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GOP Rep. Mary Miller asked Sec. Cardona how many genders there are during a hearing before the House Education and Labor Committee, during which the latter refused to respond.
Binance, the world's biggest cryptocurrency exchange, has been issued a warning by the UK's financial regulator.
Traditional market research, based on clipboards and questions, has a glaring weakness, according to Carl Wong, who has worked in the industry for more than 20 years.
WhatsApp has launched its first major privacy-focused advertising campaign in the UK.
Reddit is "sunsetting" its annual Secret Santa gift exchange and Reddit Gifts, with this year's being the last.
Facebook will let all employees who can work away from the office do so after the Covid pandemic is over.
President Joe Biden has revoked an executive order from his predecessor Donald Trump banning Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat in the US.
Apple has announced a raft of new privacy protections at its annual software developer conference.
Technology giant Google has been fined €220m (£189m) by French authorities for abusing its advertising power.