After eight years Mignon Clyburn, the only African-American on the FCC board of commissioners is stepping down. Clyburn, the daughter of James Clyburn, member of the U.S. House of Representatives for South Carolina’s 6th Congressional District was appointed by President Barack Obama. Recently Clyburn fought valiantly against the repeal of net neutrality put in place during […]Read More
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Black women are clearly leading the charge to bring diversity to corporate boardrooms. In the past weeks black women have taken positions of leadership at some of America’s biggest and best known tech corporations. Netflix announced that, Susan Rice, former national security advisor and ambassador to the U.N. has joined it’s board of directors. Rice continues […]Read More
Lyft, the chief rival to Uber in the ride sharing market, has named Nilka Thomas as its new Vice President of Talent and Inclusion. Thomas will oversee recruiting, inclusion, diversity and employee relations. Thomas is a native of Anchorage, Alaska and attended the University of Oregon where she was an All-American in track and field. […]Read More
The world’s greatest social media network! The greatest collector of personal information in history of mankind! The greatest surveillance machine ever created! All this can be said of Facebook. But when you screw up it quickly becomes equally great. Facebook knew its security was weak. Facebook’s Chief Information Security Officer, Alex Stamos argued that the […]Read More
On April 23rd of 2018 net neutrality will die. The FCC ruling will take affect and the Internet as we know it will change dramatically. There is a lot that could happen between now and then so the war against the ruling rages on. Lies were told. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is investigating […]Read More