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Olivia Solon / NBC News:
Drought-stricken communities in the US push back against data centers' water usage; a typical data center uses same water per day as a city of 30K-50K people
Karissa Bell / Engadget:
Facebook says it will update its community standards to clarify how it treats satirical content as a result of recommendations from the Oversight Board
Todd Feathers / VICE:
Some US unemployment applicants say facial recognition models used by ID verification service ID.me are failing to identify them, locking them out of benefits
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