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April Glaser

April Glaser is a reporter on the tech investigations team for NBC News in San Francisco.

April Glaser is a reporter on the tech investigations team for NBC News in San Francisco.

Latest from April Glaser

305d ago

A U.S.-built biometric system sparks concerns for Afghans

<p>A biometric system containing the personal information of millions of Afghans is sparking concern among human rights advocates who worry it could be used by
316d ago

Some Taliban websites go offline amid broader tech crackdown

Five websites operated by the Taliban went offline Friday, as many tech companies move to limit the group’s digital reach following their takeover of Kabul.
316d ago

Taliban violence drives Afghans to wipe social media profiles

As the Taliban maintain control of Kabul, residents across Afghanistan are racing to delete photos from their mobile phones and social media accounts.
317d ago

Facebook unveils tools to help Afghan people fearful of Taliban violence

Facebook said it is rolling out new user controls for people in Afghanistan who are rushing to delete their digital footprints out of fear of the Taliban.
330d ago

Amazon to require warehouse workers to wear masks

Amazon will require all employees at its vast network of warehouses and delivery hubs to begin wearing masks on Monday regardless of vaccination status.
334d ago

Amazon violated labor law in Alabama union election, labor official finds

<p>The National Labor Relations Board has determined that Amazon violated labor law after workers at its Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse tried to join a union,

Amazon now employs almost 1 million people in the U.S. — or 1 in every 169 workers

Amazon has paid a $15 an hour minimum wage for all its employees since 2018, more than double the federal minimum wage.
339d ago

Google and Facebook mandate vaccines for all employees returning to offices

The announcements come as the delta variant has caused coronavirus cases to rise in every state, with some of the highest numbers in states with low vaccination rates.

Some Amazon warehouse workers see spike in Covid cases

Workers in Dallas, Baltimore, St. Louis and Las Vegas have all noticed a rise in cases.
353d ago

Amazon workers petition and two quit over anti-LGBTQ book sales

The company's latest move shows what employees say is a reversal in Amazon’s earlier policies.