Even with United in final, Van Gaal won’t discuss future

first_img Brought down LONDON (AP): Qualifying for the Champions League looks increasingly out of reach for Manchester United. The season could still end with silverware after Louis van Gaal’s side reached the FA Cup final by beating Everton yesterday. And yet van Gaal still has the air of a manager who could be leaving his job. Even amid the joy at seeing Anthony Martial score in the third minute of stoppage time to clinch a 2-1 victory over Everton in the semi-final, van Gaal responded curtly to a question about the team beyond this season. “I am not looking beyond this competition, the FA Cup, because we live in the present,” van Gaal said. “As for the future, I will discuss that with my board and not with you.” When it was pointed out that he had another season remaining on his contract, the 64-year-old Dutchman said: “Yes. You repeat what I have always said.” Martial set up Marouane Fellaini’s opener in the 34th minute against his former club. Although David de Gea saved Romelu Lukaku’s penalty early in the second half to preserve United’s lead after Ross Barkley was brought down by Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Gerard Deulofeu’s cross was inadvertently turned into his own net by United defender Chris Smalling with 15 minutes remaining. Martial’s winner was a slick completion of a rapid attack that prevented extra time. The 20-year-old France forward linked up with Marcus Rashford on the left flank and then played another one-two with Ander Herrera before slotting in the winner. The 11-time FA Cup winners will discover today whether Crystal Palace or Watford will be their opponent in the May 21 final. With four games remaining, United remain fifth, four points behind Arsenal, who play relegation-threatened Sunderland today. Crosstown rivals Manchester City are a further point ahead in third place after beating Stoke 4-0 in one of four Premier League games yesterday. Kelechi Iheanacho, City’s 19-year-old forward, scored twice after first-half goals from Fernando and Sergio Aguero from the penalty spot. Newcastle remained in the relegation zone despite coming from behind to draw 2-2 at Liverpool, who announced before the game that defender Mamadou Sakho failed a drugs test before a Europa League game last month. After conceding goals from Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana in the first half, Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle salvaged a point, thanks to strikes from Papiss Cisse and Jack Colback on the manager’s return to the club he won the Champions League with in 2005. Disappointing season Southampton kept alive their outside shot at qualifying for the Europa League by compounding already-relegated Aston Villa’s woes. Dusan Tadic scored twice in a 4-2 victory for seventh-place Southampton, between headers from Shane Long and Sadio Mane. Deposed champions Chelsea are a place behind after cruising to a 4-1 victory at Bournemouth, who have already secured a second season in the Premier League. Cesc Fabregas played a key role in all four goals, including Eden Hazard’s double that produced his first league goals of a disappointing season for the reigning player of the year. Pedro Rodriguez and Willian also scored for Chelsea. The focus shifts to the title race in the coming days. Leicester, who have a five-point lead over Tottenham, host Swansea today. Tottenham face West Bromwich Albion at White Hart Lane tomorrow.last_img read more

How will Mexico line up vs. Wales?

