On topic: Tech news to know now

Here’s what’s on the Thursday menu.

Reddit may be cracking down on Nazi and white supremacist subreddits, but not on hate-filled The_Donald, a forum for Trump supporters. Reddit CEO Steve Huffman says he doesn’t want to take their voice away. (Polygon)

Amazon’s Whole Foods is hiring 6,000 people today as part of National Hiring Day. (Fortune)

App developer access to iPhone X face data spooks some privacy experts. (Reuters)

TripAdvisor removed warnings about rapes and injuries at Mexico resorts, tourists say. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Waymo enlists AutoNation to maintain driverless test fleet. (NYT)

IPO news: HelloFresh has a more successful debut on stock market than Blue Apron. (Reuters)

SEC warns consumers to watch out for celebrities that may be illegally touting ICOs (initial coin offerings). (USA Today)

Eric Schmidt says America needs to “get its act together” to keep from losing AI lead to China. (Verge)


Photo: A Whole Foods Market in Indianapolis in June 2017. Amazon-owned Whole Foods is hiring thousands of workers Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017. (Michael Conroy/AP)


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