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Police in Tempe, Ariz., are still investigating the collision, which killed a 49-year-old woman crossing the road at night.
In an open letter, Tim Berners-Lee raised the question over whether internet companies can effectively police themselves.
Don't blame bots. People share fake news over Twitter because they find the content novel, according to the MIT study.
The survey asked Facebook users whether it'd be OK for adults to use the platform to ask a 14-year-old girl for sexual pictures.
Jack Dorsey wants ideas for how best to measure Twitter's 'conversational health.'
In a Reddit AMA, the Microsoft co-founder voiced concern about the anonymity of cryptocurrencies, which he said can facilitate criminal behavior.
Twitter's fight against bots and abuse collided with some right-wing pundits who suspected the company was targeting conservative voices.
Opponents of the FCC's order are planning to fight back in court. Democrats are also trying to reverse the repeal in Congress.
The function shouldn't be confused with Reddit's downvoting option. It's designed to let users report inappropriate comments as opposed to demoting internet posts.
Facebook declined by about 50 million hours per day in last year's fourth quarter, or about 5 percent overall.
The heist at Coincheck involved 523 million tokens from a cryptocurrency known as NEM.
The hackers behind the malware appear to have been selling the hijacked computing power on the mining platform NiceHash, according to Palo Alto Networks.
Apple's iOS 11.3 update, arriving this spring, will give iPhone owners a full breakdown of their device's battery health, as well as new features for Messages and Health and four new Animoji.
Check out the explosive footage.