first_imgMexico How will Mexico line up against Wales? Jon Arnold Click here to see more stories from this author in Los Angeles Last updated 1 year ago 03:35 5/29/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Hirving Lozano Mexico Frederic J. Brown Mexico Wales Mexico v Wales Friendlies El Tri manager Juan Carlos Osorio has to work with a limited group in Monday’s friendly match UPDATE: Chicharito, Tecatito leading the line against WalesLet the preparation continue. Mexico’s match Monday against Wales is the first of three friendly matches to help El Tri get ready for the World Cup in Russia. Really, Mexico has been preparing for the World Cup since September when it clinched qualification, or maybe even before that. The official build-up games, however, start now.Mexico’s defense is a bit thin heading into the contest, creating an opportunity for a player like America’s Edson Alvarez to slot into the starting XI and perhaps make enough of an impact that he ends up in Russia. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now Diego Reyes and Hector Moreno are coming off injuries, as is Andres Guardado, and won’t play. Carlos Salcedo and Marco Fabian both were in training Monday, but only recently finished their Eintracht Frankfurt season. Giovani dos Santos and Jonathan dos Santos also trained after playing Friday with the LA Galaxy.Miguel Layun and Alfredo Talavera are yet to join up with the team, while Rafa Marquez could not travel to the match because of visa issues.As Goal does before each Mexico match, we’ve looked at three potential starting XIs for El TrI:Standard 4-3-3gfx mexico wales 433The 4-3-3 has been Osorio’s preferred formation during his tenure, and he has the players to make it work Monday. This would see a back four of Edson Alvarez and Jesus Gallardo getting minutes on the outside with left-footed center-back Oswaldo Alanis on the left and Hugo Ayala on the right.It also sees Monterrey midfielder Jesus Molina in the middle, where he would be tasked with breaking up attacks from Wales’ Aaron Ramsey and Harry Wilson. Mexico didn’t take a true defensive midfielder to the Confederations Cup, but Molina’s inclusion on the preliminary roster hints that Osorio may change that this time around.Up front, I’ve gone with Hirving Lozano on the right and Jesus ‘Tecatito’ Corona on the left with Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez in the middle. It’s the strongest group Mexico has at the moment, and Chicharito and Corona could use rhythm after seeing only sporadic minutes in the European season. Lozano is on the right with Corona on the left after seeing how they played in Sunday’s training session, but they’ll likely switch during the match and could start on the opposite sides.Trying three at the backgfx mexico wales 343This alignment would get Jurgen Damm into the starting lineup. The Tigres winger seems like a long shot but does have experience playing in a role that requires him to track back defensively and his speed is something Osorio has enjoyed exploiting off the bench.At the back, Gallardo simply moves up to play in a position more similar to the one he plays at Tigres, while Alvarez slots into the right center-back position.Erick Gutierrez was called in as potential injury cover for Andres Guardado, who Mexico is optimistic will be at 100 per cent ahead of the World Cup. Even so, he may get a look Monday night, especially in a role where he’s asked both to get forward and help with defending.Really going for itgfx mexico wales all outIf Osorio wanted to, and I don’t think he does, he could put what essentially is his best possible XI on the field and have them go out to beat Wales. Preparation for the World Cup is more important, and this game should be a chance for some of the fringe players to attempt to win spots 21 or 22 on the plane. Osorio did hope to have his final 23 ready by this point, though, so perhaps he’d inset Eintracht Frankfurt duo Carlos Salcedo and Marco Fabian into the group. That could be motivated by wanting Salcedo to get more time as the right-back in a back four, where he has played for Mexico but rarely plays on the club level.It’s also possible that one of the Dos Santos brothers edges into the starting XI, but after both played Friday for the LA Galaxy and with each coming off of injuries, it seems like an unnecessary risk that Osorio wouldn’t have any desire to take.last_img read more

Livestreaming and the reinvention of Vine How social media changed in 2016

first_img2016 was a year of change and growth for many social media platforms. Some expanded their services, others met their demise, and many of the big players became obsessed with providing their users with the ability to livestream. But even with all the changes, one thing remained consistent. Topics Canadians cared about, whether it be Drake, the U.S. election or Pokemon Go, were sure to show up on social media platforms across the board.The death of VineOne of the biggest changes to the social media landscape in 2016 came when Twitter announced it was shutting down its short-form video service Vine in an effort to cut costs. Twitter Advertisement Vine, the platform that allows users to record and loop up to six seconds of video, surfaced back in 2013 (Twitter acquired it before it even launched) and, over the years, it helped produce several stars including Canadians Shawn Mendes and Ruth B. But with Twitter bleeding money, and struggling to find a buyer, the social media giant made the cut quite abruptly, much to the horror of “viners” everywhere. Facebook Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisementlast_img read more

