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A Tesla Inc. Model 3 electric vehicle is displayed during the California Air Resources Board (CARB) 50th Anniversary Technology Symposium and Showcase in Riverside, California, U.S., on Thursday, May 17, 2018.
Consumer Reports: Tesla's Model 3 has 'big flaws'
For much of the past year, Tesla's Model 3 has been the darling of auto reviewers everywhere. But Tesla's string of good reviews came to a halt when Consumer Reports -- a publication devoted to authoritative product testing -- handed the Model 3 a crushing review.
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A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the “interactive space” where people respond to President Donald Trump’s tweets is a “designated public forum” covered by the First Amendment. As such, the White House cannot block users based on the viewpoints they express in their responses to Trump.
Trump Twitter ruling: What it took to get blocked by the president
Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC voted in December to repeal net neutrality rules.
Two senators say their identities were stolen in fake net neutrality comments to the FCC
Google, DeepMind’s sister company, has recently reversed a policy of not working on military applications and has begun helping the U.S. Department of Defense analyze drone imagery.
Silicon Valley must consider tech ethics, DeepMind co-founder says
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The new NFL policy on players standing for the national anthem:

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