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Tech Platforms Love Moving Fast — Except When Their Users Are in Trouble

The CEOs of YouTube and Twitter are being far more cautious in addressing the problems of their platforms than they were in building them

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JJack Dorsey and Susan Wojcicki seem to have little in common, aside from their jobs—running two of the biggest…




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