The privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo has launched a new feature that allows users to easily delete their personal data from the internet. The tool, called “Privacy Protection,” also includes a virtual private network (VPN) service to further enhance users’ online privacy. This move comes as concerns over data privacy and security continue to grow, with many users seeking alternative options to traditional search engines and social media platforms. DuckDuckGo’s new tool aims to give users more control over their personal information and protect them from online tracking and surveillance.

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been ordered by a federal judge to delete a tweet that violated a settlement agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The tweet in question was about Tesla’s production numbers, which the SEC deemed misleading and a violation of Musk’s agreement to have his tweets pre-approved by the company. This is not the first time Musk has faced legal consequences for his social media activity, as he previously settled with the SEC over a tweet about taking Tesla private.

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A judge has ordered President Donald Trump to delete a disparaging tweet he posted about a law clerk. If he does not comply, the judge has threatened sanctions, including potential legal fees and potential fines. Trump has refused to delete the tweet, citing his First Amendment right to free speech. His Chief of Staff has argued that Trump can call out any individual when he believes someone has wronged the country. The judge has yet to decide if Trump’s tweet will remain up, yet has been clear that the consequences of not deleting the tweet may be harsh.