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Alex Jones and his Infowars channels have been removed from YouTube; Facebook and Apple's iTunes have also deleted most or all of his outlets on their services. He's seen here being escorted from a rally near the 2016 Republican National Convention. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call Inc./Getty Images hide caption

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The Google.cn for China website is seen on a computer screen in this photo illustration. Google is reportedly working on a censored version of its search engine to comply with China's government's demands. Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Signs bearing the letter "Q" are visible at President Trump's campaign rally in Florida on Tuesday. They're related to the "QAnon" conspiracy theory. Zack Wittman/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Elon Musk said that "the fault is mine and mine alone," as he apologized to a British diver who had criticized Musk's offer of help in rescuing 12 boys and their soccer coach in northern Thailand. Musk had called him a "pedo," or pedophile. Joshua Lott/Getty Images hide caption

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More Screen Time For Teens Linked To ADHD Symptoms

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Sally Kohn on the TED stage. Stacie McChesney/Stacie McChesney / TED hide caption

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Sally Kohn: What Is The Opposite Of Hate?

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One recent study estimated that Americans are spending nearly six hours a day on their connected devices. Add television to that and the total rises to nearly 10 hours. Deborah Lee/NPR hide caption

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Many Look To Buddhism For Sanctuary From An Over-Connected World

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An image from a presentaton by Amazon's Ranju Das shows a demonstration of real-time facial recognition and tracking. Das said the video came from a traffic cam in Orlando, Fla., where police were in a pilot program of Amazon's Rekognition service. Amazon Web Services Korea via YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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A Guide To Parental Controls For Kids' Tech Use

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People watch as the FIFA World Cup trophy is displayed in central Moscow. Russia is hosting soccer's mega-event for the next month — and people around the world will be watching matches live, online and on TV. Maxim Shemetov/Reuters hide caption

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