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Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent an email to LGBTQ employees saying YouTube was taking a “hard look” at its harassment policies. The email comes a week after YouTube’s controversial decision not to remove videos of conservative commentator Steven Crowder that contained homophobic slurs aimed at Vox journalist, Carlos Maza.
Facebook internal emails appear to show that Mark Zuckerberg was aware of problematic privacy practices. Facebook emails shared with government regulators show CEO Zuckerberg debating how to address certain privacy issues, according to a Wall Street Journal report citing anonymous sources.
Google revealed the design of its next smartphone months ahead of schedule, after it started to leak all over the internet. The tease appears to be focusing on the Pixel 4’s camera, which looks nearly identical to the rumored rear camera on the new iPhone that Apple is expected to announce in September.
A photo of Silicon Valley executives visiting an Italian designer is getting slammed for digitally adding in the female executives. The Italian fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli recently hosted a number of tech executives at his home in Solomeo, Italy, and a photo from …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Technology