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The FCC's abandonment of network neutrality will end the internet as we know it
No one could accuse Ajit Pai, President Trump's appointee as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, of concealing his intention to kill network neutrality.
Commentary: The FCC Has Always Defended Net Neutrality. Why Stop Now?  Fortune
Here's the FCC's Plan to Kill Net Neutrality  Gizmodo
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Uber Hack: Here's How to Find Out If You've Been Affected
News that hackers accessed the personal data of 57 million Uber accounts has consumers asking themselves a question that's beginning to feel all too familiar: Am I vulnerable and how do I find out?
How Uber reportedly tried to keep the lid on the data breach that affected ...  Business Insider
Uber data breach “raises huge concerns”, says UK watchdog  TechCrunch
Budget 2017: What does the diesel change mean?
The sale of new diesel cars that do not meet latest emissions standards will face a one-off tax increase in April. It will apply to the first year of road tax, and be levied on all diesels that do not meet the Real Driving Emissions Step 2 standards on ...
AI, 5G, driverless cars on the government's tech agenda  CNET
LONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100 Logs 3-day Win Streak, But Home Builders Slide ...  Fox Business
The Tesla Debate In A Nutshell
Tesla stimulates intense debate, but the exact points of contention are rarely if ever laid out explicitly. In this article, I attempt to fairly summarize the main arguments of Tesla critics.
Elon Musk's earth-drilling project is as boring as ever  The Mercury News
Elon Musk files permit to begin digging underground tunnel within Los ...  ABC News
Making Sense Of The Black Friday Bonanza
I write on the confluence of shopping centers, ecommerce & consumers. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
Cyber Monday is forecast to be huge. The reason: can't shake a shopping ...  USA TODAY
Why Hackers Love Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals  TheStreet.com
HPE's Meg Whitman Is Stepping Down on Her Own Terms
Whitman, who has been HP or HPE's CEO since 2011, is stepping down in 2018 but will remain on the board of directors. ByAnders Keitz.
10 things you need to know before the opening bell  Business Insider
Whitman's surprise exit at HPE stumps Wall Street, shares fall  Reuters
TripAdvisor accused of censoring posts about security concerns
Back now with new questions about the popular website TripAdvisor. And whether they censured posts warning them about potential dangers coming before cyber Monday when 27% more hotel rooms are booked than any other day of the year and ABC's gio ...
The FTC is reportedly looking into TripAdvisor after it censored users ...  The Verge
The FTC May Investigate TripAdvisor's Controversial Treatment of ...  Fortune
TSA Changes Could Make Thanksgiving Travel Even More Painful
There's nothing fun about traveling during the holidays—especially Thanksgiving. Crowds are immense. People are cranky. And now, in addition to all of that, the airport security line could be a new sort of nightmare.
Despite early security backup and fog, nearly all flights leave on schedule ...  Sacramento Bee
Flying on Wednesday? Expect long lines, but few flight delays  USA TODAY
Wall Street Teeters as Investors Seek Direction Ahead of Fed Minutes
Stocks are trading mixed on Wednesday after Wall Street set records in the previous session. ByKinsey Grant. Nov 22, 2017 12:44 PM EST.
Higher oil prices help Wall Street nullify tech retreat  Nasdaq
Stocks- Wall Street Mixed as Oil Prices Surge  Investing.com
Peter Thiel sells most of remaining Facebook stake
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc's (FB.O) first major investor Peter Thiel has sold three-quarters of his remaining stake in the social network as part of a previously established trading plan, a regulatory filing showed.
Peter Thiel Sells 73% of His Remaining Stake in Facebook  Bloomberg