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Religious Exemptions To Vaccine Mandates Present A Dilemma For Employers

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Some leading Democratic lawmakers are accusing Amazon of profiting off the spread of COVID-19 and vaccine misinformation. Michel Spingler/AP hide caption

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French actors Jean-Paul Belmondo, right, and Catherine Deneuve, in 1969. They starred together in François Truffaut's film Mississippi Mermaid. Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images hide caption

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Lyft said it would pay the legal fees for any of its drivers sued under Texas' new abortion law, which it called "incompatible" with company values. Uber quickly followed suit. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Lyft And Uber Will Pay Drivers' Legal Fees If They're Sued Under Texas Abortion Law

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OnlyFans Switches Its Stance On Sexually Explicit Content

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Facebook is defending itself from accusations from the White House and other critics that it's not doing enough to curb health misinformation. Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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OnlyFans Says It Will Ban The Content It's Best Known For: Pornography

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The Federal Trade Commission has accused Facebook of stifling competition when it bought Instagram and WhatsApp and cut off other would-be rivals from its data. Lionel Bonaventure/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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After her Facebook account was hacked, Angela McNamara of Hamilton, Ontario, struggled to get help from the social network. Using its automated process to recover her account failed to work for her, says McNamara. Jalani Morgan for NPR hide caption

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Your Facebook Account Was Hacked. Getting Help May Take Weeks — Or $299

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Reddit Can Be More Helpful Than Facebook's Own Customer Service For Hacked Accounts

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