On topic: Tech news to know now

Here’s what’s going on in tech.

Altaba — the investment company a.k.a. what’s left of the old Yahoo — is now trading on the Nasdaq as AABA. The stock is up nearly 4 percent.

Twitter kicks off #SeeEverySide ad campaign featuring Chance the Rapper and others in an effort to show how diverse its users are. (WSJ)

ICYMI: Facebook exposed the names of moderators tasked with removing suspected terrorists’ content. (WSJ)

Supreme Court strikes down law banning use of Facebook by registered sex offenders. (CNN)

Amid Uber’s woes, Arianna Huffington’s influence grows. (NYT)

Swiss supercomputer is the world’s most powerful; U.S. falls out of the top 3. (BBC)

Colorado group wants to ban sale of smartphones for kids under 13. If measure passes, it would be the first in the nation. (USA Today)

Google donating $1 million for a Digital Stonewall Inn memorial. (Fortune)

And the Guardian has an excerpt from an upcoming book that looks at iPhone manufacturing and worker suicides.


Photo: Chance The Rapper performs at the Surf Stage during the 2017 Hangout Music Festival on May 21, 2017 in Gulf Shores, Alabama.  (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Hangout Music Festival)


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