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Exalead was sucked into Dassault Systèmes. Then former Exaleaders abandoned ship. Algolia benefited from some Exalead experience. But unlike Exalead, Algolia embraced venture funding with cash provided by Accel, Point Nine Capital, Storm Ventures, and Y Combinator, among others. DarkCyber noted “Algolia Finds $110M from Accel and Salesforce for Its Search-As-a-Service, Used by Slack, Twitch […]
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Slate 10/11/2019 14:56
But Amazon and Microsoft, along with others companies like Concur, Dell, and Palantir, have maintained lucrative contracts with ICE under Trump, providing database, hosting, and infrastructure services that power the current immigration policies.
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CNBC 10/11/2019 09:05
As sexism scandals shake Big Tech, attendees at a women-focused tech conference come armed with questions about gender disparity.
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ITPRO 10/10/2019 06:39
10 Oct, 2019. Credits. Shutterstock. Alt Text. Image depicting facial recognition. California passed a bill placing a moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology by state law enforcement for the next three years. Assembly member Phil Ting introduced earlier this year to prevent the misuse of body cameras, particularly through face and biometric surveillance.
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More recently, Whole Foods employees protested Amazon's work with Palantir, a data-analytics company whose software has been used in ICE raids, and the company's sale of facial recognition technology to law enforcement.
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Business Insider 10/09/2019 16:31
The episode makes GitHub the latest tech company to face protest over work with ICE, following similar incidents at companies like Palantir, Amazon Web Services, Salesforce, and GitHub's parent company Microsoft.
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The Vox 10/09/2019 15:21
Palantir CEO Alex Karp has said that it’s not up to companies, but governments, to democratically decide policy.
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Activist Post 10/09/2019 12:13
US-based company IBM supplies 11 countries, Palantir 9, and Cisco 6.
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Axios 10/08/2019 10:12
A chorus of civil rights and privacy groups is calling on U.S. cities to end partnerships with Amazon's Ring camera unit, saying the deals raise a range of privacy, and other concerns. Why it matters: Per the Washington Post, have deals with the Amazon subsidiary. Driving the news: More than 30 civil rights and privacy groups have signed an calling for an end to such deals, saying the partnerships "threaten civil liberties, privacy and civil rights, and exist without oversight or accountability.". "
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Business Wire 10/08/2019 09:00
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, digital experience company Acquia announced its agenda and open registration for Acquia Engage 2019, as well as conference keynote speaker two-time World Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist Kelley O’Hara, sharing inspirational success stories of overcoming challenges.
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Technology Review (MIT) 10/08/2019 07:00
And even when its workers did get restless, it wasn’t because of Amazon’s CIA or Pentagon links, but because it sold web services to Palantir, the data analytics company that works with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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TechDirt 10/08/2019 06:21
it uses to hunt down undocumented immigrants all over the country. The report is based on the results of public records requests, which show ICE's ability to utilize , dozens of law enforcement databases, and a bunch of private sector options to find the people they're looking for. This public records investigation mainly focuses on ICE's operations in the Pacific Northwest. The documentation used to compile it includes recordings of phone calls to local law enforcement agencies and interviews with detainees. Together, the hundreds of documents show ICE's breathtaking reach. [P]ublic records make clear that ICE, like other federal agencies, sucks up terabytes of information from hundreds of disparate computer systems, from state and local g.
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