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DeSantis vetoes social media ban for kids under 16. Florida lawmakers offer new option

DeSantis said it's just as important to allow parents to manage their children.

US spy-tech firm Palantir faces rocky path to European ambitions

The firm's founder, Peter Thiel, doesn't shy away from controversy. "Highways create traffic jams, welfare creates poverty, schools make people dumb and the NHS makes people sick," Thiel told an audience at Oxford University student union in January last year.

Elon Musk sues OpenAI over AI threat

OpenAI is not so open now, Musk claims, following the closed-source release of the company's artificial general intelligence technology under Microsoft.

In legal fight, X blames nonprofit for millions in lost ad revenue

After the nonprofit Center for Countering Digital Hate moved to dismiss the case, U.S. Senior District Judge Charles Breyer expressed skepticism that it could be held accountable for any damages.

Study finds new factor that could help catch Alzheimer’s decades early

Virtual reality lets researchers take a new approach to studying how Alzheimer’s develops.

Privacy class action over unauthorized voiceprint collection to proceed against Meta

A federal judge ruled that Illinois' biometric privacy laws will apply in the case over California law.