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22 Sep

Instagram's new TV service recommended child exploitation content

Instagram's new IGTV video service suggested content that showed potential child abuse, according to a report by Business Insider. In one video, called "Hot Girl Follow Me," a girl aged around 11 or 12 is shown about to take her top off.

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22 Sep

Red Hat CEO: 'We expect this is the bottom' in enterprise growth, it should re-accelerate

Jim Cramer hears from Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst, who addresses his company's second-quarter revenue miss.

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22 Sep

France bans smartphones in schools through 9th grade to try to get students to pay attention more

France's education ministry hopes that its smartphone ban will get schoolchildren to pay more attention in class and interact more, The New York Times reports. Students' reply? "Annoying," one teenager said.

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22 Sep

'We've got to wake up' to the very real threat of cybercrime, cybersecurity CEO says

Jim Cramer sits down with Q6 Cyber founder and CEO Eli Dominitz, who says companies that think their mission is to stop attacks in real time are "dead wrong."

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22 Sep

Why Alibaba's Jack Ma doesn't want you to be like him

Jack Ma says he doesn't consider himself "legendary." Rather than follow him, people should try to carve their own way, Alibaba's billionaire CEO said Thursday.

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22 Sep

Mario Gabelli, a major Viacom and CBS shareholder, wants the media giants separate for now

"CBS is a loaded laggard," the billionaire value investor says. "Viacom is an even doubly loaded laggard."

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22 Sep

Micron CEO says Trump's tariffs will have less of an impact on the chipmaker over time

Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra told CNBC's "Squawk Alley" that the company will be able to "easily" mitigate the impact of Trump's tariffs in the future.

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22 Sep

Huawei drives to flagship Apple store, hands out juice to mock battery life on iPhone XS launch day

The Huawei van was serving juice to passers by with the tagline: "Get ju%ce that lasts," followed by "No traces of Apple." The reference was to battery life.

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