Tag Archives: Google
by Alina Selyukh The thing about the tech industry and employee diversity reports is they can feel like Groundhog Day: Google, 2014: “Put simply, Google is not where we want to be when it comes to diversity.” Google, 2016: “We … Continue reading
By Elizabeth Preza If you’re one of the millions who use Google services everyday, you might be concerned about the troves of data the company has gathered on everything from your daily habits to your porn preferences. Now, in an … Continue reading
By Lynn Stuart Parramore They call it “modernizing the rules.” We call it “cashing in on your privacy.” Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, DIRECTV, and other giant U.S. cable and telecommunications companies are going hard-core with an aggressive anti-consumer agenda … Continue reading
By Bryce Covert Jhana, an online resource with articles and tools for managers used by employees at Google, Groupon, Eventbrite, Modcloth, and Ask.com, published an article called “What if a male colleague gets the wrong idea?” to help women deal … Continue reading
Interesting presentation, considering she’s been extremely lucky by being employed by both Facebook and Google in her career. Some points are valid and others are not.
Google’s Breakfast with Sundar event is over and the biggest news to come out of it was the announcement of a new Nexus 7 tablet. Yep, it’s real, and is already available for preorder. As expected, the new Nexus 7 is … Continue reading
By Seth Schoen In the past several weeks, EFF has received many requests for advice about privacy tools that provide technological shields against mass surveillance. We’ve been interested for many years in software tools that help people protect their own privacy; … Continue reading