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theintercept.com Media Apr 24, 2021, Saturday
Research Says Facebook’s Ad Algorithm Perpetuates Gender Bias
NEW RESEARCH FROM a team at the University of Southern California provides further evidence that Facebook’s advertising system is discriminatory, showing that the algorithm used to target ads reproduced real-world gender disparities when showing job listings, even among equally qualified candidates.
theintercept.com Politics Jan 14, 2021, Thursday
How the Mercers Funded Election Unrest
The billionaire Republican megadonors have funded numerous organizations now peddling baseless claims about the election.
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theintercept.com Politics Jan 07, 2021, Thursday
Capitol Storming Was Openly Planned but Ignored by Law Enforcement
Despite billions spent on intelligence and surveillance, U.S. law enforcement permitted an armed Trumpist mob to sack the Capitol.
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theintercept.com Health Jan 02, 2021, Saturday
World Faces Covid-19 “Vaccine Apartheid”
Even countries that hosted vaccine trials — like Argentina, South Africa, Brazil, and Turkey — will not receive adequate supplies.
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theintercept.com Politics Dec 09, 2020, Wednesday
Biden Defense Secretary Nominee Lloyd Austin Comes Under Fire for Industry Connections
retired four-star Gen. Lloyd Austin III, once the top commander of U.S. forces in the Middle East and now a member of the board of directors at Raytheon.
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theintercept.com Politics Nov 12, 2020, Thursday
Georgia Senator Dismisses Climate Change While Enjoying Protected Beachfront Mansion
Facing runoff, Sen. David Perdue says climate change is a hoax, but his beach community is sure worried about rising sea levels.
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theintercept.com Politics Nov 11, 2020, Wednesday
Biden EPA Transition Team Member Helped DuPont Dodge Regulations
Michael McCabe, a former EPA official and aide to Joe Biden, led DuPont’s defense of the toxic PFAS chemical PFOA.
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theintercept.com Law Oct 24, 2020, Saturday
The Dark Money-Funded Women’s Group Backing Amy Coney Barrett
The Independent Women’s Forum and its sister group have received millions from dark-money groups advancing conservative control of the courts.
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theintercept.com News Oct 05, 2020, Monday
Trump Appointee To VOA Reporters: Criticizing Trump Is A Conflict Of Interest
The policy sparked immediate concern that such a broad definition of “conflict of interest” could be used to target Voice of America journalists.
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theintercept.com News Oct 03, 2020, Saturday
Sen. Steve Daines Deceives Montana on Climate Record
As the climate crisis transforms Montana, the incumbent Republican senator is greenwashing his record.
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theintercept.com News Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Portland’s Progressive Prosecutor Takes On The Cops
Portland’s new district attorney said he wouldn’t prosecute most protesters. Police kept arresting them anyway.
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theintercept.com News Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Firefighters’ Union, A Key Biden Ally, Confronts Barr Investigation And Trump’s Pardon Power
IAFF’s president and his second-in-command are caught in a high-stakes brawl ahead of union elections and the race for the White House.
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theintercept.com News Sep 18, 2020, Friday
Oregon Police Inundated By False Reports Of Antifa Arson
False claims that antifascists are starting forest fires have been spread by supporters of President Donald Trump.
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theintercept.com Politics Sep 15, 2020, Tuesday
A Slate Of Insurgents Is Taking On The “Delaware Way”
Delaware has evaded the national spotlight, but local progressives are vying to unseat Sen. Chris Coons and others down the ballot.
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theintercept.com News Sep 14, 2020, Monday
Nurse At ICE Detention Center Turns Covid-19 Whistleblower
Irwin Detention Center, run by LaSalle Corrections, has refused to test detainees and underreported Covid-19 cases, the nurse says.
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theintercept.com Politics Aug 10, 2020, Monday
BlueLeaks Reveals What TikTok Shares with U.S. Authorities
A glimpse at what the social media platform does in the U.S. underscores that data privacy issues extend beyond China.
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theintercept.com News Jul 29, 2020, Wednesday
New Facebook Tool Allows Employers To Suppress “Unionize” In Workplace Chat
Facebook Workplace is used by employers as large as Walmart. The new tool would allow “content control” to prevent certain topics from trending internally.
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theintercept.com News Jul 25, 2020, Saturday
Before Portland, Trump's Shock Troops Targeted Border Activists
The purported threat of antifa was long used to justify militarized targeting of immigration activists. Now it’s being used against protesters in Portland.
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theintercept.com News Jul 23, 2020, Thursday
The Air Force Spy Plane Over Portland
An Air Force surveillance plane designed to carry state-of-the-art sensors typically reserved for war zones has been circling above Portland.
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theintercept.com News Jul 15, 2020, Wednesday
Police Knew Far-Right Extremists Were The Real Threat At George Floyd Protests, Not “Antifa”
An analysis of leaked law enforcement documents reveals an obsession with “antifa” despite evidence of threats of violence to police and protesters.
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