Mop Up Underway on Brush Fire Burning Near Golf Resort in Sycuan

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Mop Up Underway on Brush Fire Burning Near Golf Resort in Sycuan KUSI Newsroom July 29, 2019 Posted: July 29, 2019 SYCUAN (KUSI) – A brush fire that charred about 150 acres of grass near Singing Hills Golf Resort in Sycuan is now 50 percent contained, fire officials said Monday.The blaze was first reported about 6 p.m. Sunday on Dehesa Road near Sycuan Summit Drive, Cal Fire officials said.As of 7 p.m., the fire had spread to about 50 acres, fire officials said. The forward rate of spread was stopped by 8:30 p.m. and the blaze was 10 percent contained.As of 6 a.m. Monday, the fire had grown to around 150 acres and was 50 percent contained, according to the state agency.Three homes were evacuated on Dehesa Road as a precaution but no injuries were reported and no structures were burned, fire officials said. KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more

People on the Move 093010

first_imgTMG named Victoria Gomelsky editor-in-chief of JCK magazine. Most recently, Gomelseky served for five years as editor-in-chief of Nielsen’s Geneva-based trade title Couture International Jeweler. TheWeek.com expanded its operation with five new hires: Deidre Depke was appointed general manager, Dale Hrabi was named online editorial director, Jebediah Reed was named deputy editor, David La Cross was appointed digital marketing manager and Jessica Hullinger was named audience development manager.HFMUS appointed three additional senior-level editors at Elle Décor: Ingrid Abramovitch was named editor at large, Allison M. Mezzafonte was named executive editor online and Caryn M. Prime was named managing editor.Source Interlink Companies appointed Stephanie S. Justice as executive vice president and chief administrative officer. Justice joins Source from Comag, where she most recently served as senior vice president.Katherine Heintzelman was named entertainment editor at Parade. Previously, Heintzelman served as entertainment director at More magazine.ALM named Chris Johnson as chief European correspondent for The American Lawyer. Johnson most recently served as a senior reporter for U.K.-based Legal Business.New York appointed Nitsuh Abebe as pop music critic for the magazine as well as the Vulture.com spin-off. Abebe has written for Pitchfork since 2003. Hugo Lindgren has been named editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine. Previously, Lindgren served as executive editor of Bloomberg Businessweek. He replaces Gerry Marzorati, who is now overseeing new initiatives at parent The New York Times Co.Two more big hires for the National Journal: Newsweek senior editor Adam Kushner was named deputy magazine editor and Boston.com editor David Beard was named deputy editor-in-chief and online editor.Advertising Age announced three promotions: digital media reporter Michael Learmonth was named digital editor, media reporter Nat Ives was elevated to media editor, and reporter Rupal Parekh was named agency editor.last_img read more

