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USATODAY - Tech Top Stories
Macy's Black Friday in July sale has arrived—here are all the best things to shop
You can save tons of money right now during the Macy's Black Friday in July sale, including savings on cooking gadgets, beauty items and more.       
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Facebook removes Roger Stone accounts linked to 'inauthentic behavior'
Facebook said much of the "inauthentic behavior" occurred just before and after the 2016 election. It said it took down 54 associated accounts.       
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Civil Rights meeting
Facebook gets a warning      
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Improved services
Online groceries
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Facebook backlash after audit: Civil rights leader says Mark Zuckerberg's power must be reined in
An audit faulting Facebook for dealing setbacks to civil rights shows that Mark Zuckerberg's power must be reined in, Rashad Robinson told USA TODAY.       
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Guess what? Ordering online groceries won't take a week anymore
Groceries that took days to receive at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic can now be delivered on the same day, in as little as two hours.      
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Twitter shares jump off job listing suggesting subscription platform planned
Shares of Twitter climbed Wednesday following a job listing that hints at a potential subscription plan for the social media company.      
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Where you can still buy inflatable pools online
Inflatable pools are one of the hottest items this summer. Here is where you can find the best inflatable pools at Amazon, Walmart, and more retailers.       
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Man making racist comments caught on video identified as tech CEO Michael Lofthouse
Another viral video surfaced of a man spouting expletives and racist comments toward an Asian family at a restaurant in Carmel Valley, California.
This popular Apple iPad case is 70% off—but not for long
Get this top-rated Apple iPad Pro case for a huge discount for a limited time at Verizon—shop the deal.       
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The U.S. government is 'looking at' banning TikTok due to national security concerns
The government is looking at banning TikTok in the U.S. over Chinese surveillance concerns. TikTok says it doesn't send user data to China.      
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Facebook ad boycott: Sheryl Sandberg vows company will get better at removing hate speech
Tuesday's pledge came ahead of meeting with civil rights leaders over a growing advertising boycott over hate speech and racism on Facebook platforms.       
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Philo now cheapest streaming service after YouTube TV price hike. For $20, get lots of cable but no sports or news
Looking to cut the cord and keep cable TV networks? Philo streaming offers 60 channels like HGTV, MTV, Nickelodeon, Lifetime, but doesn't have news.      
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What civil rights groups want from Facebook boycott: Stop hate speech and harassment of Black users
Facebook boycott is giving voice to complaints that social media disproportionately stifles Black users while failing to protect them from harassment.      
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Split the fee with a friend or switch to Sling: Readers respond to YouTube TV's price hike
How about saving money by splitting the cost of a YouTube TV membership with a friend? That was one suggestion a reader offered.       
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Facebook boycott
Change isn't likely      
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Meet Shani Dowell, the first Black woman in Tennessee to raise $1 million for a start-up
Shani Dowell faced racism in high school, and now she hopes her Possip app, which helps parents and schools talk to each other, helps battle bias.       
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