Technology stocks fell Tuesday, with investors ditching shares of companies that rallied during the pandemic. 

Social-media company

Snap Inc.’s

SNAP 10.71%

shares lost $9.68, or 43%, to $12.79, its largest percentage decline on record. The company issued a profit warning Monday and said it planned to slow hiring and spending. The stock price has tumbled 85% from its September 2021 all-time high.

Other tech stocks that rely on digital advertising spending also fell. Google parent

Alphabet Inc.

slipped $110.36, or 5%, to $2,119.40, while

Meta Platforms Inc.

dropped $14.95, or 7.6%, to $181.28. Streaming-video company

Roku Inc.

was recently down

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As Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city, spiraled into chaos last month over rising energy costs and anger at the government, the country’s leaders took a drastic step to quell protests: They blocked the internet.

First, they tried to ban access to some news sites, social networks and messaging services. Then, as activists bypassed those curbs with software that masked their locations, the authorities shut down almost all connectivity in the country.

The moves added uncertainty to an already dire situation. After payment apps and point-of-sale machines used to swipe debit cards went down, lengthy lines formed at A.T.M.s as Kazakhs rushed

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