It’s Time for Tech Workers to Get Political

How Khashoggi’s murder can spark action and lead to big change

February 1, 2016 — Uber drivers protest the company’s recent fare cuts and go on strike in front of the car service’s New York City offices. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

It’s unlikely that the CEOs and executives of these big tech firms will do much more than chatter without a bigger incentive.

Take the Power Back—From Organizing to an Organization

Technology firms and technology workers are making decisions and designing software to exploit contractors.

The workers of the technology world need to use their power before capital can devalue them.

A curious human on a quest to watch the world learn. I teach computer programming and write about software’s overlap with society and politics.

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