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Silicon Valley news and analysis from The Nation
July 13, 2018
Can New York Rein in Uber?
The ride-sharing app has disrupted the entire industry—and left drivers in the lurch.
July 6, 2018
In ‘Sorry to Bother You,’ Boots Riley Shreds the Script
Nothing in Boots Riley’s directorial debut happens the way it’s supposed to.
June 27, 2018
How Tech Workers Are Fighting Back Against Collusion With ICE and the Department of Defense
Microsoft and Google are just two of the largest companies that have been unmasked as contracting with harmful government agencies. Who will be next?
May 22, 2018
New York’s Taxi System Is Broken—Can This Workers’ Plan Fix It?
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance wants to standardize pay, secure healthcare, and otherwise make cab driving a sustainable career.
January 2, 2018
Was Your Smartphone Built in a Sweatshop?
An investigation of two Samsung factories in Vietnam shows the darker side of the global tech supply chain.
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November 8, 2017
Democracy Needs a Reboot for the Age of Artificial Intelligence
A revolution in machine learning will transform society. We can’t let tech companies use it to usurp power.
October 17, 2017
How the Swindlers of Silicon Valley Avoid Paying Taxes
Now they’re pushing an ingenious new dodge that would allow them to pay even less.
August 18, 2017
A Mark Zuckerberg Presidency Isn’t Ridiculous—It’s Terrifying
The Facebook CEO destroyed privacy as we know it. Imagine what he’d do in the White House.
July 31, 2017
500 Workers Staffing Facebook’s Cafeteria Just Voted to Unionize
Their victory builds on a movement to uplift rank-and-file workers on the margins of the tech boom.
May 17, 2017
Meet the Activists Organizing the Tech Sector Against Trump
An interview with
Maria Noel Fernandez from Silicon Valley Rising.