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The Extent of Tech Regulations With an Expert
"I'm here with juniper networks is bob dunne to talk about oversight regulations in the tech industry. Hello bipolar you. Good connor how are you. I'm doing well tell us a little bit about your history working with government and how it regulates the tech industry web connor i. I moved to virginia with my family about eighteen years ago. I know mentor of mine from nortel said. Can you come down here and help me figure out this federal thing as he put it and i fell in love with the federal market and its customers Since then i was in a bid for awhile. And then i worked exclusively with the intelligence community for nortel which was some of the most rewarding work i've ever i've ever done then. I tried my hand in small business. I went to a company called star which is based out of portland oregon again focused on the army and tactical solutions. Then i went to ericsson federal which was actually sold in in spun off and korea. We created the company called ozias which still exists today. And then i went back to pack star. I was ceo. They are for a little over four years. And now i'm With juniper and very proud to be vp of federal for juniper networks with regards to standards and regulations and how the oversight works with the tech industry. You know you have the usual names. Like the fcc in epa eeoc in other agencies like that but What many may not be familiar with our agencies. Gsa which is a general services administration and nist which is the national institution for standards and technology. Their mission is to enable innovation through standards and measurements. And then on top of that. Of course you have congressional oversight which pays attention to The industry and what tech companies put out whether it's a service Or hardware yeah. I'm a big fan of nist here at sgx. Because i used so much of their documentation to help. Inform my understanding of technology. When i'm writing my articles before we dive into specifics. How is the tech industry regulated Do the industry regulators and various governments. Have a tight grip or things still fairly lax. I guess it depends on which industry. You're talking about so when the part that i'm familiar with an obviously involved in right now as network equipment providers we provide solutions and we are heavily regulated when you look at the social media companies You know it's it's a new world and you've heard about the Congressional meetings and some of the scrutiny twitter and facebook and others are under. And i think they're just trying to figure out now how best to regulate them do you Put a lot of standards in place like we have today through all the certifications we go through the federal government It remains to be seen with the latest Hack that occurred. A lot of people are concerned about cybersecurity as they should be. And i think there's going to be more regulation in that area as well. yeah maybe rightfully so. What are some of the significant government or industry regulations that organizations are still complying with. Well again you know nist is is very important to juniper and we go through the steps internally and then we put forward our solutions to nist and other agencies there's an organization called the gic which is joint interoperability interoperability tests center. We put a lot of our solutions through that process and then are certifications like a fed ramp when you're talking about the cloud phipps. has strong criteria that that Have to be met and other certifications going on down the line. So you think about. Americans with disabilities act which is section five away if to be compliant with that and the list is pretty long but When you select the market that you want to go after and provide secure solutions it's necessary. It's a requirement so that will continue. And i think those companies that comply with the standards and regulations really benefit from the outcomes because it makes their solution stronger. And while there's a lot of company oversight internal oversight. I think having the checks and balances only make the company stronger. That's good to hear. It seems like there's more regulations than just on the tech itself like you mentioned About disabilities and it isn't important to remember that these organizations are just like any other in that they have the workplace regulations on top of the technological regulations Exactly however in general what does regulation of the tech industry look like in the united states. You know what aspects of the technology are most regulated while the first word that comes to mind is security so every aspect of what we delivered to our customers. has different levels of security. There's risk management framework. Put out by diet cap that must be followed and we do I mentioned the There are others that are put in place like nyack. The national information assurance partners And they focus on common criteria and then companies also put in the rigors into their supply chain so supply chain management is critically important because it starts really at the idea of a solution or a product or a service all the way down the chain to implementation at offering so especially with the bad actors that are trying to penetrate networks companies have to Maintain control and put in a security standards that are second to none and if you look at the best technology companies the most successful technology companies security is always top of mind and and i think it will be top of mind for a long time.
