Google and Apple are still offering an app on their platforms and in their stores that allows Saudi Arabian men to track and monitor women, despite previous backlash and investigations into violations of human rights and privacy. Absher, which translates to “yes sir,” is an app that lets Saudi Arabian men track and limit where […]
Major Companies and Brands Pull YouTube Ads After Child Exploitation Claims
Several brands and companies, such as Nestle and Disney, have pulled their advertisements from YouTube amid claims of the platform being used as a “soft-core pedophilia ring,” where pedophiles traded information and exploited videos featuring young girls. The videos seem appropriate, featuring girls doing gymnastics or playing with toys, but users have made suggestive comments […]
Google Employees Around the World Protest Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
On Thursday, Google employees around the globe walked out of their offices to protest the manner in which the company has dealt with sexism, racism, and sexual assault allegations. The walkouts began in Asia and were quickly followed by other offices around the world, including San Francisco and New York. Each protest was staged for […]
Federal Judge Upholds California Law Requiring CPCs to Post Information on Abortion
A federal judge in California ruled on Monday to uphold a new law requiring crisis pregnancy centers to disclose that they are not licensed medical providers and to post notices providing information about California’s public programs offering access to family planning, prenatal and abortion services.