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The FCC’s vote repealing its net neutrality rules is finally official. Here’s what happens now.

The next few weeks will see a frenzy of activity with opponents of the rule finally free to act.

YouTube excels at recommending videos — but not at detecting hoaxes

Falsehoods were rampant after the Parkland, Fla., school shooting despite the firm’s promise to improve its algorithm. And lawmakers are growing increasingly frustrated and vocal about disinformation on social media.

A lesson from GE: The power of telling hard truths – and the peril of avoiding them

How to prevent a culture of ‘success theater’ like the one described under GE’s Immelt

The FCC’s vote repealing its net neutrality rules is finally official. Here’s what happens now.

The next few weeks will see a frenzy of activity. This is what to expect.

States reach a $650 million settlement over exploding Takata air bags

Virginia, Maryland and the District were among 44 states that reached a settlement involving the largest recall in U.S. history.

YouTube excels at recommending videos — but not at detecting hoaxes

Falsehoods were rampant after the Parkland, Fla., school shooting despite the company’s promise to improve its algorithm. And lawmakers are growing increasingly frustrated — and vocal — about disinformation on social media.

An old tax scam – with a troubling new twist

Because more people have become aware of the telephone tax-payment trick and learned to ignore the threats, the schemers had to evolve. The latest twist on this swindle is just pure evil.

The Trump administration takes its first big step toward stricter work requirements for food stamps

Changes to the program will help make low-income people self-sufficient, the administration says.

Algorithms are one reason a conspiracy theory goes viral. Another reason might be you.

YouTube and Facebook have come under fire for trending Parkland shooting conspiracy theories. They’re only part of the problem.

SpaceX’s Internet satellites are part of a wave of new tech that could bring more broadband choice

Thursday’s launch of a pair of experimental broadband satellites comes as faster Internet speeds, better service and lower prices are just over the horizon.