Amazon Employee speaks out against selling facial recognition technology to law enforcement:
I’m an Amazon Employee. My Company Shouldn’t Sell Facial Recognition Tech to Police.
medium.com The authenticity of the following anonymous op-ed has been verified by Medium’s editorial staff. Our columnist, Trevor Timm, has also interviewed the op-ed’s writer. You can read that here. When a…
5 days ago
And didn’t FCC Chair Ajit Pai try to downplay massive grassroots activism by saying only the super-special, unique comments count?
Stanford study says almost every unique FCC comment was pro-net neutrality
theverge.com The study looked at 800,000 unique comments.
6 days ago
The monster merger between Sprint and T-Mobile will cost thousands of jobs, raise cell phone bills, and reduce choice for consumers. Tell the..
1 week ago
“Over the past year, the social media giant has experienced scandals like these on a regular basis, often of massive scale and tremendous real-world..
Break up Facebook: Latest hack proves it's a dangerous monopoly that a fine won't fix.
usatoday.com The Federal Trade Commission should get tough and break up Facebook. It has the power to force spinoffs of Instagram and WhatsApp, and needs to use it.
2 weeks ago
Verizon’s throttling of firefighters’ data shows just how much California needed to restore net neutrality:
How a group of firefighters in California helped save net neutrality
fastcompany.com By shutting down their broadband in the middle of an emergency, Verizon may have unwittingly proved that California needs to regulate Big ISPs.
We feel confident we will win, but we’re not taking any chances and will be bringing our A game to fight this baseless suit, and ensure California..
Why feds can’t block California’s net neutrality bill
theverge.com Experts say the new lawsuit rests on shaky legal ground
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