Facebook Stock Slammed Over Controversy With Data Firm Tied to Trump Campaign

first_img Popular on Variety On Saturday, Facebook denied that the Cambridge Analytica situation constituted a “data breach.” It also said that Cambridge Analytica did not use any of the Facebook data in question as part of its work on behalf of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.Even so, the case highlights the fact that the processes Facebook had in place allowed the data to be shared beyond what it had authorized. The company now faces a greater regulatory risk as a result of the disclosure, while third-party ad measurement partners may face more restrictions, according to Pivotal Research analyst Brian Wieser.“We think this episode is another indication of systemic problems at Facebook,” Wieser wrote in a research note Sunday. However, he added, “the company’s business won’t likely be meaningfully impacted for now because we don’t think advertisers will suddenly change the trajectory of their spending growth on the platform.”According to Facebook, University of Cambridge professor Aleksandr Kogan lied to Facebook and violated its terms of service by passing on the data from an app that was using the Facebook login feature to Cambridge Analytica.“Aleksandr Kogan requested and gained access to information from users who chose to sign up to his app, and everyone involved gave their consent,” Paul Grewal, Facebook VP and deputy general counsel, wrote in a statement on the company’s blog site on Saturday. “People knowingly provided their information, no systems were infiltrated, and no passwords or sensitive pieces of information were stolen or hacked.”According to Facebook, it currently puts all apps requesting detailed user information through an app review process that requires developers to justify the data they’re looking to collect and how they’re going to use it.Facebook announced late Friday that it was suspending Strategic Communication Laboratories and its Cambridge Analytica division from using the social platform. Cambridge Analytica, which according to its website “uses data to change audience behavior,” has offices in London, New York, and Washington, D.C. Per the Times, Cambridge Analytica provided various services for Trump’s 2016 election campaign, including “designing target audiences for digital ads and fund-raising appeals” as well as modeling voter turnout in U.S. states to inform TV ad buying. [UPDATE, 4:03 p.m. ET: Facebook shed about $36.4 billion of market value at the close of trading Monday, after shares tumbled 6.8% for the day. The stock fell as low as 8.1%. The decline dragged down the tech-skewing Nasdaq index and other markets.]Facebook shares fell more than 4% in premarket trading Monday after reports over the weekend that a data-analytics firm that worked for Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign improperly obtained access to information on more than 50 million users.According to reports by the New York Times and the U.K.’s Guardian, the consulting company — Cambridge Analytica — had gotten hold of data on 50 million Facebook users, without their knowledge or consent. The reports also said the data had not been deleted despite Facebook’s demands that the firm do so as far back as 2015. [UPDATE: Facebook said in a blog post later Monday that it hired digital-forensics firm Stroz Friedberg to conduct an audit of Cambridge Analytica; the company said Cambridge Analytica has agreed to cooperate.]Kogan created an app, “thisisyourdigitallife,” that offered personality predictions and advertised itself on Facebook as “a research app used by psychologists.” Around 270,000 people downloaded the app, granted access to data such as the city they set on their profile or Facebook content they had liked, as well as some limited information about friends who had privacy settings that allowed that sharing. Hence, through the 270,000 users who opted in to Kogan’s app, he was able to access data on 50 million-plus Facebook users.“Although Kogan gained access to this information in a legitimate way and through the proper channels that governed all developers on Facebook at that time, he did not subsequently abide by our rules,” Grewal wrote.Facebook will take “legal action if necessary” against Cambridge Analytica or others involved, Grewal added. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

Laser shoots down drones at sea w Video

first_imgThe Phalanx Close-in Weapon System. (Credit: Raytheon) Editor of Jane’s Defense Weekly, Peter Felstead, said the laser marks the beginning of a new era in missile defense technology, since lasers are becoming smaller and more effective and can be used to destroy a wide range of threats from the air, from mortars to missiles.Raytheon said the laser system tests are continuing, but the system is unlikely to be ready for deployment until 2016. © 2010 PhysOrg.com This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. The US Navy and coastguard’s standard defense system, the Phalanx Close-In Weapon System, currently overcomes the problem by using a high caliber, radar-guided Gatling gun that is able to counteract the ship’s movements to track and shoot down incoming objects. The Gatling has been used for over 30 years and is capable of firing up to 4,500 rounds of 20-mm ammunition per minute.The Navy’s new system for defeating close-in air and surface missiles or drones is known as LaWS (Laser Weapon System) and is paired with Raytheon’s Phalanx. The system comprises six lasers that focus on the target simultaneously, delivering energy high enough to cause it to catch fire. Range data is provided to the laser system by Phalanx radio-frequency sensors, and Phalanx electro-optical sensors acquire the targets and track them. Explore furthercenter_img The video of the demonstration, taken at an off-shore US Navy test range 120 km west of Los Angeles, was released on July 19th at the biennial International Air Show at Farnborough in the UK. The 32-kilowatt solid-state laser was mounted on a warship gun turret and was shown blasting a remotely piloted unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) until it caught fire, lost control, and plummeted into the sea. In all, four UAVs were shot down in the seagoing tests.Raytheon’s vice president Mike Booen said the demonstration was a world first with ship-borne lasers shooting down threats from the air at “military significant distances.” Firing a laser at sea is much more difficult than firing from land because it is mounted on a ship, which is moving and rolling with the waves, and it is also in a humid environment heavily laden with salt air. (PhysOrg.com) — An infrared laser developed by Arizona company Raytheon Missile Systems has been demonstrated shooting down incoming drones over the ocean off the coast of California. Citation: Laser shoots down drones at sea (w/ Video) (2010, July 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-07-laser-drones-sea-video.html USAF Awards Raytheon $752M Contract For Taiwan Early Warning Radarlast_img read more

