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WhatsApp rolls out privacy features to let users leave Groups silently, choose who can see when they are online, and block screenshots of View Once messages
Kevin Breuninger / CNBC:
President Biden signs the CHIPS and Science Act into law, including $52B+ for US companies making semiconductors, as well as billions more in tax credits
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Meta's BlenderBot 3 chatbot, released in the US on August 5, repeats antisemitic stereotypes, claims Donald Trump is the current US president, and more
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