Blackout hours, educational content, time limits, and interspersed pauses. This is how China is attempting to mitigate social media addiction, especially among kids.

European researchers say they found hundreds of terms the phone could block, including “Tiananmen” and “Hong Kong Independence.” There’s no playbook for what comes next

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What the professional social network gets right. And what others can learn from it.

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Learning to love it makes all the difference.

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The tech giants exported their open work cultures to the world. But now, after the Facebook leaks, the concept is headed to its grave.

Leaked documents show what happened when Facebook tried to remove feed ranking

An internal Facebook plan reveals the machinations of a company determined to fend off Apple’s new privacy controls

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