Wall Street Journal:
Political advocacy and voter-registration groups are targeting phones of protesters and sending them messages about registering to vote or taking other actions — Voting and advocacy groups track cellphones of participants and send messages; the tactics are ‘deeply spooky yet extremely helpful,’ says one user
Crystal Tse / Bloomberg:
Boston-based Duck Creek Technologies, a software provider for insurers, raises $230M ahead of a planned IPO — - Investors include Kayne Anderson Rudnick, Whale Rock Capital — Insurance software maker announced filing last year for IPO — Duck Creek Technologies …
Amanda Meade / The Guardian:
In response to Australian regulator, Facebook says it will not pay for shared news links and that not having them at all would not significantly impact business — Social media giant rejects ACCC proposal, saying it could cut out news completely without any significant impact on its business
David Ingram / NBC News:
US efforts to deploy COVID-19 contact tracing apps have fallen flat, as most states retreat from earlier interest and the few with an app struggle with adoption — At a briefing this week, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy touted his state´s efforts to trace the spread of the coronavirus …
Google apologizes for a glitch that made a picture of Winston Churchill disappear from his Knowledge Graph entry — This content is likely not relevant anymore. Try searching or browse recent questions. — Get Link Report Abuse — Winston Churchill´s Image Removed in UK/US Search Results
Nathan Baschez / Divinations:
Apple is building an OS for health to become a chokepoint that all healthcare players, from providers to device makers, must integrate with to get distribution — Apple is building an operating system for health — This essay was co-authored by Rob Litterst and Nathan Baschez
Stephen Harrison / Slate:
“Neutral point of view” is a core principle of Wikipedia but racial justice protests are sparking debates among contributors on what neutrality actually means — Contributors are rethinking what Wikipedia´s commitment to neutrality actually means.
Robert P. Baird / New Yorker:
How a philanthropic COVID-19 testing initiative by Utah companies like Nomi Health and Domo became a commercial enterprise, despite questions about performance — At a White House briefing, on April 23rd, Mike Pence offered what he described as “encouraging news” about covid-19 testing.
Margaret Harding McGill / Axios:
In leaked letters, House Judiciary asks Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook to say by Sunday whether their CEOs will testify in antitrust hearings in July — House antitrust investigators are pressing Apple, Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook to say by Sunday whether their CEOs will testify …
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
At launch, Facebook News had very few stories on politics, many New York Times links, and coverage overlapped little with the most popular articles on Facebook — On June 10, the most popular stories across Facebook were all NASCAR banning Confederate flags and Blue Lives Matter (with a sprinkling of dead kids).