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Full transcript: Apple CEO Tim Cook with Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes

Education, iPhones, privacy and Facebook were all big topics of discussion.

Mark Zuckerberg knows he screwed up

Unlike last time, Zuckerberg gets it.

Twitter has suspended more than 1.2 million terrorism-related accounts since late 2015

It suspended more than 274,000 accounts just in the last six months of 2017.

Full transcript: Former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett on Recode Decode

She’s now on the board of Lyft and helps with the Obama Foundation.

Mark Zuckerberg will testify before U.S. lawmakers in two separate hearings next week

He’ll testify before two Senate committees on Tuesday, and a House committee on Wednesday.

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook hasn’t felt ‘any meaningful impact’ in its usage or business in the wake of its privacy scandal

Translation: Facebook will be fine.

Facebook will stop sharing as much of your personal data with people outside of Facebook

Facebook is making sweeping changes to many of its most important APIs.

Facebook says Cambridge Analytica may have had data from as many as 87 million people

On Monday, April 9, you can find out if you were one of them.

Facebook rewrote its terms of service and data policies to better explain what data it is collecting about you

You should read them.

Snapchat’s Evan Spiegel is coming to Code

Spiegel is trying to turn Snap into a company that can deliver reliable revenue and profits.

Facebook is banning hundreds more accounts run by Russian trolls

This time, Facebook found and booted 270 IRA accounts.

Instagram is limiting how much data some developers can collect from its API — and cutting off others altogether

Facebook’s response to Cambridge Analytica continues with Instagram.

Remember when Apple’s Steve Jobs tweaked Mark Zuckerberg about ‘onerous’ Facebook? I do!

Much as Tim Cook said last week, the legendary tech leader didn’t want anything to do with the social networking site either.

Mark Zuckerberg fires back at Tim Cook, calling his criticism ‘extremely glib’

Facebook sells ads to make its service free. "I don’t think at all that that means that we don’t care about people."

Snapchat is mocking Facebook and its Russian political ads controversy with a new April Fool’s Day filter

Nothing is off-limits in the fight between the two social media companies.

Facebook is defending itself again after an internal memo suggested growth was more important than user safety

From the 2016 memo: "Maybe someone dies in a terrorist attack coordinated on our tools ... And still we connect people."

Facebook has released a more detailed plan to fight election interference for the 2018 midterms

More political ad oversight, less fake news.

Amazon’s stock always recovers after a Trump tweet makes it fall

In the past year, Amazon’s average daily price change has been about 0.3 percent.

Snap is laying off around 100 more people, this time in sales

It’s the third round of cuts already in 2018.

Bumble is suing Match Group for $400 million in damages for stealing trade secrets

Everyone is suing everyone.

Facebook is cutting third-party data providers out of ad targeting to clean up its act

Facebook says it’s going to stop using data from third-party data providers like Experian and Acxiom.

Facebook is making it easier to see all the personal data it collects about you

These are cosmetic changes, but they might help Facebook appease regulators.

Snapchat is building the same kind of data-sharing API that just got Facebook into trouble 

What timing!

Facebook won’t say if Mark Zuckerberg will testify before Congress

Sources say it’s likely. But why is it even something to debate?

Full transcript: Recode’s Kurt Wagner answers Facebook-Cambridge Analytica questions on Too Embarrassed to Ask

The data privacy scandal has Facebook scrambling.

Twitter, Google and Facebook have banned cryptocurrency ads — but these networks still haven’t

Microsoft and Snap are exceptions — for now.

The FTC is officially investigating Facebook following the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal

Facebook stock was down 6 percent early on Monday.

Advertisers will spend $40 billion more on internet ads than on TV ads this year

Thank social, video and mobile.

Full transcript: Author and psychotherapist Esther Perel on Recode Decode

"There is just about no unit that has transformed more in a hundred years than the couple."

Best of Nextdoor is the best account you’re not following on Twitter

When neighbors start talking, funny things happen.

The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica apology tour continues, with full-page ads in major newspapers

"I promise to do better for you," CEO Mark Zuckerberg says in the ads.

The March for Our Lives protest drew hundreds of thousands of students calling for gun control

It was likely the largest political rally organized by people not old enough to vote.