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The Internet Archive rejects MSNBC host Joy Reid’s claim that her old blog was hacked

Sometimes the “I got hacked!” excuse just doesn’t cut it. That was MSNBC host Joy Ann Reid’s explanation for old blog posts containing homophobic statements that recently surfaced. 304 more words

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3 things we’re looking for in Twitter’s Q1 earnings report

Twitter’s stock has skyrocketed in the last year, doubling to a share price of about $30. That’s a bigger surge than we’ve seen from tech stalwarts like Google and Amazon. 314 more words

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How the ethereum blockchain saved this China #MeToo letter from censorship

An open letter from a Chinese student activist that had been censored after going viral on social media in China has been published in a harder-to-erase spot: the ethereum blockchain. 335 more words

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Why Facebook’s engagement surged after Cambridge Analytica

In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the #DeleteFacebook movement got a lot of press. But to date, there’s been scant evidence of users actually closing their accounts. 333 more words

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Uber is inching towards a more diverse staff

In the little over a year since ex-Uber engineer Susan Fowler penned a blog post that exposed the company’s sexist and discriminatory culture (and prompted a… 268 more words

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During Puerto Rico’s Blackout, Solar Microgrids Kept The Lights On

Seven months after Hurricane Maria hit Humacao, Puerto Rico–the first town on the island in the path of the storm–the community still hasn’t been connected to the national electric grid. 1,007 more words

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