We Stay Looking for Loopholes: The Tech Jawn 84
DoorDash is facing a lawsuit claiming the food delivery service charges iPhone users more for identical deliveries than Android users.
Google Photos, after misidentifying Black men as Gorillas back in 2015, disabled the ability to categorize apes, and 8 years later, still hasn’t turned the ability back on.
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act which frees companies from liability due to user-generated content on their platforms, kinda sorta got tested in the Supreme Court last week.
And, just when you thought your data was safe from the state unless it gets a warrant compelling companies to hand it over, the authorities can just buy it from data brokers.
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