“Whistleblower” Frances Haugen is a vital media and political asset because she advances their quest for greater control over online political discourse. Glenn Greenwald – Substack
5 October 2021. Jerusalem Post – Let enough people rely on just one or two tech giants for everything they do and you create a Pearl Harbor-like vulnerability.
5 October 2021. CBC – No other liberal democracy in the world has been willing to accept these restrictions, writes Ilan Kogan
17 September 2021. The Hill – The Associated Press reported that the move comes after Apple and Google representatives were invited Thursday to meet at the Federation Council, the upper house of Russia’s parliament, after which the council said that Apple had agreed to cooperate with repeated demands from authorities to remove the app over concernsContinue reading “Apple, Google remove Navalny app as Russian elections begin.￼”
Apple, Google remove Navalny app as Russian elections begin
16 September 2021 Reuters – It turns out robots are taking over jobs fastest around the world in places where their human counterparts are aging the most rapidly.
15 September 2021. Wall Street Journal – Internal memos show how a big 2018 change rewarded outrage and that CEO Mark Zuckerberg resisted proposed fixes
September 15 2021. CNBC – “I think at the end of the day if it’s really successful, they will kill it and they will try to kill it. And I think they will kill it because they have ways of killing it,”
15 September 2021. Fox Business – Rapper Nicki Minaj told her Instagram followers on Wednesday that she has been placed in “Twitter jail” and will never use Twitter again, but Twitter says the company took no actions against her account.
14 September 2021. Gizmodo – Amazon One is already being used at Amazon’s brick-and-mortar stores, as well as several Whole Foods, which Amazon also owns, where people who sign up for Amazon One provide a scan of their palm-print. Once registered, those palm prints can then be used to purchase items.