Google and Lyft Workers Tell Us Why They’re Striking for Black Lives Matter
Tens of thousands of workers will stage a massive work stoppage on July 20 to demand that corporations and the government confront systemic racism and police brutality.
China's Great Firewall of Censorship Is Already Going Up Around Hong Kong
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, WhatsApp, and Zoom have all said they will stop complying with government orders to hand over data. And that's exactly what Beijing wanted.
Andrew Yang's Data Dividend Isn't Radical, It's Useless
Yang's Data Dividend Project aims to put a little money in Americans' pockets in exchange for their data, but experts say it will likely be ineffectual and entrench existing power dynamics.
Google's Coronavirus Test Sites May Be Scooping Up People's Sensitive Information
“We must not lurch toward the dystopian world of Aldous Huxley’s 'Brave New World' or George Orwell’s '1984'," said a California senator.
After Years of Big Promises, Sidewalk Labs Abandons Its Smart City in Toronto
The Google affiliate tried to sell Canada's biggest city on robotic package delivery and heated sidewalks alongside unprecedented data collection, and now it's gone the way of many an abandoned Google project.
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