Oscar Veneszee, an employee with Facebook for three years, has filed a complaint with federal officials accusing the tech giant of systemic discrimination in hiring, compensation, performance evaluations and promotions of African-American employees. The complaint points out that African-Americans …Continue Reading
As more and more people all over the world begin to realize that we will have to live with the coronavirus for the foreseeable future and delaying a return to normalcy as being counterproductive, “experts” and international organizations are straining …Continue Reading
Reddit, the popular chat-forum, announced that it is shutting down the largest Trump sub-forum, because of repeated violations to its content-posting policy.
The subreddit, as it’s known, The_Donald, had almost 800,000 subscribers and was one of the most popular conservative …Continue Reading
International digital health firm Circle Pass Enterprises has contracted with technology firm VST to integrate its VCode technology into biometric “passports.” The passports, dubbed Covi-Pass, can be accessed via mobile phone and are going to be used to show an …Continue Reading
The U.S. government could begin loaning billions of dollars to companies in a bid to get them to return supply chain manufacturing to the United States.
The U.S. International Development Finance Corp. is talking to companies about bringing manufacturing back …Continue Reading
A small town in eastern Australia is waging a war against 5G installation and it’s causing quite a bit of controversy in the village. Australia’s The Feed news magazine takes a look at the dispute and chronicles several activists and …Continue Reading
An employee who worked as a comment moderator on Facebook claims that the platform unjustly targets conservatives and supporters of President Trump with community standards violations, but rarely targets left-leaning comments for the same types of infractions.
Ryan Hartwig, who …Continue Reading