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Harmony for Humanity: Uniting for Peace on Hiroshima DayThis year’s theme for No Ethics in Big Tech’s—formerly Ethics In Tech—Hiroshima Day annual commemoration and panel is “Harmony for Humanity: Uniting for Peace on Hiroshima Day.” Our lineup this year includes a diverse mix of speakers and comedians, promising a unique blend of comedy and discussion that
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Let me share my thoughts on the movie Oppenheimer, which I attended on its opening night in Palo Alto at the 7:00 PM showing. As a disabled individual, I was assigned seat E2 and had to sit in the handicapped seat located on top of the theater, as using the stairs was not an option
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July 22, 2022 by Brett Wilkins for Common Dreams Critics on Friday took aim at a proposed South Carolina law that would criminalize the online sharing of information about obtaining abortions and, according to some journalists, could even be used to silence stories related to reproductive rights. S.B. 1373—which one prominent defense attorney called “a breathtaking assault
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July 21, 2022 by Brett Wilkins for Common Dreams Privacy, antitrust, and other advocates on Thursday sounded the alarm over Amazon's purchase of boutique healthcare company One Medical, a move that one group said "opens a terrifying new frontier in surveillance of Americans by private corporations." CNBC reports Amazon is acquiring One Medical, a San
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With each passing day, it's increasingly clear that we can't rely on the "ethics" and "value systems" of corporations to judge their own messaging around consent Imagine this: an enormous tech company is tracking what you do on your phone, even when you're not using any of its services, down to the specific images that you
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Hundreds of Google's own employees have spoken out against this controversial contract, which provides advanced technology that will be used to further oppress and harm millions of Palestinians Today, for the first time in company history, Google shareholders like me voted on a resolution that calls into question a contract with the Israeli government and military
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"Noting similar efforts by Amazon and Facebook, they said the tech giant "should focus on complying with antitrust law rather than attempting to rig the system with these unseemly tactics." U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Pramila Jayapal on Wednesday sent a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai demanding that the company swiftly end its "ongoing
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"Corporate interests will say or do anything to preserve the broken status quo, including lie to families that overdue investments in child care, education, and climate change are somehow not in their interest." Companies Vowing Climate Action Also Back Lobby Groups Trying to Kill Landmark Climate Bill "Corporate interests will say or do anything to preserve the
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If we can make enough noise to break through the lobbyist facade, we can get these bills to the floor in the next few weeks, and we will win A leading digital rights group on Wednesday kicked off a new campaign aimed at boosting federal legislation that would crack down on Big Tech monopolies. "This and next
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