David Ingram
David Ingram
Reporter for NBCNews. Writing about tech, the pandemic, etc. Ex- Reuters. Runner. Cyclist. DMs are open, or send tips via Signal: +1 202 604 4085. He/him.Source
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Gilroy Garlic Festival gunman referred to 'Might is Right' manifesto before shooting

Gilroy Garlic Festival gunman referred to 'Might is Right' manifesto before shooting

GILROY, Calif. — The gunman who killed three people and wounded a dozen more at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Northern California was an angry 19-year-old who had recently waded into the world of white supremacy. Santino William Legan, who was shot dead by police Sunday before he could do more damage, posted online about an 1890 racist manifesto, “Might is Right or The Survival of the Fittest,” NBC News confirmed. “Read Might is Right by Ragnar Redbeard,” Legan posted on his Instagram page. He then used a slurs against mixed-race people and misogynistic descriptions of white Silicon...

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YouTube suspends Giuliani from partner program, cutting access to ad revenue

YouTube suspends Giuliani from partner program, cutting access to ad revenue

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.Jan. 26, 2021, 8:47 PM UTCBy David IngramYouTube said Tuesday that it had suspended Rudy Giuliani, former President Donald Trump's attorney, from a program that allows partners to make money from ads on their videos after Giuliani broke YouTube's rules by repeatedly sharing election misinformation.The suspension, which will last at least 30 days, has been in effect since last week, YouTube said in an email.YouTube's allows video creators to share ad revenue and receive support from a company team, but...

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California's Bay Area may require telecommuting, even after pandemic wanes

California's Bay Area may require telecommuting, even after pandemic wanes

Sept. 24, 2020, 12:07 AM UTCUpdated Sept. 24, 2020, 10:08 AM UTCBy David IngramSAN FRANCISCO — Many office workers are doing their jobs from home because of the , and the trend has given some authorities in California an idea: Make it mandatory.The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, a regional government agency in the San Francisco Bay Area, voted Wednesday to move forward with a proposal to require people at large, office-based companies to work from home three days a week as a way to slash greenhouse gas emissions from car commutes.It’s a radical suggestion that likely would have...

September 24, 2020
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Facebook names 20 people to its 'Supreme Court' for content moderation

Facebook names 20 people to its 'Supreme Court' for content moderation

The list includes nine law professors, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate from Yemen and journalists but no disinformation experts. Facebook on Wednesday appointed 20 people from around the world to serve on what will effectively be the social media network’s “Supreme Court” for speech, issuing rulings on what kind of posts will be allowed and what should be taken down. The list includes nine law professors, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate from Yemen, journalists, free speech advocates and a writer from the libertarian Cato Institute. Absent, however, was any prominent expert in studying...

May 6, 2020
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