homebuyers across the country enclose love letters with their offers but concern is growing that these very personal pitches violate fair housing laws → Read More

America’s food retail executives at Coke, Costco, Pepsi and Starbucks still mostly white and male

Costco, Starbucks, Coke and Pepsi’s top jobs still filled by white people, but Black and Hispanic people fill nonmanagement roles → Read More

America’s food retail executives at Coke, Costco, Pepsi and Starbucks still mostly white and male

Costco, Starbucks, Coke and Pepsi’s top jobs still filled by white people, but Black and Hispanic people fill nonmanagement roles → Read More

Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO. How rich did Amazon make him?

No need to check his 401k or social security before retiring. Jeff Bezos, who steps down Monday as Amazon’s CEO, is the world’s richest person. → Read More

Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO. How rich did Amazon make him?

No need to check his 401k or social security before retiring. Jeff Bezos, who steps down Monday as Amazon’s CEO, is the world’s richest person. → Read More

Florida faces lawsuit over Trump-inspired law to block Facebook, YouTube and Twitter from political 'censorship'

The tech industry says a Florida law that prevents social media companies from barring the speech of political candidates violates the Constitution. → Read More

Trump Facebook ban upheld by Facebook Oversight Board but opens door to his possible return

Four months after his ouster from Facebook and Instagram, Trump's ban has been upheld, but Facebook must reconsider indefinite suspension. → Read More

Is Trump back on Facebook? Facebook Oversight Board will rule whether his ban lifts or becomes permanent today

Four months after ouster from Facebook and Instagram, Trump will learn if he can reconnect with tens of millions of followers or is permanently banned → Read More

Is Amazon recommending books on QAnon and white nationalism? Browsing books can lead to extremist rabbit hole

Amazon recommends QAnon conspiracy theories, vaccine disinformation and white nationalism to people browsing extremist books, new report says. → Read More

Facebook braces for Derek Chauvin verdict, cracks down on threats and content that celebrates or mocks George Floyd's death

Bracing for a verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin, Facebook pledged to remove threats and content that celebrates or mocks George Floyd’s death. → Read More