Google has settled a legal fight with a U.S. labor watchdog agency and a group of current and former employees who protested its business decisions, including working with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency during the Trump Administration. The company fired four of the workers in 2019. The National Labor Relations Board, a federal agency that can investigate and sue companies over...
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Consider this: In The Climb, a popular virtual reality game, any user can virtually scale skyscrapers and majestic cliffs simply by turning their head and gripping a trigger—any user, that is, except one with a muscular, skeletal or neurological disorder that makes even those movements impossible. Or consider this: In January 2020, MIT Media Lab researcher Arwa Michelle Mboya traveled to...
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