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Tuesday December 07, 2021


Instagram announces changes ahead of political grilling
Platform boss unveils new safety features a day before being quizzed by the US Senate.

Vishal Garg: US boss fires 900 employees over Zoom
"Last time I did this I cried," said the head of the online mortgage lender laying off 15% of his staff.

US watchdog probes Tesla over solar-panel safety
Fire risks were not properly disclosed by the company, a whistleblower alleges.

Ariel: Contract signed to build European planet telescope
Airbus will lead the construction of the Ariel observatory which will study 1,000 distant worlds.

Rohingya sue Facebook for $150bn over Myanmar hate speech
The social media giant is accused of fuelling violence against the persecuted minority in Myanmar.

Virgin Media O2 'completes' gigabit upgrade after two years
Virgin Media O2 says it has completed a two-year upgrade of its entire network to gigabit speeds.

Wall Street watchdogs probe Trump media firm deal
At the weekend the Trump Media and Technology Group said it had secured $1bn of investment.

Lara Croft: 25 years of Tomb Raider and a British gaming icon
The team behind Lara Croft talk to Newsbeat about her history and where she goes next.

Byju's and the other side of an edtech giant's dizzying rise
Indian firm Byju's faces allegations of pursuing hyper growth using high pressure sales tactics.

Africa's patchy transport network gets a tech boost
The first year of a free trade deal in Africa has spurred investment, but more needs to be done.

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