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30 ways people’s interests are changing during the coronavirus outbreak, according to Yelp

These charts highlight how the coronavirus outbreak is changing our interest in the ways we shop, eat, work, and relax.
A local medical worker embraces and bids farewell to a medical worker from Jiangsu at the Wuhan Railway Station as the medical team from Jiangsu leaves Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hubei province, China March 19, 2020.

More than 113,000 people across the globe have recovered from the coronavirus

The novel coronavirus has infected more than 461,000 people and killed at least 20,000 worldwide, but 113,000 people have recovered from the disease.

An interactive tool lets you compare rising coronavirus case totals country by country, starting at ‘day zero’ of each outbreak

Comparing each country's growing number of coronavirus cases on the same time scale reveals how its spread may not be that different place to place.
Content Specialist Matt Shirley has been creating a funny or relatable daily chart since 2017.

Meet the graphic designer mapping the absurdities of millennial life on incredibly shareable graphs and charts across Instagram

From bad drivers to office boredom, Matt Shirley shares graphics based on whatever he is thinking about with his 334,000 Instagram followers.
Data may soon be involved in the fight against inequality.

Right now, the hottest economic battles are over the minimum wage and income inequality. But in 10 years we could be fighting over data inequality.

Soon, marketers might pay consumers directly to watch an ad, instead of working with advertisers. How will we resolve that power imbalance?

DELETE YOUR ACCOUNT: How to wipe your personal information from Facebook, Amazon, Google, and other major websites and apps

The only way to ensure your sensitive data can't be compromised or hacked is to remove your information from the internet entirely.
Reddit CEO Steve Huffman.

Reddit’s CEO described TikTok as ‘parasitic’ and ‘spyware’

Reddit's boss is one of the few Silicon Valley execs to openly criticize TikTok.

Raises in Singapore likely to be 3% this year – with the average monthly salary last year at $2,900

However, salaries of those in cybersecurity and cloud engineering were expected to rise 25%.
Google announced it was buying Fitbit for $2.1 billion in November 2019.

Google’s $2.1 billion Fitbit acquisition is a major privacy risk, Europe data body warns

Google might struggle to get its Fitbit purchase over the line.
EU Competition Commissioner Vestager talks to the media at the European Council headquarters in Brussels

Europe reveals its ambitious tech blueprint to take on Silicon Valley and China

Europe's wide-ranging proposals could spell more regulation for the big US firms that have been fined billions of dollars by the European Union.