- Twitter has acknowledged that the Indian government’s demands for researching tweets criticized his handling of the epidemic. The company has been scrutinized by tweets of a member of parliament, an actor, a former journalist, and the minister of labor and law in West Bengal. More on that here.
- The Florida Internet Company took millions of Pentagon IP addresses minutes before Donald Trump left office. The company was identified as Global Resource Systems LLC, headquartered in Plantation, Florida. Here’s what we know.
- Clubhouse has reached a transformation stage. Only audio app downloads are down, and some platforms are releasing copies – leaving many wondering what their future holds. Here are four Clubhouse promoters who think they should do it.
- Elon Musk said Tesla on Autopilot is ten times more likely to crash than a car in the middle – but experts say that is misleading. Electric car experts say Tesla’s calculations are baseless and have some basic flaws.
- Travis Kalanick’s CloudKitchens view through the clouds reflects a consistent culture from his time at Uber. Kalanick has refused to change the “Happy Ending” sign of the Asian restaurant menu item, despite staff complaints about racism and discord. Also, get out of work at 7 p.m. raises the jokes of “you are a timer”. More on that here.
- After the death of a child in the Peloton accident, American lawmakers pressed new power to remember the product. The bill comes after regulators asked Peloton to recall the Tread + press, which they considered unsafe. Peloton refused. Find out more about the proposed bill.
- 4chan founder Chris Poole has left Google after five years and several career changes. Poole joined in 2016 as a product manager for a group of photos and streams, and did not say what he would do next. Check out his time on Google.
- Barefoot, mullet-clad Elon Musk has announced a $ 100 million XPrize Carbon Removal. Stakeholders will undertake a project to re-evaluate the world’s harmful carbon emissions channels, he said. He also talked about the Mars trip – he said it wasn’t just for the rich.
- Following the impending death caused by the epidemic, Rover will make it clear at a cost of $ 1.35 billion. How “Destroying Dogs” saved you from getting started.
$ 9 billion-plus Tanium has hired a new CFO to explore opportunities to hold its IPO. The 14-year-old has been opposed to going public for years, and CEO Orion Hindawi told Insider that the new Tanium CFO is testing for IPO readiness. Here’s what you need to know.