RT @SubKid@twitter.com

"This report outlines the current political economy of platforms and data in the US and UK (...). It then presents five foundational principles that we believe should guide a transformative agenda related to platforms and data." common-wealth.co.uk/reports/co

RT @TechWorkersBER@twitter.com

We have a lot of work to do and an ambitious agenda for the year 2021:

🎓 We're launching bi-weekly Works Council trainings

🦈🏘 Form @dwenteignen@twitter.com tech support committee to reclaim the commons

📦 Continue @BerlinVsAmazon@twitter.com and fight Bezos

🎉 Launch new chapter in Leipzig


“A lot of what is being done in the Brain Computer Interface field is inscrutable, not in the spirt of open science that we’d hope this type of research is conducted. I’m concerned that the space for publicly accountable neurotech research is shrinking.” thebulletin.org/2020/09/the-br

RT @SubKid@twitter.com

"We live in a world that faces a lot of social and economic challenges, but reducing them to Facebook and Google, or data and algorithms, is missing the big picture." - @parismarx@twitter.com jacobinmag.com/2020/09/social-


RT @SubKid@twitter.com

Eine Schlüsselforderung des Policy Papers "Technologische Souveränität" könnte Realität werden ... twitter.com/FantaAlexx/status/

RT @evgenymorozov@twitter.com

Sometimes, I think that the entire project of EU tech policy boils down to presenting long overdue and now mostly irrelevant policies that should have been acted upon 10 years ago as being on the cutting edge and ahead of their time.

RT @peter_schadt@twitter.com

Heute ist mein Artikel zur bzw. Zur im @ndaktuell@twitter.com erschienen. Auf einer Doppelseite, zusammen mit einem spannenden Artikel von @StephanKaufman1@twitter.com : neues-deutschland.de/artikel/1

"Jeff Bezos launched Amazon Mechanical Turk in 2005, unveiling a plan to provision “humans as a service” through a crowdsourcing labor platform." dissentmagazine.org/article/di

RT @junelin@twitter.com

is a flagrant abuse of the proposition system. We should not be voting on the contracts and benefits of workers at a private company, full stop. We should all be outraged and offended that Lyft and Uber are trying to pull this.

No on Prop 22! social.techcrunch.com/2020/10/

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