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Travel ban triggered panic, passenger surge
(May 2020) WASHINGTONIn the final days before the United States faced a full-blown epidemic, President Donald Trump made a last-ditch attempt to prevent people infected with the coronavirus from reaching the

New York City, once the U.S. epicenter of coronavirus, eyes June reopening
(May 2020) Jobless claims were filed by 2.1 million Americans last week, raising the 10-week total to more than 40 million.

Trump’s move to block travel from Europe triggered chaos and a surge of passengers from the outbreak’s center
(May 2020) In the final days before the United States faced a full-blown epidemic, President Donald Trump made a last-ditch attempt to prevent people infected with the coronavirus from reaching the country.”To

Twitter’s New Fact-Checking Stance Sets Difficult Precedent
(May 2020) Twitter Inc., the notoriously unfiltered social network that has been called out for doing both too much and not enough to moderate conversations on its service, has entered new territory — at a

Twitter Finally Fact-Checked Trump. It’s a Bit of a Mess
(May 2020) Less than six months from the election, social media platforms are still not ready to deal with political disinformation.

Google, Facebook and Twitter face bias reckoning
(May 2020) Trump’s executive order is also expected to order a review of a law that has long protected Twitter, Facebook and Google from being responsible for the material posted by their users.

Why Twitter labeled Trump’s tweets as misleading and Facebook didn’t
on 29th of May 2020 But it could also make the companies more likely to take down false or misleading content rather that just add a disclaimer — the opposite of what Trump wants. “That’s the irony of all this,” said

How a Chinese AI Giant Made Chatting—and Surveillance—Easy
(May 2020) Alexa can tell you the weather. Siri knows a few jokes. In China, voice-computing company iFlytek built similar smart assistants beloved by users. But its tech is also helping the government listen in

One final viral infusion: Trump’s move to block travel from Europe triggered chaos and a surge of passengers from the outbreak’s center
(May 2020) The attempt to keep the virus out of the country exposed thousands to infection as they crossed the Atlantic and came after U.S. cases had reached critical mass.

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