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2 December 2016

Australia: 27% of employees aged over 50 face age discrimination in workplace, says report

Author: Fiona Smith, Guardian (UK)

"Employing more older workers could deliver $78bn in economic gains", 30 Nov 2016.....

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9 December 2016

USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers

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12 December 2016

Sweated Labour - Uber and the 'gig-economy'

Author: Frank Field (Member of the British Parliament) & Andrew Forsey (member of Field's team)

Dec 2016...

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12 December 2016

Uber is treating its drivers as sweated labour, says report

Author: Felicity Lawrence, Guardian (UK), 9 Dec 2016

9 Dec 2016...

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12 December 2016

UK: Working conditions at Uber and "gig economy" like Victorian time 'sweated labour', MPs report

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15 December 2016

USA: Lawsuit against Uber over age discrimination & whistleblowing raises claims of use of data to track users

Author: Jason Abbruzzese, Mashable

"Uber's privacy problem is back — and this time Beyonce is involved", 12 Dec 2016...

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20 December 2016
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Author: Le Monde (France)

« Pourquoi les géants du Web se prononcent soudain sur le fichage des musulmans », 19 décembre 2016...

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21 December 2016

US tech firms say they will not help govt. build registry of Muslims, if asked

Author: Nick Statt, Verge (USA)

Apple, Google, and Uber join list of tech companies refusing to build Muslim registry, 16 Dec 2016...

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22 December 2016

USA: Tech companies say they would oppose Trump's proposed Muslim immigrant registry

2678 employees of tech companies took a stance on the proposed Muslim registry, vowed to protect privacy & engage in responsible whistleblowing and Microsoft, Apple, Google, Lyft, Automattic, and Uber have all stated publicly they would not...

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29 December 2016

Commentary: How the world of work & workers' rights changed in the UK in 2016

Author: Sarah Shearman, Guardian (UK)

"How the world of work changed in 2016", 28 Dec 2016...

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