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Reddit Is Letting Power Users In on Its IPO. Not Everyone’s Buying (www.wired.com)

Reddit Is Letting Power Users In on Its IPO. Not Everyone’s Buying::Reddit says it wants to reward users by letting them buy into the company’s public listing. Some say it’s too risky—others say they won’t pay a company they’ve already given hours of free labor to.

Avast ordered to stop selling browsing data from its browsing privacy apps. Identifiable data included job searches, map directions, "cosplay erotica." (arstechnica.com)

Avast ordered to stop selling browsing data from its browsing privacy apps. Identifiable data included job searches, map directions, "cosplay erotica."::Identifiable data included job searches, map directions, "cosplay erotica."

Google says its AI image-generator would sometimes 'overcompensate' for diversity (apnews.com)

Google says its AI image-generator would sometimes 'overcompensate' for diversity::Google apologized Friday for its faulty rollout of a new artificial intelligence image-generator, acknowledging that in some cases the tool would “overcompensate” in seeking a diverse range of people even when such a range didn’t make sense.

Amazon made airport workers toil in 100-degree heat without shade, water — The trillion-dollar online retailer plans to appeal workplace safety citations and $14,625 in fines (jalopnik.com)

Amazon made airport workers toil in 100-degree heat without shade, water — The trillion-dollar online retailer plans to appeal workplace safety citations and $14,625 in fines::The trillion-dollar online retailer plans to appeal Cal/OSHA citations and $14,625 in fines.

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