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The company wants to become a "source of truth" while casting journalists as bullies with an inherent conflict of interest.
"The Department of Justice must conduct a thorough investigation to ensure that this deal won’t risk harming competition," the senator said in a statement.
In response to a Colorado state law that requires employers post salary ranges in job postings, companies are simply refusing to consider applicants from the state.
Uber and Lyft say they care about Black lives, but their business models and lobbying disproportionately hurt people of color.
The senator seems to think the military will suddenly forget how to kill people now that it's making "woke" ads.
“We are creating a gig economy for the Department of Defense,” said one official.
Uber and Lyft won't electrify a fleet they don't own, and so gig companies want the public to foot the bill.
New initiatives aimed at reducing injuries will feature "positive affirmations, calming scenes with sounds, and more," and hourly wellness prompts at work stations.
The NFT is piece of generative art derived using the private key of the first onion service.
California Highway Patrol tells Motherboard it is recommending charges to the District Attorney and is investigating his social media.
Union organizers claim Amazon also tried to remove them from outside a Staten Island warehouse by calling the NYFD.
The original creator is alleging Babel misused funds and paid a developer that "didn't actually work on the project."