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Uber fizzles in Wall Street debut, opens below $45 IPO price
submitted 10 days ago by magnora7 from reuters.com
Musk faces trial over 'pedo' tweet
submitted 9 days ago by Mnemonic from bbc.co.uk
Tech Giants Selling Your LOCATION, Is This Legal?! ~ Subverse
submitted 10 days ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Whistleblowing Engineers/Social Security ~ Ralph Nader Radio Hour
submitted 17 days ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Facebook accidentally put hidden messages such as "Big Brother is Watching" in tens of thousands of VR controllers...
submitted 1 month ago by Robin from businessinsider.com.au
Kaleido - a Borderless Blockchain Business Cloud platform for building global, cross-cloud networks.
submitted 1 month ago by JasonCarswell from kaleido.io
PINE64 - the world’s first affordable 64-bit single board computer (SBC)– smart, powerful, green, and affordable. PINE64 = 2 constant variables, Pi + Euler’s Number e, + 64-Bit computing power. For Linux, BSD, Android and other open source OS builds.
submitted 1 month ago by JasonCarswell from pine64.org
Andrew Yang - Breaking Up Google & Amazon Is Possible! - by The Jimmy Dore Show (2019-03-30)
submitted 1 month ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
"Ben Swann ON: Apple Moving Away from iPhones Into Streaming" by Ben Swann (2019-03-27)
Open Source Reddit Alternatives - AlternativeTo.net
submitted 1 month ago by JasonCarswell from alternativeto.net
Facebook's Chief Product Officer Chris Cox quit this Friday in surprised unannounced move, same day as NZ shooting, day after FB has partial downtime for many hours. FB shares swing down 5% in half a day as result
submitted 2 months ago by magnora7 from reuters.com
Cleeng - a company based in the Netherlands that does nothing but payment processing. Ryan Dawson has gone through hell being censored. He finally set up a paywall through Cleeng after trying Muvi and Wistia and other stuff.
submitted 2 months ago by JasonCarswell from cleeng.com
"Ralph Nader’s Grandniece Died in Ethiopian Plane Crash; Now He Is Urging Boycott of Boeing Jet" by Democracy Now! (2019-03-13)
submitted 2 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
UnionBase - the world's first social network for workers, unions, and the labor movement with 30,000 Union Profiles, an expertly crafted user experience for union and non-union workers and a cutting edge Verification System.
submitted 2 months ago by JasonCarswell from unionbase.org
"Overcoming Censorship: The Rise of Alt-Tech" by Computing Forever (2019-01-16) - Discussing the rise of alternative social networks and new technologies to overcome censorship with Minds.com CEO, Bill Ottman.
"Indiegogo Deplatforms BitChute" by BitChute (2019-02-03)
submitted 2 months ago by JasonCarswell from bitchute.info
‘Colony of Hell’: 911 Calls From Inside Amazon Warehouses
submitted 2 months ago by Mnemonic from thedailybeast.com
Google Duo - a new video call app for smartphones, tablets, computers, etc - How evil is it?
submitted 2 months ago by JasonCarswell from duo.google.com
Elon Musk’s Security Clearance Under Review Over Pot Use
submitted 2 months ago by Mnemonic from bloomberg.com
Purism is a computer technology company based in South San Francisco, California, and registered as a social purpose corporation in the state of Washington. Purism manufactures the Librem personal computing devices with a focus on software freedom, computer security, and Internet privacy.
submitted 2 months ago by JasonCarswell from en.wikipedia.org
"European countries lean toward Huawei, defying US" by RT America with Ben Swann (2019-02-19)
Everipedia, "also known as “Thug Wikipedia” to the insiders", a decentralized alternative, seems completely independent of WikiMedia.
submitted 3 months ago by JasonCarswell from infogalactic.com
"Intel's GPU is not what you think" by Coreteks (2018-10-07)
submitted 3 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
New Site Exposes How Apple Censors Apps in China
submitted 3 months ago by Mnemonic from theintercept.com
Think Different [Apple—now worth a trillion dollars—redistributes more wealth upward than any country or corporation on the planet.]
submitted 3 months ago by Mnemonic from bostonreview.net