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EU puts guardrails on US tech giants

As the engine of American capitalism, and a largely dysfunctional United States regulatory framework, have enabled the rise of technology behemoths that dictate the rules of our radically connected world, one force is successfully reining them in: the European Union. 

U.S. to probe Musk ventures

With the acquisition of Twitter set to accelerate into a dramatic close, another twist has begun to unfold for the social network: the Biden Administration is launching a security review of Elon Musk's ventures. What will they uncover? 

Rogue states targeting UK elections

Although the election to replace outgoing United Kingdom Prime Minister Liz Truss is largely a parliamentary party leadership contest, hackers from unfriendly nations are already moving to sow discord among the British public. 

LinkedIn plagued by rampant fraud

The world's largest social network for business professionals and rolodex-skimmers is banning hundreds of thousands of accounts a day, as it struggles with fake accounts and massive fraud. But is it too late? 

TikTok to Compete with OnlyFans

In an effort to graduate with its teen-and-twenty-something users, TikTok has revealed plans to offer creators of livestreams and loops "adults-only" options. But it isn't for porn.