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As anti-abortion state laws kick in, law enforcement could force tech companies to give up users’ search history, geolocation, and other pregnancy-related data reuters.com
Data centers, typically located in suburbs and rural zones, are increasingly being built in urban areas to further reduce internet lag for locals technologyreview.com
Inconsistencies – and AT&T – dominate initial Dish 5G testing results lightreading.com
Mint Mobile, backed by Ryan Reynolds, is up for sale lightreading.com
Canada banning China’s Huawei Technologies, ZTE from 5G networks canoe.com
T-mobile begins selling Android users’ web and app data to advertisers phonearena.com
Google and Apple might get investigated by the FTC for allegedly selling user data phonearena.com
5G-Advanced Takes Off, Opening a New Chapter for 5G Globally mobileworldlive.com

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