Lightweight outfits bold earrings Be a practical bride

first_imgIndian brides today want to let loose and enjoy their big day. Instead of heavy gold jewellery, it’s best to invest in pieces of single statement earrings and practical lightwieght outfits, suggest experts. Here are few tips for you:Tennis bracelets, statement earrings and distinct cocktail rings are hot this season. Soft fabrics and trendy outfits are high on fashion. For functions like cocktails, sangeet and reception, brides can wear western cut gowns or draped gowns. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfSimple, modern and clean designs are being sought after as they are much lighter than the traditional heavy jewellery. Hues of peach, pink, blue and green is the colour palate to explore in terms of jewellery. Bold statement earrings, featuring some of the new colour stones coupled with rose cuts and set in rose gold is the latest trend. As for bridal outfits, shades of red, aubergine and maroon in fabrics like velvet, silk and satin will be seen making a comeback.Elaborate cuffs on the wrist and a pair of gorgeous earrings can alone do the trick, if matched well, with either a gown or a sari.Experiment with your outfits’ cuts and silhouettes and add some elements of hand work to give an edge in the outfit. Fusion wear is also a hit in bridal fashion now. Try different pairing like heavy dupattas with pants and unconventional blouses.last_img read more

Groupons New CEO May Be Its Best Deal Yet

first_imgAugust 8, 2013 How Success Happens Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. 3 min readcenter_img Groupon found a deal that seems to be working: Eric Lefkofsky.Chicago-based Groupon announced that Lefkofsky, who had been temporarily running the daily deals website since founding CEO Andrew Mason was ousted in February, has been appointed permanent CEO by the board of directors. “The board is encouraged by Groupon’s performance under Eric’s leadership,” said Ted Leonsis, chairman of Groupon, in the second-quarter earnings statement released late Wednesday.Groupon, a pioneer of the daily deals craze, was founded in 2008 and went public in a highly-anticipated IPO in 2011. But Groupon has struggled significantly since then, and after posting a loss of $81.1 million in the fourth quarter of last year, its board axed Mason. Over the past two years, Groupon’s stock price has gone from $26 a share on its first day of trading in November 2011 to less than $3 a share a year later.Related: Groupon Founder Andrew Mason Out as CEOInvestors seemed pleased with the new CEO pick. Groupon’s stock was up more than 2 percent midday Thursday to hover near $11 a share.Since leaving Groupon, Mason has been singing a different tune. Literally. He released a collection of seven songs that he titled “Hardly Workin” last month.Related: Groupon Founder Turned Musician: Andrew Mason’s ‘Hardly Workin’While Mason has been strumming away, Groupon has been banking on Lefkofsky to play the lead role in an epic comeback story. Lefkofsky is facing an uphill battle, but so far has been showing some positive signs. The total amount of North American sales made through Groupon rose 30 percent in the second quarter compared to the same quarter a year ago, according to the financial statement released Wednesday. Billings are a critical part of Groupon’s business model because the daily deal provider takes a cut from the transactions. The percentage that Groupon pockets varies on a case by case basis, depending on the merchant and the architecture of the deal, but is generally 50 percent of the price that the product or service sells for as part of the deal.Users buying deals on their smartphones is a primary growth area for Groupon. More than half of the billings recorded in North America came from mobile devices in June, says Lefkofsky in the financial statement. And more than 50 million Groupon apps have been downloaded globally, he says.Lefkofsky, 43, is a co-founder of Groupon and prior to being named the CEO was the company’s executive chairman. In addition to launching Groupon, Lefkofsky is a co-founder of the transportation management company Echo Global Logistics, the brand consultancy company InnerWorkings, the private investment firm Lightbank LLC and the electronic advertising administration company MediaBank, which merged with Donovan Data Systems to form MediaOcean in 2013.Related: iPad, Tablet Point-of-Sale Systems Gain Popularity Listen Nowlast_img read more

