Users Flock To Cameo To Celebrate Life’s Events During The Pandemic
It’s tough marking special events these days. The New Yorker’s Naomi Fry explains many people are now turning to an app called Cameo for personalized celebrity messages for their friends and family.
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By BY KEITH BRADSHER AND RAYMOND ZHONG
Beijing issued rules that could allow it to halt exports, imports and investments by businesses accused of endangering national security.
By BY LINDA QIU AND BEN DECKER
By BY DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI, CECILIA KANG AND KELLEN BROWNING
When downloads of the Chinese-owned messaging service are barred in the U.S. starting at midnight on Sunday, the feud between the countries will hit home for millions of people.
The U.S. To Limit Access To TikTok And WeChat On Sunday
The U.S. Commerce Department says people in the U.S. won’t be able to download or update the popular video-sharing app TikTok or the messaging app WeChat, starting Sunday.
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By BY SHEERA FRENKEL AND TIFFANY HSU
The social network tried cracking down on the spread of the conspiracy theory and other extremist material. But QAnon groups are still flourishing on the site.
By BY SHEERA FRENKEL
In the month since the network said it was cracking down on the pro-Trump conspiracy theory, QAnon and other extremist movements have continued attracting new followers.
By BY DAVEY ALBA
It’s a twist for the cable channel, which regularly airs criticism of the billionaire investor and Democratic donor.
By BY KEVIN ROOSE
A Heritage Foundation investigation went viral on Thursday, but it conflated two nonprofits with the same name.
By BY BRIAN X. CHEN
The Commerce Department announced that it was prohibiting downloads of WeChat and TikTok in U.S. app stores. Here’s what you need to know.