Surveillance Capitalism

  • Garshfield: « Stakeholder Capitalism » is Not Capitalism

    January 18, 2021

    Jason Garshfield writing for TownHall, explains the differences between Capitalism and the increasingly popular term, « Stakeholder Capitalism».

  • National Association of Realtors Bans Hate Speech at Work and Home

    January 13, 2021

    The National Association of Realtors has revised its professional ethics code for it’s 1.4 million members, banning “hate speech and harassing speech” 24 hours a day, seven days a week,  at work, or at home, covering all communication, private and professional, written and spoken, online and off.

  • Vatican and Business Leaders Form New Alliance

    January 13, 2021

    The world's largest investment and business leaders and the Vatican have launched a new partnership called, The Council for Inclusive Capitalism with the Vatican ("the Council") with the goal of reforming capitalism. 

  • The Hill: U.S. DHS Warns of Chinese Government Data Theft

    January 09, 2021

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security released an advisory to American businesses that highlights the persistent risk of Chinese government-sponsored data theft due to newly enacted Chinese laws, specifically, the National Intelligence Law of 2017, Data Security Law of 2020, and Cryptology Law of 2020.

  • Facebook Bans all Political Ad’s after GA Senate Race

    January 08, 2021

    After Facebook temporarily allowed political advertisements on its platform for Georgia residents during the senatorial run-off elections, the social media giant has reinstated its nationwide ban, encouraging users to post "organically" and run ads that are not related to politics, social issues or elections.

  • Morningstar.ca Debate: Stakeholder vs. Shareholder Capitalism

    January 05, 2021

    Independent research analysts with Morningstar debate Stakeholder vs. Shareholder Capitalism arguing for or against based on a 1970 New York Times article written by Milton Friedman.

  • NYSE Refuses to De-List China TelCo's

    January 05, 2021

    The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) said it will no longer delist China’s three biggest state-owned telecommunications companies just four days after the Exchange said they would comply with the U.S. executive order barring investments in businesses owned or controlled by the Chinese military.

  • Rabb: Dangers of Surveillance Capitalism

    December 30, 2020

    Nick Rabb explains on medium.com the history of « surveillance capitalism » and its potentially harmful effect on society and everyday life.

  • U.S. DOJ Sues Walmart for Alleged role in Opioid Crisis

    December 28, 2020

    The US Department of Justice is suing Walmart for fueling America's opioid crisis, accusing that the world's largest retailer violated vetting rules for their pharmacies, including pressuring staff to fill prescriptions as fast as possible and accepting invalid prescriptions.

  • Bipartisan Coalition of State AG's File a Third Antitrust Lawsuit against Google

    December 21, 2020

    A bipartisan coalition of state attorneys general's has filed its third government antitrust lawsuit against Google in less than two months, claiming that the company illegally maintained a monopoly in general search and search advertising through anticompetitive conduct and contracts. 

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