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Engineers have been abused, harassed, and spat at, while conspiracy theorists have launched arson attacks against mobile infrastructure
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As schools go remote, so do tests and so does surveillance
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Following protests, Amazon is instituting new safety measures
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The man behind an alleged crowdfunding scam wants you to know he isn’t a scammer
The risks and rewards of blowing the whistle at Uber
Behind the scenes, employees allege a pattern of inappropriate behavior and are speaking out
The company has partnered with Edly to sell ISAs to investors
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They scrub the internet of violent and disturbing content, and it haunts them forever
Why won’t Foxconn tell Wisconsin what it’s building?
Away’s founders sold a vision of travel and inclusion, but former employees say it masked a toxic work environment
How the Hmong diaspora uses the world’s most boring technology to make something weird and wonderful
Reimagining the conference call line as a radio show
They were hired to help with the war effort—and when the American military pulled out, those voices were left for dead
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