Government Demands for Amazon Data Shot Up 800 Percent in 2020

Andreas Milano

The last few years have seen a scourge of account takeovers across social media, with no more visible example than last year’s audacious Twitter hack. This week, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok took part in a coordinated action to reclaim hundreds of accounts that had been used to facilitate trading of those ill-gotten handles within the so-called OGUsers community. It’s not going to solve the problem for good, but it’s at least something.

That’s more than can generally be said for streamer donation platforms Streamlabs and StreamElements, which have allowed far-right and white supremacist users to monetize their hate. Both

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How digital networks and data help promote board diversity and bust the ‘pipeline problem’ myth

Andreas Milano
Charlotte Guyman.

In the last year, protests against racial inequality and the uneven effects of the coronavirus pandemic have thrust the lack of diversity at the top levels of business into the headlines. Now more than ever, customers, employees and investors are beginning to chastise companies that aren’t making an effort to introduce top-team diversity.

Most recently on Dec. 1 the tech-heavy Nasdaq filed a proposal with the Securities and Exchange Commission that would require companies to disclose their board’s diversity and to have at least two diverse directors. While the proposal remains unresolved, it was the latest high-profile sign

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How big tech got even bigger

Andreas Milano

The tech industry’s titans were already huge before COVID-19, the subject of soaring valuations and snowballing antitrust investigations. The pandemic has only made them bigger. A lot bigger.

In almost every facet of life—the tools we use to work, study, and play; how we shop and interact; the way companies operate and market their products—people and businesses have become more reliant on technology over the past year. Even amid one of the most punishing economic downturns on record, spending surged

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Police used Google location data to identify criminal suspects in Minneapolis: report

Andreas Milano

Could your phone make you a suspect in a crime you didn’t commit?

Police investigating vandalism that broke out amid the protests in Minneapolis over George Floyd’s death last year used a search warrant for Google users’ location data in an attempt to identify the so-called “Umbrella Man” who has been blamed for starting violence, TechCrunch reported.

The “geofence” warrant targeted anyone who was near the AutoZone store around the time videos showed a masked man smashing windows, according to the report. It was the first of

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Kamala Harris and Black business leaders collaborate on economic plan

Andreas Milano

On Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris and U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen participated in a virtual roundtable with Black business leaders from around the country to discuss how the Biden administration’s Rescue Plan could help Black small business owners recover from the financial devastation they’ve endured since the pandemic began in March.

Expressing concern about the future

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VOC Sensors and Monitors Market Expects to See Significant Growth During 2020-2028 | Honeywell, Aeroqual, Extech, ams AG

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Feb 06, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) —
This report provides a comprehensive market analysis for global VOC Sensors and Monitors Market from a qualitative and quantitative viewpoint, with a forecast for the next 10 years. The report also provides nuanced metrics with possible market implications over the forecast period and an in-depth analysis of the leading VOC Sensors and Monitors Market companies operating in the global market.The key market factors, threats and opportunities for the global market for testing for VOC Sensors and Monitors Market were also

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