In a new court filing , Snap, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn, Match Group, Reddit and Oracle are accusing Meta Platforms of seeking a “stunning” amount of information as part of the discovery phase of the company’s antitrust case against the Federal Trade Commission and want to ensure its employees won’t have access to the documents. As part of the lawsuit, the social network is gathering...
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Silicon Valley’s workers are logging more hours than they were in 2020—but on the whole, they’re also happier about it. In a survey of 923 subscribers to The Information, tech executives and employees report feeling more satisfied with their working situations and healthier overall than they were at the outset of the pandemic in 2020. A majority of respondents are exercising...
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