Liz Fong Jones prominent exGoogler shares her experience at Google and grave

first_img“I can no longer bail out a raft with a teaspoon while those steering, punch holes in it”– Liz Fong Jones Liz Fong Jones, former Google Engineer and an activist known for being outspoken about employee rights in the Silicon Valley, published a post on Medium yesterday. In the post, she talks about the ‘grave concerns’ related to strategic decisions made at Google and the way it has ‘misused its power’ by keeping profits above the well-being of people. Jones, who emerged as a prominent figure in the field of Site Reliability Engineering had joined Google 11 years ago. However, she left the company last month, citing Google’s lack of leadership in response to the Google walkout demands in November 2018. “I can’t continue burning myself out pushing for change. Instead, I am putting my own health first by joining a workplace that has a more diverse and fair working environment”, writes Jones. Google Walkout was a response to a report on workplace sexual harassment by the New York Times in October 2018. The report revealed that Google protected its senior execs accused of sexual abuse within the workplace and also paid them heavy exit packages ($90 million payout to Andy Rubin). Jones mentions that it was this event that “utterly shattered employees’ trust and goodwill in the management”. She mentions that Google management failed to effectively address the Google Walkout demands. Apart from not meeting the structural demand for having an employee representative on board, Google also didn’t entirely put an end to forced arbitration within the workplace. A group of Google employees, called ‘Googlers for ending forced arbitration’ launched a public awareness social media campaign, last month, to educate people across industries about the forced arbitration policy via Instagram and Twitter. They argued that the Google announcement regarding ending forced arbitration only made up for strong headlines, and did not actually do enough for the employees. This is because although Google made forced arbitration optional in case of sexual harassment for the employees ( excluding contractors, temps), it didn’t do so for other forms of discrimination. Google TVCs also wrote an open letter to Google’s CEO, last December, demanding for equal benefits and treatment. They also reiterated the demands of the walkout in the letter. Additionally, two shareholders, James Martin, and the pension funds also sued Alphabet’s board members for protecting the top execs accused of sexual assault, last month. The lawsuit alleged that Google directors agreed to pay Rubin to ‘ensure his silence’ and suppress information about the misconduct of other executives. Jones further states that Google also filed a motion before the National Labor Relations Board to overturn a ruling that permitted employees to organize on company email and document systems. Other than the issues faced during the Google walkout, Jones also wrote about issues during the Google+ launch, when the Google employees including herself, opposed against the Google + ‘real name’ policy. As per the policy, people have to use their legal names on the platform. “In doing so, Google+ would create yet another space inaccessible to some teachers, therapists, LGBT+ people, and others who need to use a different identity for privacy and safety”, mentions Jones. She writes that despite the employees’ opposition, Google+ launched in mid-2011 with a real-name policy. Moreover, there was also an increase in harassment, doxxing (harassment method that reveals a person’s personal information on the internet) and hate speech targeted at marginalized employees within Google’s internal communications. Management, however, silently tolerated it. In fact, in case the employees attempted to internally raise concerns about harassment (via the official channels), they were either ignored or punished for doing so. Another common issue was an increasing willingness to compromise on ethics for profit. “Google will need to fundamentally change how it is run in order to win back the trust of workers and prevent a catastrophic loss of long-tenured employees, especially those from vulnerable groups”, writes Jones. Other than that, Jones is contributing $100,000 payout from Google to support Google workers (esp.contractors and H-1B workers) who may face retaliation for their future organizing. Other workers have also pledged a further $150,000. Other groups such as Coworker.org and the Tech Workers Coalition, are also helping Jones and other employees learn more about their rights. She also mentioned that although she’s no longer a part of Google, she will remain ‘fiercely loyal’ to its employees who have committed themselves to develop ethical products and who continue to advocate for equal and fair treatment of their fellow colleagues. “The labor movement at Google is larger and stronger than ever, and it will continue to advance human rights..regardless of whether management supports them”, writes Jones. For complete information, check out the official Liz Fong Jones Medium post. Read Next Apple and Google slammed by Human Rights groups for hosting Absher, a Saudi app that tracks women Youtube promises to reduce recommendations of ‘conspiracy theory’. Ex-googler explains why this is a ‘historic victory’ Google DeepMind’s AI AlphaStar beats StarCraft II pros TLO and MaNa; wins 10-1 against the gamerslast_img read more