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Aurora Leticia Cruz has tried to keep up with her blood pressure medication since fleeing Guatemala more than a year ago, but the limbo she finds herself in – stuck in a sprawling camp at the Texas border after traversing Mexico – has made that hard.
Google illegally fired, interrogated and surveilled activist employees, a regional director of the US National Labor Relations Board alleged in a complaint on Dec 2.
An inspector general’s report is casting doubt on the US Department of Homeland Security’s ability to protect its massive repository of personal data from hackers amid a push by the Trump administration to vastly expand its collection of biometrics through the use of facial recognition and other tools.
The Trump administration announced plans on Sept 1 to expand the collection of personal "biometric” information by the agency in charge of immigration enforcement, raising concerns about civil liberties and data protection.
Having a tough time recognising your neighbours behind their pandemic masks? Computers are finding it more difficult, too.
With Covid-19 ravaging the aviation industry, airlines and airports worldwide are reining in costs and halting new spending, except in one area: reassuring pandemic-wary passengers about travel.
Each morning, workers at Google get an internal newsletter called the "Daily Insider.” Kent Walker, Google’s top lawyer, set off a firestorm when he argued in the Nov 14 edition that the 21-year old company had outgrown its policy of allowing workers to access nearly any internal document.
A complaint filed Dec 3 accused Google of terminating staff in retaliation for activism about working conditions, the latest in a series of such allegations against the Internet giant.
Google fired four employees for what the technology giant said were violations of its data-security policies, escalating tension between management and activist workers at a company once revered for its open corporate culture.
Google employees demonstrated outside the company’s San Francisco office Friday to protest the Internet giant’s recent decision to put two staff members on leave.