Tech Group Files Lawsuit Against President’s Social-Media Executive Order

WASHINGTON—A group that promotes online rights filed a lawsuit challenging President Trump’s executive order targeting social-media companies, contending it violates

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Zoom Lifts Full-Year Sales Outlook as Coronavirus Boosts Demand

Zoom Video Communications Inc. raised its full-year outlook for sales after they more than doubled in the first quarter, as

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‘Live’ Facebook Protest Videos Drew Millions of Views, but Some Footage Was Years Old

Through much of the tumultuous weekend, a popular video on Facebook Live purported to show real-time footage of police officers

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Microsoft Takes On Zoom and Slack in a Battle for Your Work Computer

When New York City’s education department ordered teachers to stop using Zoom videoconferencing for classes in April, because of security

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Low-Income Nations Likely to Remain Deeply Damaged Five Years After Pandemic, World Bank Says

The world’s low-income and emerging market economies will likely remain deeply damaged even five years after the coronavirus pandemic and associated

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He Lives His American Dream on a Russian Bike

Rachid Baligh of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Marrakesh, Morocco, 45, CEO and owner of Translingual Interpreting, an international linguistics consulting firm,

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