Human Capital: What'S Next For Dr. Timnit Gebru

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How to reduce tracking, block ads, and encrypt all the things.

Amazon Web Services gives Parler 24-hour notice that it will suspend services to the company: Jonathan Shieber, Danny Crichton

Parler is at risk of disappearing, just as the social media network popular among conservatives was reaching new heights of popularity in the wake of President Donald Trump’s ban from all major tech social platforms. Amazon Web Services, which provides backen…

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It seems that even the “free speech” social network Parler has its limits. The social network that has attracted scores of conservative commentators because of its commitment to free speech has taken down several posts from Trump affiliate Lin Wood, according…

Human Capital: What's next for Dr. Timnit Gebru: Megan Rose Dickey

Congrats on surviving this wild first week of 2021. Outside all-things political, a few labor developments happened that are worth noting. Also, shortly before the mob of Trump supporters wreaked havoc on the U.S. Capitol, I caught up with Dr. Timnit Gebru, t…

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Parler jumps to No. 1 on App Store after Facebook and Twitter ban Trump: Jonathan Shieber

Users are surging on small, conservative, social media platforms after President Donald Trump’s ban from the world’s largest social networks, even as those platforms are seeing access throttled by the app marketplaces of tech’s biggest players. The social net…

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After years of placid admonishments, the tech world came out in force against President Trump this past week following the violent assault of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. on Wednesday. From Twitter to PayPal, more than a dozen companies have p…

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