- UK parliament asks Zuckerberg to testify in data misuse case
LONDON (AP) — A British parliamentary committee on Tuesday summoned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions on fake news as authorities step up efforts to determine whether data has been improperly used to influence elections.
- Facebook under pressure again, UK promises investigation
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook is having one of its worst weeks as a publicly traded company with a share sell-off continuing for a second day.
- The Latest: Report says Facebook security chief to leave
NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data (all times local):
- Facebook's recurring nightmare: Helping muddy up elections
MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Facebook has a problem it just can't kick: People keep exploiting it in ways that could sway elections, and in the worst cases even undermine democracy.
- Egyptian court rules Uber, Careem illegal; appeal expected
CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court on Tuesday ordered authorities to revoke the operating licenses of the Uber and Careem ride-hailing services and block their mobile apps and software.
- Crash marks 1st death involving fully autonomous vehicle
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — A fatal pedestrian crash involving a self-driving Uber SUV in a Phoenix suburb could have far-reaching consequences for the new technology as automakers and other companies race to be the first with cars that operate on their own.
- Russian court: Telegram app must cooperate with spy agency
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's top court ruled Tuesday that the popular Telegram messaging app can be forced to provide user data to Russian security services.
- Robots break new ground in construction industry
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — As a teenager working for his dad's construction business, Noah Ready-Campbell dreamed that robots could take over the dirty, tedious parts of his job, such as digging and leveling soil for building projects.
- Amazon Go execs share insights into shopper behavior
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A key executive behind Amazon Go, the online leader's much heralded cashier-less grocery store, says she was surprised at how many customers were hesitant to just walk out the store.
- Maduro's cryptocurrency 'genius' once pushed US sanctions
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — A chief strategist of Venezuela's government-backed cryptocurrency is a former U.S. congressional intern who once organized protests against the same socialist administration he's now helping to circumvent U.S. financial sanctions.
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