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Aug 17, 2017

08/17/2017: What tech companies should do about white supremacist groups

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Two of the world's biggest tech companies, Alibaba and Tencent, are from China. With both having either recently released their quarterly earnings or preparing to, we'll take a look at how they're trying to expand their growth. Afterwards, we'll chat with Rashad Robinson, executive director at Color of Change, about the action that tech groups should take when their users include white supremacist groups.

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Should companies turn away white supremacist users?

Aug 17, 2017
Racial justice leaders say PayPal has been helping fund racist groups for years.
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Two of the world’s biggest tech companies, Alibaba and Tencent, are from China. With both having either recently released their quarterly earnings or preparing to, we’ll take a look at how they’re trying to expand their growth. Afterwards, we’ll chat with Rashad Robinson, executive director at Color of Change, about the action that tech groups should take when their users include white supremacist groups.

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