Once a week, we’ll give you a short update on what’s happening in social justice and tech.
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March 24 2016
Sometimes, defendants should be able to see the source code of software that helps to convict them.Read
March 10 2016
The FCC just proposed privacy rules for Internet service providers. Here are some key technical facts.Read
March 3 2016
Most technology companies claim that they want to have a diverse workforce. But relatively few truly achieve it. Today, new software companies promise to help tackle this challenge. Can they deliver?Read
February 25 2016
What would a win for the FBI in the Apple case mean for social justice? How would this potential precedent play out in the real world? The debate is about much more than this one iPhone, in this one case. If Apple can be forced to help the FBI break into this device, expect state and local law enforcement to ask Apple — and other tech companies — to do the same.Read
January 21 2016
T-Mobile has is offering promising but imperfect “zero rating” scheme. Verizon’s approach is more troubling: It could distort Internet access in ways that net neutrality advocates have spent years trying to prevent.Read