Wednesday, June 17, 2020

From Jenna Orkin

At least 20 Indian soldiers killed in violent face-off with China

Zoom admits cutting off activists' accounts in obedience to China

Google bans website ZeroHedge from its ad platform over comments on protest articles

Tulsa police slammed after video shows handcuffing of 2 black teens for jaywalking

Leaked memo reveals JetBlue will layoff staff on October 1, with employees who voluntarily quit getting up to 9 years free travel

Take this dystopian job interview with an AI hiring manager to experience what life could be like if machines fully take over the workplace

"How do you feel about your relationship with your mother?" the AI interviewer asks, analyzing your voice to determine your "state of mind" index.

What it's like inside North Korea's controversial restaurant chain

Over 100 Pyongyang restaurants are spread throughout Asia, all owned and operated by the North Korean government as a way to generate foreign currency. Female citizens are sent out from North Korea to work as servers at the restaurants, and they're overseen by minders to assure they don't defect.

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