The virus is threatening a food-sharing tradition: China’s government wants people to use a second set of serving chopsticks when picking up food from communal platters. State news agencies call it a “dining table revolution.”

nytimes.com/2020/05/25/world/a

Army is never welcome. Never. Anywhere.

Spanish army bragging in Barcelona with the excuse of sanitary reasons.

You are not welcome.

📷 via @MagrinyaJordi@twitter.com

Zoombombing: Zoom, the suddenly popular video-calling app, says it was caught off guard by trolls breaking into people’s meetings and by newly identified security flaws.

nytimes.com/2020/04/20/technol?

The youtube rabbit hole can push people from relatively mainstream videos toward dangerous ideas. @nytimes@twitter.com

nytimes.com/interactive/2019/0

Uber, Lyft and other companies are also using this crisis as an opportunity. They helped persuade the U.S. government to extend unemployment benefits to freelancers.

nytimes.com/article/self-emplo

The Backlash Is Here

A growing array of people on the left and the right are questioning how policies meant to stop the virus are being implemented

gen.medium.com/the-social-dist

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