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Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk, is feverishly promoting his “Twitter Files”: selected internal communications from the company, laboriously tweeted out by sympathetic amanuenses. But Musk’s obvious conviction that he has released some partisan kraken is mistaken — far...
In January, Missouri Representative Emanuel Cleaver will introduce the Endowment Transparency Act into Congress, a move that could, frankly, change everything. Cleaver’s proposed legislation seeks to amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 to require universities and...
The Block, a crypto-focused publication, received millions in loans from disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried.
The Block founder says he’s exploring ways to get the publication into ‘trustworthy’ hands by Jacquelyn Melinek originally published on TechCrunch
Amazon is ending support for a program that allowed patients to share HIPAA-protected health information with healthcare organizations through Alexa. The news was first reported by Voicebot.ai. The invite-only program, which first launched in 2019, allowed select developers to create and launch HIPAA-compliant healthcare skills for Alexa (skills are the third-party voice apps that run […]
Amazon ends support for third-party HIPAA-compliant Alexa skills by Aisha Malik originally published on TechCrunch
Vanguard leaves net-zero group, lending support to the argument that the industry can’t police itself.
Pressured by fossil fuel interests, Vanguard decides maybe climate change isn’t a problem after all by Tim De Chant originally published on TechCrunch
On Thursday, Disney+ launched its first-ever ad-supported plan, “Disney+ Basic,” in the U.S. at $7.99 per month, which is the same price as the previous ad-free plan before Disney raised the price to $10.99/month. However, Roku users wanting to switch to the new plan are out of luck—at least for now. According to Disney Plus’s support […]
Disney+ ad-supported plan is currently unavailable on Roku devices by Lauren Forristal originally published on TechCrunch
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