Amazon puts 7,000 jobs on hold because of a tax that would help Seattle’s homeless population

Amazon puts 7,000 jobs on hold because of a tax that would help Seattle’s...

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has more money than he knows what do deal with. While visiting Germany in late April to pick up the...
A large number of Amazon workers rely on food stamps for assistance

A large number of Amazon workers rely on food stamps for assistance

Over the past year, U.S. cities and states have been tripping head-over-heels in an effort to be the host of the next Amazon...
Facebook moves billions of international user accounts to California to avoid European privacy law

Facebook moves billions of international user accounts to California to avoid European privacy law

In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Mark Zuckerberg was at pains to emphasize how eager he was to protect users’ personal...
In a victory for Uber, U.S. court rules drivers are freelance contractors

In a victory for Uber, U.S. court rules drivers are freelance contractors

A U.S. district judge has ruled that limousine drivers for Uber are contractors, not employees. This is the first ruling of its kind...
Facebook to notify users whose data was harvested by Cambridge Analytica

Facebook to notify users whose data was harvested by Cambridge Analytica

On Monday, the 87 million Facebook users whose data was taken by the data firm Cambridge Analytica will be notified, in the latest...
Zuckerberg facing Capitol Hill ‘ambush’ over Facebook woes

Zuckerberg facing Capitol Hill ‘ambush’ over Facebook woes

Mark Zuckerberg’s carefully-managed media persona faces its ultimate test on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, when he’s scheduled to testify before lawmakers in...
Facebook says it supports bill that would regulate political ads on the internet

Facebook says it supports bill that would regulate political ads on the internet

Facebook announced Friday that it would support a bipartisan piece of legislation that regulates political ads on the internet, less than a week...
Facebook cracks down on Russian trolls

Facebook cracks down on Russian trolls

In the latest development in its battles against misinformation and fake news, Facebook said that they have removed more than 270 accounts and...

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