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Is America ready for the future of technology?

A 2016 study conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) found that nine percent of jobs internationally are at high risk of being automated. An earlier study done in 2013 by Oxford economists Carl Frey and Michael Osborne estimated that 47 percent of today’s U.S. jobs are ...

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Google Docs Glitch That Locked Out Users Underscores Privacy Concerns

Posted By: Sarah Xiruo Xu, Nov. 6, 2017 Are you using Google Docs to store and share your important files with your friends or colleagues? Be careful, you may be blocked from accessing to your files! Last week, a false red flag in Google Docs locked users out of their ...

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Food Transparency

 Food Transparency  Posted on October 25, 2017 by Vincent Maddiona The CEO of FoodChain ID, David Carter, understands the popular trend of costumer satisfaction towards the transparency of the food that we consume. He explains some of the reasons for this trend worldwide.  The globalization of the food supply is ...

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Zappos CSR in wake of Las Vegas Massacre

I used the article from Business Insider published October 13th. http://www.businessinsider.com/zappos-to-pay-funeral-costs-for-las-vegas-shooting-victims-2017-10 On October 1, 2017 a gunman opened fire on a crowd while shooting hundreds of rounds out of the Mandalay Bay Hotel nearby. People of all ages were out having a fun night at a country concert when shots ...

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Secrecy between Uber and Apple

According to the Business Insider, Uber, one of the most lucrative and prospering companies in the United States, was recently given access to powerful Apple features. These features include the ability to potentially records users screen and access other personal information without their knowledge. Uber also did not specify that ...

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Evironmental Protection Agency Fails to Protect The Environment

Scott Pruitt, the chief of the EPA or Environmental Protection Agency met often with corporate executives and then made decisions which were beneficial to these executives. These executives were from the mining, automobile, and fossil fuel industries. In comparison, Pruitt only met with two environmental groups and public health group ...

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Should Equifax Have Been More Transparent?

  In May Equifax was hit with a massive data breach that compromised the personal information of 143 million people, and apparently this is not the first time that this has happened. We are now starting to learn per the Wall Street Journal that back in March the company had ...

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