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Think twice about Temu; Is Facebook giving up on political content?; Abortion data sold by data brokers; People come together to destroy a self-driving car. NEWS ROUNDUP!

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Meta announces they will stop promoting "political" content, kicks the can on what "political" means. Internet shopping company Temu ran ads during the Super Bowl, but an awful lot of people claim that their app compromised their private information, and experts say it looks like malware. We don't recommend installing it! An unscrupulous anti-abortion company used geolocation data from a data broker to target people who had visited clinics with a national abortion misinformation campaign. On the streets of San Francisco strangers came together, put aside their differences, and joined forces to destroy a self-driving Waymo car. It's a news roundup! 

Uber, Lyft, DoorDash drivers in the U.S. to strike on Valentine’s Day for fair pay:

Temu app contains ‘most dangerous’ spyware in circulation: class action lawsuit:

Would you buy this Temu purse? 

Instagram and Threads will no longer promote ‘political’ content. No one knows what they define as ‘political’ but it's a safe bet that (Daniel Day Lewis Voice) There Will Be Bias.

A data broker company tracked visits to 600 Planned Parenthood locations around the country, then sold the data to fuel an anti-abortion misinformation ad campaign, senator says:

Protesters Gather Outside OpenAI Headquarters:

A crowd destroyed a driverless Waymo car in San Francisco:

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans believe Taylor Swift is involved in an election conspiracy theory:

Weird times for media outlets: 

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