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TikTok users with stigmatized interests or marginalized identities express anxiety over its potential ban, as rebuilding their communities elsewhere may be hard (Washington Post)

TikTok users with stigmatized interests or marginalized identities express anxiety over its potential ban, as rebuilding their communities elsewhere may be hard (Washington Post)

The Washington Post: TikTok users with marginalized interests or identities have expressed concern over its potential ban, as it may be difficult to recreate their communities elsewhere.– President Biden signed legislation on Wednesday that could ban TikTok, leaving users in the United States who have spent years building…

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TikTok faces a ban in the US, Tesla profits drop and healthcare data leaks | TechCrunch

TikTok faces a ban in the US, Tesla profits drop and healthcare data leaks | TechCrunch

Welcome, folks, to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch's regular newsletter covering the week's notable events in tech. of TikTok America's fortunes seem uncertain. After President Joe Biden signed a bill that included a nine-month deadline for TikTok parent company ByteDance to divest itself of TikTok or face a ban on distributing it in the U.S., […]

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Will a TikTok ban impact creator economy startups? Not really, founders say | TechCrunch

Will a TikTok ban impact creator economy startups? Not really, founders say | TechCrunch

President Joe Biden Signed a bill Wednesday TikTok may be banned. – This time for real. After so many false starts and stops, some creative economy founders and their clients are rolling their eyes. They have been through this before. “I think two years ago, it would have been devastating,” Karat Financial co-founder and co-CEO […]

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The IRS says it spent .5M to develop and .4M to run its free tax filing website, used by 140K+ households in 12 states, and claims high user satisfaction (Julie Zauzmer Weil/Washington Post)

The IRS says it spent $10.5M to develop and $2.4M to run its free tax filing website, used by 140K+ households in 12 states, and claims high user satisfaction (Julie Zauzmer Weil/Washington Post)

Julie Zosmer Weil/ The Washington Post: The IRS says it spent $10.5M and $2.4M to operate its free tax filing website, which is used by 140K+ households in 12 states, and claims high customer satisfaction.– In its first year, more than 140,000 households in 12 states paid their taxes through Direct File – The Biden […]

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