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Facebook is unhappy with Apples new privacy update

Facebook is unhappy with Apple’s new privacy update

By Raymond Ranbhise April 1, 2021

In a new iOS update, Apple will now ask users if they want to be tracked by apps like Facebook with a pop-up asking for permission. As you might expect, Facebook isn't happy about this.   "Apple may...

The Alphabet Workers Union allows Google employees to express their concerns about company policy without fearing repercussions from the tech giant.

Unions empower workers, advocate for change in the workplace

By Ritaja Subrahmanya February 12, 2021

In a historic event, employees at Google recently created the Alphabet Workers Union, the first union at a major tech company, according to ABC News. By the end of the day it was announced, the union had...

Twitter’s political ads ban limits freedom of expression

By Naomi Baron November 19, 2019

According to New York Times, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted on Oct. 30 that Twitter will no longer allow political advertisements of any kind on their social media site. While Twitter’s intentions...

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