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Recode Daily: Law enforcement agencies are increasingly tapping into Google’s massive location history database

Recode Daily: Law enforcement agencies are increasingly tapping into Google’s massive location history database


On Monday April 15, 2019, Shirin Ghaffary at Recode wrote:
Plus: Amazon is in talks to launch an ad-free music service, Reed Hastings is leaving Facebook’s board, and Microsoft reveals some Outlook accounts were compromised

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  • "Plus: Instagram’s big opportunity in shopping, Uber expands its freight service to Europe, and Australian telecom companies ban 4chan and other sites for hosting Christchurch shooting videos". (March 21, 2019)
  • "Tech workers have helped minimize the controversial employment practice within their industry, and now they’re pushing to stop it at a national level". (February 28, 2019)
  • "It’s a big win for employee activists who have long demanded the change — but the new policies won’t apply to Google’s temps, vendors, and contractors". (February 21, 2019)
  • "The group wants tech companies to stop restricting workers’ right to take companies to court over employer-related issues". (January 15, 2019)
  • "The search giant’s top executive was grilled on the topic by members of Congress before the House Judiciary Committee today". (December 12, 2018)
  • "Employees are asking management to end the project, citing human rights concerns". (November 27, 2018)