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Meta collected children’s data from Instagram accounts, unsealed court document alleges

By Eva Rothenberg, CNN (CNN) — Since at least 2019, Meta has knowingly refused to shut down the majority of accounts belonging to children under the age of 13 while collecting their personal information without their parents’ consent, a newly unsealed court document from an ongoing federal lawsuit against the social media giant alleges. Attorneys

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American spending has kept the economy going since the pandemic. It may finally be stopping, in charts

By Christopher Hickey, CNN Not even two years of soaring prices and mounting interest rates have stopped Americans from opening their wallets and tapping their credit cards. The consumer’s willingness to keep paying high prices has kept the US economy relatively strong, but that attitude could soon be shifting. Some experts think the combination of

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Energized shoppers break one-day holiday sales record

By Eva Rothenberg, CNN (CNN) — Whether they jostled through brick-and-mortar stores or toggled between tabs and virtual carts, holiday shoppers were eager to participate in Black Friday this year. Both in-store and online retail sales increased year-over-year unadjusted for inflation, according to Mastercard’s SpendingPulse insights, which noted that apparel, jewelry and restaurant categories saw considerable

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Award-winning Kashmir journalist in press freedom case released after nearly two years behind bars

By Rhea Mogul, CNN Hong Kong (CNN) — A Kashmir journalist who was arrested under India’s sedition and anti-terror laws has returned home Thursday after being released on bail following nearly two years behind bars. Fahad Shah, founding editor of The Kashmir Walla, an independent news outlet in Indian-administered Kashmir, was accused of publishing “anti-national content”

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The NFL, Washington Post, and Walmart: Here are the major companies still advertising on X despite Elon Musk’s antisemitic endorsement

By Oliver Darcy and Liam Reilly, CNN (CNN) — Some of the world’s most recognizable brands have opted to continue their advertising partnerships with X despite the surge in hate speech on the platform and owner Elon Musk’s continued peddling of misinformation and right-wing conspiracy theories, including an endorsement last week of an antisemitic post.

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