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  • Google systemically underpays women, regulator says

    Google systemically underpays women, regulator says

    Government investigators looking into how Google pays its employees accused the tech giant of shortchanging women doing similar work to men. A U.S. Department of Labor official disclosed the agency's allegations during a Friday court hearing in San Francisco. “We found systemic compensation disparities...

  • Trump administration revokes demand that Twitter unmask critic's account

    Trump administration revokes demand that Twitter unmask critic's account

    The Trump administration has rescinded a demand that Twitter Inc. share information about a user who has criticized the new president, the social media company said Friday in a court filing. Twitter received an administrative order to turn over records nearly a month ago, but said it refused to...

  • YouTube won't put ads on channels with fewer than 10,000 views

    YouTube won't put ads on channels with fewer than 10,000 views

    YouTube will no longer display ads on videos from channels with fewer than 10,000 views, a move the company says was in the works long before the current controversy over ads appearing before extremist videos. The video-hosting platform, which is owned by Google, announced the changes in a Thursday...

  • Trump administration taps Lyft's Los Angeles general manager for transportation team

    Trump administration taps Lyft's Los Angeles general manager for transportation team

    Lyft’s general manager of Los Angeles is trading in his role at the ride-hailing company for a position in the Trump administration, the White House announced Thursday. If confirmed, Derek Kan, who is also on Amtrak’s board of directors and has been with Lyft for nearly two years, will serve as...

  • 23andMe gets FDA permission to tell customers about disease risks in their genes

    23andMe gets FDA permission to tell customers about disease risks in their genes

    For the first time, U.S. regulators have authorized a company to tell consumers directly about their individual genetic risk of certain diseases and conditions without involving a healthcare professional. 23andMe Inc., based in Mountain View, Calif., gained approval from the Food and Drug Administration...

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