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    1. Analysis: How tech's sexism shows up in the products you use

      Analysis: How tech's sexism shows up in the products you use

      It's been a rough week at Google. On Aug. 4, a 10-page memo titled "Google's Ideological Echo Chamber" started circulating on the company's internal networks, arguing that the disparities between men and women in tech and leadership roles were rooted in biology, not bias. By Saturday afternoon, the tech news site Gizmodo had obtained and published the entire thing. The story blew up.

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    2. Startup Plans To Sell Landlords, Employers Data From Your Facebook Page

      Startup Plans To Sell Landlords, Employers Data From Your Facebook Page

      Startup Plans To Sell Landlords, Employers Data From Your Facebook Page CAITLIN DEWEY Washington Post Start-up planning to take "a deep dive" into your private social media and sell the info that it strip-mines. A new British startup called Score Assured wants, in the words of co-founder Steve Thornhill, to "take a deep dive into private social media profiles" and sell what it finds there to everyone from prospective dates to employers and landlords.

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