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Facebook Plans to Let Users Know if They Followed Russian Pages
Facebook Inc. on Wednesday said it plans to tell millions of users who liked or followed any of the 290 Facebook and Instagram pages created by Russian actors that they were ensnared in an alleged misinformation campaign around the U.S.
Facebook to let users see if they 'liked' Russian accounts
Facebook will show which Russian election troll accounts you followed  TechCrunch
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What's at stake with the FCC's net neutrality vote
The Federal Communications Commission has officially released its regulations that would, if approved, replace the net neutrality rules passed in 2015 under President Obama.
Why the Courts Will Have to Save Net Neutrality  New York Times
Mark Cuban: Net neutrality rules put Trump in charge of the internet  CNBC
Uber's Breach Cover-Up Triggers Government Investigations
Governments around the globe launched investigations into Uber after the company disclosed it had covered up a breach that exposed data on millions of customers and drivers, the latest scandal to rock the ride-hailing firm.
Uber's massive hack: What we know  CNNMoney
Uber faces mounting scrutiny over massive data breach  The Hill
The best Cyber Monday travel deals this Thanksgiving season
CrossFit your thumbs and charge up your mobile device because Cyber Monday is a ticktock away. Forget the sales on chenille socks and pour-over coffee makers.
Airlines offer Black Friday, Cyber Monday sales  USA TODAY
Black Friday Ain't What It Used to Be  Slate Magazine
HPE Returns to Techie Roots Naming Neri to Succeed Whitman
The company now known as HPE will be run by an engineer for the first time in almost two decades, now that Antonio Neri is succeeding Meg Whitman as chief executive officer.
HPE's Meg Whitman Is Stepping Down on Her Own Terms
HPE shares skid after announcement that Meg Whitman is stepping down as CEO  CNBC
Court dismisses lawsuit over 'A Gronking to Remember' cover
CINCINNATI (AP) - A federal appeals court has spiked an Ohio couple's case against companies that distributed an erotic fiction book about a woman's desire for New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski.
Lovers inadvertently featured on 'Rob Gronkowski erotica' book lose ...  Fox News
Federal regulators may take action against TripAdvisor
The Federal Trade Commission is considering whether to take action against TripAdvisor after some consumers accused the Needham-based travel company of removing hotel reviews that included reports of rapes and assaults.
TripAdvisor accused of censoring posts about security concerns  ABC News
The FTC May Investigate TripAdvisor's Controversial Treatment of ...  Fortune
Fed Remains on Track to Raise Interest Rates Next Month
WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve is preparing to raise its benchmark interest rate in December despite the concerns of some Fed officials about the persistent weakness of inflation, according to an account of the Fed's most recent policy meeting.
Fed Signals December Hike Even as Debate on Prices Persists  Bloomberg
Fed officials fear financial market 'imbalances' and possibility of ...  CNBC
Train delays at DIA causing more headaches for last minute travelers
Allow extra time if you're flying out of DIA Wednesday. They are expecting 178,000 passengers. That's enough to fill Sports Authority Field 2.3 times!
Flying out of DIA? 178000 others will be joining you  The Coloradoan
DIA concourse trains running smoothly again after delays; airport travelers ...
The AT&T Antitrust Case: Questions and Answers
AT&T and Time Warner are trying to merge into a nationwide internet, satellite television and media powerhouse. The $85.4 billion deal, reached in October 2016, was widely expected to be approved.
USV AT&T Inc., Time Warner Inc.  Seeking Alpha
Trump, CNN, and the Corruption of Conservatism  Commentary Magazine