Former Facebook auditor says whistleblower's claims have 'revived' civil rights concerns
A civil rights expert who delivered a scathing indictment of Facebook's record last year called whistleblower Frances Haugen's allegations about the tech giant "deeply disturbing" and said they have "revived" concerns about how it addresses hate speech and other harms.
Snap Inc., YouTube and TikTok Grilled by Senate Panel; Digital Lenders Under Siege From Kenya
The leaders of a Senate panel have questioned executives from TikTok, Snapchat, and YouTube about their safety protocols, as they further inquiries into social media's impact on children and teenagers.
OPINION | If Edward Rogers referred to Masai Ujiri as 'arrogant,' he gave the game away | CBC Sports
Six years ago I tried to initiate a move between departments at the Toronto Star, from business, where newsroom leadership sent me in 2011, back to sports, where I had spent most of my time and energy.
Understanding Prolonged Grief Disorder | Symptoms & Prevention
Grief is something we have all experienced. Dealing with a painful event in life is a tough job. Each one of us has a different way of dealing with grief.
Health Psychology: What Is It, Its Role, And More
If you have heard of health psychology for the first time and you don't have any idea about it...don't worry you have landed on the right page.
Former professors sue Collin College over free speech
Two former professors at Collin College in Texas are suing the institution and its president, H. Neil Matkin, among other administrators, for alleged violations of the First Amendment.
Rebecca Hall on race, regret and her personal history: 'In any family with a legacy of passing, it's very tricky'
t would be easy to assume that Rebecca Hall has never had to fight for anything in her life.
Commissioners applaud county's assistance to 'those who need help' - Austin Monitor
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 by Seth Smalley
Narrowly Returned to Power, Trudeau Promises an Activist Government
The Canadian prime minister failed to gain a majority in Parliament last month but acted otherwise when unveiling his new cabinet.