In today’s news, Facebook takes out full page ads to complain about Apple’s upcoming ad tracking option, the FTC asks major social media companies to hand over information about how they handle user data and stock-trading app Robinhood finds itself at the center of a new regulatory complaint.
The relationship status between Facebook and Apple has gone from “frenemies” to “it’s complicated” to something much worse now.
The company also plans to start labeling tweets that present misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines in early 2021.
The popular stock-trading app reportedly has more than 13 million customer accounts.
The lawsuit alleges Facebook was a “co-conspirator” with Google to manipulate advertising auctions.
Gig economy companies are asking that their workers get priority in vaccine access. It might be easier said than done.
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In today’s news, the US Food and Drug Administration has…
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