The U.S House of Representatives held an historic hearing on July 29, bringing the four titans of the tech world, Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook, before the committee as the culmination of a year-long investigation into market dominance in tech. As you might expect, the hearing careened across a wide range of issues, and a wide range of ideological lenses, but in between the omnipresent political posturing and the bizarre moments, like Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ “tech troubles,” some important and even game-changing facts came to light.
Billboard reading “Don’t Let Facebook ZUCK UP Our Elections” and other messages will tour San Francisco and the Peninsula one day before Mark Zuckerberg testifies… Read More »Press Release: Mobile Billboard Takes Messages of Protest to Mark Zuckerberg’s Front Door
Corey Hill of Global Exchange and the Protest Facebook coalition praises the Stop Hate for Profit advertiser boycott and suggests we think of it as… Read More »Social justice groups square off against Facebook
On January 8, Tristan Harris of the Center for Humane Technology testified at a Congressional hearing on “Americans at Risk: Manipulation and Deception in the… Read More »Tristan Harris’ testimony about deception in the digital age
Read or watch Sacha Baron Cohen’s speech on The Guardian website. Cohen calls Facebook the ‘greatest propaganda machine in history’ and argues that Facebook would… Read More »Sacha Baron Cohen’s scathing attack on Facebook