The People’s Bank of China has been developing the digital yuan, a so-called central bank digital currency that aims to replace some of the cash in circulation.
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Google’s post Wednesday warned against solutions “like PII graphs based on people’s email addresses,” casting doubt on the future of some ad-tech proposals.
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It was created by David Dobrik, a popular YouTuber who gained early fame on the now-defunct social network Vine.
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The incident comes after two Black Salesforce employees pointed to workplace issues in resignation letters they published on LinkedIn.
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Susan Wojcicki said it’s still unclear when the ban would be lifted due the still “elevated risk of violence.”
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A video clip created by digital artist Beeple was flipped for a record $6.6 million last week.
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Taiwan will remain competitive in the semiconductor industry in the face of Chinese ambitions, Wang Mei-hua, the island’s minister of economy told CNBC.
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Satya Nadella’s Microsoft has been a kinder, gentler company than it was in the past, and that might have to do with the CEO’s more accommodating approach.
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Snowflake’s product revenue guidance for the full fiscal year came in right in line with analysts’ estimates, and the company converted all shares to one vote.
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The company said in October it would be halting political advertising for an indefinite period after the election to prevent confusion or abuse.
Read more: Facebook will allow political ads again starting March 4