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How tech's biggest friend in Congress turned into its biggest threat

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You may have to wait a few months before you can watch Stranger Things while sitting in your parked Tesla. So in the meantime, sit back, relax, and soak up a few headlines.

The education of an entrepreneur turned senator
Senator Mark Warner, a former telecom investor and entrepreneur, sat down with Fast Company’s Ainsley Harris for an extensive interview on a range of topics, including why he’s sounding the alarm on China’s advancement, Big Tech’s misconduct, and his disappointment over the stalemate in Congress on a federal digital privacy bill. “My mood, it goes up and down.”

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Today's voice of reason
This tech pioneer's future looks murky
Today's outside-the-box idea
Disrupting delivery
Today's moment of genius
This revolutionary device—a dose of naloxone that lives under your skin, ready to administer itself in case of emergency—would automatically reverse opioid overdoses.
 [Image: courtesy Purdue University]
[Image: courtesy Purdue University]
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