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Facebook Accused by Trump Administration of H-1B Visa Abuse
(Bloomberg) -- The Trump administration claims Facebook Inc. is discriminating against U.S. workers by reserving thousands of positions for foreigners with temporary H-1B visas.The company “refused to recruit, consider, or hire qualified and available U.S. workers for over 2,600 positions” and instead offered the jobs -- with an average salary of $156,000 -- to non-citizens that it sponsored for permanent work authorizations with green cards, according a statement issued Thursday by the civil rights division of the Justice Department.The complaint comes after judges have blocked efforts by President Donald Trump to halt access to several employment-based visas, part of Trump’s broader agenda to prioritize filling positions at U.S. companies with Americans. The administration is also moving to curtail legal protections for internet platforms amid complaints by the president and other Republicans that Facebook, Twitter and Google engage in censorship targeting conservative viewpoints.Facebook said it has been cooperating with the Justice Department.“While we dispute the allegations in the complaint, we cannot comment further on pending litigation,” the company said in a statement.Instead of filing the case in federal court, the Justice Department lodged the complaint with its own Executive Office of Immigration Review, where it will be reviewed by an administrative law judge. The director of the office is appointed by the U.S. attorney general.The case is part of a 2017 initiative by the department targeting companies that discriminate against U.S. workers, according to the department’s statement.“Facebook engaged in intentional and widespread violations of the law, by setting aside positions for temporary visa holders instead of considering interested and qualified U.S. workers,” Assistant Attorney General Eric S. Dreiband said in the statement.The Justice Department seeks an order compelling Facebook to change its practices as well as civil penalties plus back pay, including interest, for workers who were discriminated against, according to the complaint.(Updates with Facebook statement in fourth paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg · 2h ago
Marcus Rashford Shamed U.K. Government Into Free School Meals: Bloomberg 50 2020
Bloomberg · 2h ago
Twitter finally shuts down its abandoned prototype app twttr
TechCrunch · 3h ago
Okta embracing remote work due to 'war for talent,' but HQ will stay in California, CEO says
"We're being very flexible about where we build out our workforce," Okta CEO Todd McKinnon told CNBC. · 4h ago
Googles Co-Head of Ethical AI Says She Was Fired for Email
(Bloomberg) -- Timnit Gebru, a co-leader of the Ethical Artificial Intelligence team at Google, said she was fired for sending an email that management deemed “inconsistent with the expectations of a Google manager.”The contents of the email she sent to colleagues at Google Brain Women and Allies, an email group for company researchers, that she said led to her firing, are unknown. Gebru said late Wednesday in a series of Twitter posts that she couldn’t share the original email that she believed got her fired because she was locked out of her corporate account. She suggested the dispute arose from a disagreement over a research paper but didn’t disclose details.Gebru, an alumni of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, is one of the leading voices in the ethical use of artificial intelligence. She is well-known for her work on a landmark study in 2018 that showed how facial recognition software misidentified dark-skinned women as much as 35% of the time, whereas the technology worked with near precision on white men.She has also been an outspoken critic of the lack of diversity and unequal treatment of Black workers at tech companies, particularly at Alphabet Inc.’s Google, and said she believed her dismissal was meant to send a message to the rest of Google’s employees not to speak up.Representatives for Mountain View, California-based Google didn’t immediately reply to requests for comment Wednesday night. Representatives for the company in Paris and Brussels said they didn’t have an immediate comment Thursday morning.Under FireIn the tweets, Gebru suggested that she had made specific demands to Google and said she would resign if the company couldn’t meet them. Google said it could not agree to all of her terms and that her termination was effective immediately, according to her tweets.Gebru didn’t immediately respond to requests for more information Wednesday night.Google, along with other U.S. tech giants including Inc. and Facebook Inc. have been under fire from the government for claims of bias and discrimination and have been questioned about their practices at several committee hearings in Washington.A year ago, Google fired four employees for what it said were violations of its data-security policies in what was already an escalating tension between management and activist workers at a company once revered for its open corporate culture. Gebru took to Twitter at the time to support those who lost their jobs.For the web search giant, Gebru’s alleged termination comes as the company faces a complaint from the National Labor Relations Board, NLRB, for unlawful surveillance, interrogation or suspension of workers.Earlier this week Gebru inquired on Twitter whether anyone was working on regulation to protect ethical AI researchers, similar to whistle-blower protections. “With the amount of censorship and intimidation that goes on towards people in specific groups, how does anyone trust any real research in this area can take place?” she wrote on Twitter.Rare VoiceGebru was a rare voice of public criticism from inside the company. In August, Gebru told Bloomberg News that Black Google employees who speak out are criticized even as the company holds them up as examples of its commitment to diversity. She recounted how co-workers and managers tried to police her tone, make excuses for harassing or racist behavior, or ignore her concerns.When Google was considering having Gebru manage another employee, she said in an August interview, her outspokenness on diversity issues was held against her, and concerns were raised about whether she could manage others if she was so unhappy. “People don’t know the extent of the issues that exist because you can’t talk about them, and the moment you do, you’re the problem,” she said at the time.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg · 7h ago
Twitter expands hate speech rules to include race, ethnicity
Twitter Inc on Wednesday expanded its policy barring hateful speech to include "language that dehumanizes people on the basis of race, ethnicity and national origin," it said in a statement. Civil rights group Color of Change, part of a coalition of advocacy organizations that have been pushing tech companies to reduce hate speech online, called the changes "essential concessions" following years of outside pressure. A Twitter spokeswoman said the company had planned from the start to add new categories to the policy over time after testing to ensure it can consistently enforce updated rules.
Reuters · 22h ago
Twitter now supports hardware security keys for iPhones and Android
Twitter said Wednesday that accounts protected with a hardware security key can now log in from their iPhone or Android device. The social media giant rolled out support for hardware security keys in 2018, allowing users to add a physical security barrier to their accounts in place of other two-factor authentication options, like a text message or a code generated from an app. Security keys are small enough to fit on a keyring but make certain kinds of account hacks near impossible by requiring a user to plug in the key when they log in.
TechCrunch · 1d ago
Barack Obama has a problem with defund the police
Former President Barack Obama explained to Snapchat in an interview aired on Wednesday that he believes the 'defund the police' slogan is an ineffective...
MarketWatch · 1d ago
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Twitter, Inc. offers products and services for users, advertisers, developers and data partners. The Company's products and services include Twitter, Periscope, Promoted Tweets, Promoted Accounts and Promoted Trends. Its Twitter is a platform for public self-expression and conversation in real time. Periscope broadcasts can also be viewed through Twitter and on desktop or mobile Web browser. Its Promoted Products enable its advertisers to promote their brands, products and services, amplify their visibility and reach, and extend the conversation around their advertising campaigns. Promoted Accounts appear in the same format and place as accounts suggested by its Who to Follow recommendation engine, or in some cases, in Tweets in a user's timeline. Promoted Trends appear at the top of the list of trending topics for an entire day in a particular country or on a global basis. Its MoPub is a mobile-focused advertising exchange. Twitter Audience Platform is an advertising offering.
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