Taiwan Lawmakers Call for Rebranding Flagship Airline, Changing Passport Design

Taiwan’s legislature approved proposals to rebrand the island’s flagship airline and make its passports more distinct from mainland Chinese ones—a

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EU’s Top Court Restricts Personal-Data Transfers to U.S., Citing Surveillance Concerns

Thousands of companies will face restrictions on storing information about European Union residents on U.S. servers, after the bloc’s top

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Facebook Looks to Contain Advertising Boycott Over Hate Speech

Facebook Inc. is working to persuade its top advertisers not to pause spending on the social network, as it tries

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Trump Campaign Weighs Alternatives to Big Social Platforms

The Trump campaign, known for its social media savvy, is hitting digital roadblocks. Facebook’s decision to remove Trump campaign political

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Public-Health Officials Targeted, Live and on Facebook

Public-health officials around the country are facing intimidation both online and off. Opponents of social-distancing rules are using Facebook Inc.

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Microsoft Shutting Down Live-Streaming Service Mixer

Microsoft Corp. said it is shutting down its live-streaming service Mixer and working to move its community of broadcasters and

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Apple’s WWDC Goes Virtual, and Tech Industry Is Taking Note

At Apple Inc.’s software conference two years ago, Ken Case peppered peers over breakfasts with questions about their businesses. He

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WSJ News Exclusive | Ad Agency Encourages Clients to Join Facebook Ad Boycott

A prominent advertising agency is advising clients to support an ad boycott against Facebook Inc. that was recently called for

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Facebook, Twitter Say They Haven’t Seen Foreign Governments Meddle in Black Lives Matter Movement

WASHINGTON—Executives at Facebook, Inc. and Twitter Inc. said Thursday they hadn’t seen evidence that foreign governments had been using fake

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