US consumer watchdog probes Big Tech `s use of payment data

US consumer watchdog probes Big Tech's use of payment data

The US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has ordered Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google to hand over information on their payment system plans so that it can see how they gather and use customer data.

Day 2 – TOPIC #8: Stakeholder Perspectives

TOPIC #8: Stakeholder Perspectives

Panel moderator: Nina M. Antoniotti, Marshfield Clinic

National Rural Health Association, Alan Morgan

American Telemedicine Association, Stewart Ferguson

American Public Health Association, Georges Benjamin

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Ant, Alibaba Show How China Reins in Big Tech Faster Than Other Countries | WSJ

In less than six months, Chinese entrepreneur Jack Ma’s Ant IPO, which could have been the world’s largest, was scuttled and his companies brought in line by regulators. The U.S. is also taking aim at big tech, but here’s how China moves faster. Photo illustration: Sharon Shi

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Is Big Tech Still Struggling With Diversity?

Millions of dollars have been spent, and years have been devoted to diversifying tech workforces and being more inclusive, yet women still only make up an average of 32% of 10 major US tech companies, Latinx employees make up an average of 8%, Black employees make up an average of 7% and Indigenous employees make up an average of 0.5%. These percentages are not representative of the greater US population, according to the Census Bureau. Why are tech companies still struggling to diversify their workforces and why is it important that they do so?

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Are Apple, Google And Others Still Struggling With Diversity?