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As Silicon Valley gets disrupted by the pandemic, this CEO says tech companies should look to Canada to expand

Salesforce has reportedly held talks to buy office messaging app Slack

YouTube just suspended OANN after it said the conservative media outlet promoted a fake cure for COVID-19

Amazon is teaming up with a government watchdog group to crack down on counterfeit products

Apple's security chief was indicted on bribery charges over allegations that he offered $70,000 worth of iPads in exchange for concealed-carry permits for Apple security guards

Amazon is using union-busting Pinkerton spies to track warehouse workers and labour movements at the company, according to a new report

Republicans will continue to cherry-pick examples of anti-conservative bias at Facebook and Twitter — but right-wing misinformation breaks more rules online

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook should be liable for 'some content,' but the social giant and other platforms still shouldn't be regulated as publishers or telecom firms

Airbnb refunded $1 billion in bookings and lost 80% of business this year, but its founders say the coronavirus crisis 'was just the beginning,' as the company files to go public

Sen. Brian Schatz said the Senate's hearing with tech CEOs was a 'sham' and used his time to criticise Republicans rather than ask any questions

Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook makes a 'relatively small' amount from political advertising. The company has made $2.2 billion from political ads since mid-2018.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had trouble connecting to Wednesday's virtual Section 230 hearing

Reddit employees will keep their coveted San Francisco salaries if they move to more affordable cities, bucking the trend of pay cuts for workers leaving Silicon Valley

Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey warn that stripping tech firms of Section 230 protections would harm free expression on the internet

A Facebook contractor has reportedly contracted COVID-19 days after returning to the office, and now colleagues are worried about an outbreak

Twitter botched its own moderation policies by banning a New York Post story and added fuel to the right's baseless belief that Big Tech is waging a war against conservatives

Amazon said its third-party sellers blew past $3.5 billion in sales on Prime Day, growing more from last year than Amazon's own retail business

Priscilla Chan said she's proud of how Mark Zuckerberg has handled backlash over Facebook's policing of misinformation and conspiracy theories like QAnon

Sacha Baron Cohen just slammed Facebook for being a home for conspiracy theories that could 'kill democracy as we know it'

Twitter said it had to temporarily lock Trump's account after he shared a columnist's email address, violating the company's policies