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Graph from the Department of Commerce report showing how many Americans have competition for broadband services at high speeds. Spoiler: not nearly enough.
You know broadband competition in most parts of the country is terrible. We know broadband competition in most parts of the country is terrible. The FCC knows broadband competition in most parts of the country is terrible.
(eBay)While there will be no backsides warming theater seats at screenings of The Interview in the United States (at least, not on the movie’s planned Dec. 25 release date), there is still money to be made on the bro-com starring Seth Rogen and James Franco sent on a mission to kill the leader of North Korea.
Following several accusations of Uber drivers behaving horrendously and a lawsuit regarding the company’s vetting processes for potential vehicle operators, the ride-sharing company is reportedly trying to make it up to future customers by revamping their focus on safety – although the company failed to provide many specifics.
The Associated Press reports that Uber announced it would work to build new safety programs and intensify others in the coming year.
In a blog post titled “Our Commitment to Safety,” Uber officials say the company is in the process of a global review to assess the areas where greater safety investment is required.
While recently hired head of global security for the company, Phillip Cardenas, didn’t go into great detail about the upcoming changes in the post, he did provide a few snippets of information.
Among upcoming initiatives, Uber will create teams that can rapidly respond to safety-related reports and new ways to screen would-be drivers, the AP reports.
As far as potential screening options for the future, the company says that the varying infrastructure and complexity of background checks outside the U.
It's that time again: Steam's taken the wrap off of its annual winter sale, meaning tons of discounts on great games starting now through January 2nd. Unlike the "Exploration Sale" last month , this one's the real deal, complete with flash sales, community choice discounts, and more. Read more
Your job probably gives you leave to grieve after a tragedy, like a divorce or death of a loved one, but you might return to work still feeling emotional. Be upfront with your boss and coworkers about whether you can handle talking about your situation. Read more
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