How to fight racial injustice whether or not you can protest
All the resources you need to use the internet effectively amid nationwide protests over the murder of George Floyd.
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6.2.2020 12:59 AM
Here's every company that's pulled its advertising from Facebook
Unilever, Verizon, Coca-Cola — the call to boycott Facebook is gaining some serious momentum.
6.30.2020 6:33 PM
The Instagrammers documenting celebrity fits / Changing racist coding terms
On this episode, we’ve got stories about Shia LaBeouf and Jonah Hill stan accounts and the push to get rid of racially insensitive programming terms.
6.29.2020 12:48 PM
The week in technology, in photos
The biggest, strangest, most interesting moments of the week as seen by photographers around the world.
6.28.2020 5:41 PM
Boston bans use of facial recognition, approves $3.6B police budget
It’s the second-largest U.S. city to ban the technology.
6.25.2020 1:20 PM
Facebook pats itself on the back for 'fighting' hate speech
No matter what numbers Facebook highlights, hate will continue to thrive on the platform until its policies are overhauled.
6.24.2020 6:56 PM
The truth about Supreme and tear gas / The perfect protest app
On this episode, we’ve got two stories involving the Black Lives Matter protests — one about streetwear giant Supreme, the other about an anonymizing app.
6.24.2020 11:40 AM
An activist group has unleashed heaps of highly sensitive police data
Distributed Denial Of Secrets exposed the sensitive data on Juneteenth.
6.24.2020 1:03 AM
All of Fortnite's cop cars have disappeared from the game
A recent update to the popular game removed all police vehicles. Thank goodness.
6.22.2020 4:07 PM
YouTube hit with discrimination lawsuit by Black creators over shady profiling tactics
The lawsuit, spanning almost 240 pages, details a litany of complaints against YouTube.
6.18.2020 9:25 PM
Supreme's link to tear gas? You don't know the half of it.
The Carlyle Group, which owns 50 percent of the streetwear brand, has profited off of military weapons and shady housing projects in the past.
6.17.2020 2:30 PM
Google can't get its story straight after banning ZeroHedge and The Federalist from ads
acolytes habitually complain, Google has done this to at least 200 other publishers.
6.16.2020 10:23 PM
Anonymous Camera is the perfect protest companion
A compact, super-offline app to anonymize faces, bodies, and voices.
6.15.2020 6:46 PM
GitHub and others are replacing racist coding terms like 'master' and 'slave'
Language has power. This project has failed in the past; let's keep the momentum going this time around.
6.15.2020 2:23 PM
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan claim they're appalled by Trump's words
If they think his words are bad, wait until they hear about his actions.
6.12.2020 8:54 PM
YouTube won't let users game its ads for BLM fundraising
No artificial boosts allowed, not even ones with good intentions.
6.12.2020 4:17 PM
Quit your job, Mark Zuckerberg! / The great Sonic debate
On this episode, we talk about why Zuckerberg isn't the leader we need right now and why Sonic games actually suck.
6.12.2020 12:21 PM
Tinder says it will stop banning people for promoting Black Lives Matter
At least a dozen people have reported being suspended or banned for speaking to their matches about BLM protests and donation pools.
6.10.2020 8:10 PM
Itch.io's game bundle has raised $3.4M for racial justice, is now 1,400 titles deep
The independent game store is showing the power of community, and offering one of the greatest gaming deals of all time.
6.10.2020 1:04 AM
IBM will stop working on facial recognition tech and wants police reform
The company sunset it's facial recognition hardware and software and is asking Congress for greater transparency in policing.
6.9.2020 4:07 PM
Siri and Google Assistant can now shut down the 'All Lives Matter' crowd
But making statements is much better when there are concrete actions attached. Open your purses, Big Tech.
6.8.2020 2:54 PM
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