Here’s what’s on the Friday menu.
Besides Elon Musk, other tech executives who disagree with Donald Trump’s move to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement include Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Trump administration approves tougher visa vetting, including social media checks. (Reuters)
Google to roll out ad blocking in its Chrome browser, is said to be giving publishers six months to prepare. (WSJ)
The EU will reportedly slap Google with a big fine this summer after an investigation into its shopping service. (Reuters)
Conservatives now say they have found fake pro-net neutrality comments on the FCC’s website. (USA Today)
YouTube clarifies rules on hate speech. (Company blog post)
Airbnb hosts more likely to reject the disabled, study says. (NYT)
Spotify must pay $43.45 million in settlement with artists who accused it of failing to license songs. (NPR)