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Ryan Roslansky, who became LinkedIn's CEO this week, said "offensive" comments during a meeting about racism "reinforced the very hard work we still have to do." Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook's decision to label state-controlled media is part of an effort to take a more assertive stance against misinformation in advance of the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Hackers backed by China and Iran sent phishing emails attempting to steal the email credentials of campaign staffers for both major political parties. Nicolas Armer/DPA via Getty Images hide caption

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'A Renaissance For Labor Issues': Social Media Help People To Apply For Unemployment

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CEO Mark Zuckerberg is under pressure from former and current employees who are frustrated with his lack of action on the president's posts. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Like many people whose jobs involve personal interaction, Nicole Burke Stephenson had to get creative to keep making money while social distancing. Nicole Burke Stephenson hide caption

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This image from the Twitter account of President Donald Trump shows a tweet he posted on May 29, after protesters in Minneapolis. On Tuesday, the Center for Democracy and Technology sued Trump over the president's executive order aimed at limiting a legal protection long enjoyed by tech companies like Twitter. Twitter via AP hide caption

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A fake story began circulating Sunday evening into Monday morning, which was then disputed by real journalists as well as a number of bots. Experts say the campaign may have been meant to make people question whether anything they see online is true. Twitter Screenshot hide caption

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'None Of This Is True': Protests Become Fertile Ground for Online Disinformation

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is under pressure from employees who say President Trump is violating the social network's rules against inciting violence. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook Employees Revolt Over Zuckerberg's Hands-Off Approach To Trump

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The pandemic and its economic fallout have made it harder for those who experience domestic violence to escape their abuser, say crisis teams, but the National Domestic Violence Hotline is one place to get quick help. Text LOVEIS to 1-866-331-9474 if speaking by phone feels too risky. Roos Koole/Getty Images hide caption

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Domestic Abuse Can Escalate In Pandemic And Continue Even If You Get Away

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Rent the Runway has temporarily closed stores during the pandemic as customers have shied away from using its clothing rental service. Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Rent the Runway hide caption

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Trump Vs. Twitter: What Swift Change In This Relationship Means For The Nation

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