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Lyft and Other Gig-Economy Giants Cash In With IPOs Before Labor Laws Catch Up With Them - 2 avril 2019
Gig-economy companies Lyft, Uber, and Postmates are racing to file IPOs this year, a mad dash replete with ever-increasing multibillion-dollar valuations. But is the rush to start trading on the public markets also a sprint to evade compliance with current labor law ? Recent financial and lobbyist filings suggest (...)

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Google Is Conducting a Secret “Performance Review” of Its Censored China Search Project - 27 mars 2019
Google executives are carrying out a secret internal assessment of work on a censored search engine for China, The Intercept has learned. A small group of top managers at the internet giant are conducting a “performance review” of the controversial effort to build the search platform, known as Dragonfly, which was (...)

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Inside the Video Surveillance Program IBM Built for Philippine Strongman Rodrigo Duterte - 21 mars 2019
Jaypee Larosa was standing in front of an internet cafe in Davao City, a metropolitan hub on the Philippine island of Mindanao, when three men in dark jackets pulled up on a motorcycle and opened fire. That summer evening, Larosa, 20, was killed. After the shooting, according to witnesses, one of the men (...)

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The U.S. Targeted Journalists on the Border. Two Senators Want to Know Why. - 12 mars 2019
There were nearly a dozen categories of individuals catalogued in the government’s secret list of border troublemakers. Revealed last week in documents obtained by an NBC News investigative team in San Diego, the list included 13 “organizers,” eight “instigators,” and 10 journalists with varying descriptions. There was (...)

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Should We Trust Artificial Intelligence Regulation by Congress If Facebook Supports It ? - 7 mars 2019
Try to imagine for a moment a declaration from Congress to the effect that safeguarding the environment is important, that the effects of pollution on the environment ought to be monitored, and that special care should be taken to protect particularly vulnerable and marginalized communities from toxic waste. So (...)

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Mark Zuckerberg Is Trying to Play You — Again - 7 mars 2019
If you click enough times through the website of Saudi Aramco, the largest oil producer in the world, you’ll reach a quiet section called “Addressing the climate challenge.” In this part of the website, the fossil fuel monolith claims, “Our contributions to the climate challenge are tangible expressions of our ethos, (...)

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Google Employees Uncover Ongoing Work on Censored China Search - 5 mars 2019
Google employees have carried out their own investigation into the company’s plan to launch a censored search engine for China and say they are concerned that development of the project remains ongoing, The Intercept can reveal. Late last year, bosses moved engineers away from working on the controversial project, (...)

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Google Hedges on Promise to End Controversial Involvement in Military Drone Contract - 2 mars 2019
Following months of protests from its employees, Google announced last summer that it would not renew its contract with the military on Project Maven, an initiative to use artificial intelligence to improve the targeting and surveillance capabilities of drones on the battlefield. In an email sent this week by (...)

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Livestream Tonight : Naomi Klein and Shoshana Zuboff on the Rise of Surveillance Capitalism - 2 mars 2019
Join Intercept senior correspondent Naomi Klein and Harvard Business School professor Shoshana Zuboff, author of “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism : The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power,” for an engaging discussion about the unprecedented form of power called “surveillance capitalism” and the (...)

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145 Spies - The Secret History of Fiat Brazil’s Internal Espionage Network and Collaboration With the Military Dictatorship - 25 février 2019
In October 1978, Fiat Brazil’s workers were on the verge of their first strike. The Italian carmaker’s factory in South America would go on to become its most successful : Today, more Fiats are produced in Brazil than in any country besides Italy, and Fiats are the third most popular car in Brazil. But 40 years ago, (...)

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Amazon Pullout Shows What Anti-Capitalist Organizing and Leftist Politicians Can Do - 16 février 2019
When Amazon, the monopsonistic retailer and ICE collaborator, announced last November that it would open its “second headquarters” in New York City, local resistance arose immediately. The day following the announcement, over 100 community activists, union leaders, and local politicians rallied in the Queens, New (...)

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Amazon’s Home Surveillance Chief Declared War on “Dirtbag Criminals” as Company Got Closer to Police - 15 février 2019
On March 17, 2016, Ring CEO Jamie Siminoff emailed out a company-wide declaration of war. The message, under the subject line “Going to war,” made two things clear to the home surveillance company’s hundreds of employees : Everyone was getting free camouflage-print T-shirts (“They look awesome,” assured Siminoff), and (...)

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FOR OWNERS OF AMAZON’S RING SECURITY CAMERAS, STRANGERS MAY HAVE BEEN WATCHING TOO - 15 février 2019
THE “SMART HOME” of the 21st century isn’t just supposed to be a monument to convenience, we’re told, but also to protection, a Tony Stark-like bubble of vigilant algorithms and internet-connected sensors working ceaselessly to watch over us. But for some who’ve welcomed in Amazon’s Ring security cameras, there have (...)

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How the U.S. Weaponized the Border Wall - 10 février 2019
Migrants die and disappear in staggeringly high numbers along the U.S.-Mexico border, as Washington over the years has shut down relatively safe, traditional urban entry points, forcing border crossers into hostile desert terrain. Migrants also sustain severe life-threatening or crippling injuries. They fall into (...)

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Journalists, Lawyers, and Activists Working on the Border Face Coordinated Harassment From U.S. and Mexican Authorities - 9 février 2019
Four photojournalists gathered on the southern side of the U.S.-Mexico border wall shortly after Christmas in Tijuana. They were there to document the arrival of the migrant caravans from Central America, the latest chapter in a story that had drawn President Donald Trump’s increasing outrage. As the photographers (...)

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Google Hired Gig Economy Workers to Improve Artificial Intelligence in Controversial Drone-Targeting Project - 5 février 2019
Millions of gig economy workers around the world now earn a living on so-called crowd worker websites — work that falls under the umbrella of crowdsourcing, or dividing up tasks into minuscule portions to spread over a large number of people. The sites pay as little as $1 an hour for individuals to perform short, (...)

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“A Fundamentally Illegitimate Choice” : Shoshana Zuboff on the Age of Surveillance Capitalism - 2 février 2019
Shoshana Zuboff’s “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism” is already drawing comparisons to seminal socioeconomic investigations like Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” and Karl Marx’s “Capital.” Zuboff’s book deserves these comparisons and more : Like the former, it’s an alarming exposé about how business interests have poisoned (...)

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New Site Exposes How Apple Censors Apps in China - 2 février 2019
A new website exposes the extent to which Apple cooperates with Chinese government internet censorship, blocking access to Western news sources, information about human rights and religious freedoms, and privacy-enhancing apps that would circumvent the country’s pervasive online surveillance regime. The new site, (...)

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Google’s Sidewalk Labs Plans to Package and Sell Location Data on Millions of Cellphones - 28 janvier 2019
Most of the data collected by urban planners is messy, complex, and difficult to represent. It looks nothing like the smooth graphs and clean charts of city life in urban simulator games like “SimCity.” A new initiative from Sidewalk Labs, the city-building subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, has set out (...)

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As Trial Starts for Border Humanitarian Volunteers, New Documents Reveal Federal Bureaucrats’ Obsession With Stopping Activists - 18 janvier 2019
Trump administration prosecutors argued this week that members of the borderland faith-based organization No More Deaths broke the law by leaving jugs of water and cans of beans for migrants trekking through a remote wilderness refuge in the Sonoran Desert. The arguments came in the first of a series of (...)