Canon to SonyHow bout That?!!! and more
"Wow can just wow. If there was no doubt that Canon saw the writing on the wall, writing in Sony's handwriting. By the way, the unveiling of the company's new are five and our full frame, airless bodies leaves no doubt and if you're Nikon, you gotta be feeling a little bit woozy by the bus. Just hit you and a bunch of other darn metaphors, because cannon is not only on the board there on the board in a big way. I told you there'd be more metaphors. Metaphors and there was endless metaphors to describe the bomb draft Donnas, by cannon accompany, that clearly wants Sony to know that they're not gonNA. Make it easy on them. If you're a cannon user who's been thinking about jumping ship to Sony Ding, there's another metaphor right there. TAP The breaks hard ding another, because you now have little reason to look elsewhere. The New Canon Eos are five and six have just confirmed companies relevancy in full frame mirror less of that. There is no question now. Now none if anyone tells you otherwise, they just don't know what they're talking about. My friends. Canon has stepped up to the plate Ding and deliver the goods big time another one. Let's just say Ding so much so that if I were looking for a full frame system, which I'm not, I think I'd have to give the nod to cannon over Sony. That's how big of a deal these new bodies are I. Know I can hardly believe I'm saying it myself cannon, you've impressed me. Me Now before we get into the specs of these wonderful bodies, if you're still a DS, lar- user and you're looking for something that not only looks and feels like ds lar- especially of the Canon variety, but is a true replacement of your DSL are the new Canon Eos are five. Is that body don it just is and the egos are six is the lesser extent, but we'll get to that in a minute here if you currently shoot a cannon five. D Mark Four. Five that you're looking for this, is it the five for all intents and purposes is a meritless five d five, so whereas the actual mark, five DSL are kind, I believe it still might becoming, even though we've heard rumors recently that the mark four is the end of the line, but we'll see I give that about a fifty fifty chance, and if that five d mark five is coming, and then it's GonNa be a while you know. Cannon clearly wants entice you over into their merely system right now besides if we do. Do, see a five d mark five. I think that right? There would be the end of the line. No doubt about it again. murless sales are up DS lar- sales are down, and that's just not ever changing just like film. Cameras died out when we went digital. Now under the hood of the does are five is a brand spanking. New Cannon made forty five megapixel sensor powered by the incredible digit, ten processor from the one deacs mark three, and while we'll get to the stills in a second. This powerhouse Combo allows the. To capture eight K. raw video internally up to thirty P. and yes, that takes a lot of processing power and a lot of processing power equals a lot of heat, and we've heard some rumors about overheating. These things get taken care of so i. don't think it's really that much of a cause for concern so when all is good on that front. You're talking eight K. video at thirty P. ten bit for two to four K. up to one twenty p. that's what most people probably gonNA. Shoot and you think about it that is. Is just astounding. Right there. It'll be a good long time though before anybody's routinely using this body to shoot Aka because remember just because you can doesn't mean you should, and that applies to Aka video unless you have clients that want Aka or you just absolutely have to have something that is future-proof up to eight K.. You're just not gonNA shoot it. You're also going to need a high end computer. We're talking the fastest of the fastest out there, and you're going to need more money for hard drives, because remember that footage takes up. Space. You're saving eight K. video for the most rare circumstances in my opinion like busting out the good wine when the friends come over that now on the still front, which most of us are interested in the EEOC are five can capture an amazing twenty frames per second with its electric shudder, or what's going to be plenty for most people twelve frames per second with its mechanical shutter, all that with no crop or focus limitations, none and that's pretty impressive. Twelve frames per second is all you really need unless you just absolutely have all day to call images, and you really enjoy that which most people? People don't I wouldn't suggest shooting over twelve frames per second again. Learn how to shoot and learn when a throw those frames down range when you need them, you know if you're shooting an air show for instance when that becomes I, think again, and you've got a jet screaming past you then yeah, maybe throw twenty frames per second at it, but it's an electronic shutter, so you're probably going to have some distortion. They're also known as you're going to have a lot of distortion, so just shoot twelve frames per second and learn how to deal with
The Recording Academy is imploding the week before the Grammys
"Welcome to the frame John Horn Sexual Harassment Arabe and denial claims of corrupt practices. No it's not a new soap opera. It's what the recording academy is dealing with just a few you days before. It's big event the Grammy Awards last week. The academy put its president and CEO. Deborah Dugan on administrative leave yesterday she filed a sexual harassment and discrimination complaint against the Recording Academy for more on the latest developments. WE TURN TO GEM AS WAD senior music editor at variety jam. Cham- welcome back to the show. Thank you so if we believe everything that was in the complaint which was filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Listen on behalf of Dugan one of the most remarkable allegations in well the the allegations sorta go in two directions. They're the ones against her personally. She says she was sexually harassed by a very prominent attorney who works closely with with the academy. She said that her ideas for changes were opposed by the board and top executives at the academy. And you know speaking with sources close to the situation. I'll say she didn't really fit in and it was a challenging doing situation for now having said that the complaint alleges is that there are all kinds of kind of insider deals going on inside inside the academy it alleges that people who are connected with certain artists are voting on nominating committees and financially the doesn't allege this is actually a fact the academy which has no in-house lawyer is paying millions and millions of dollars every year to outside law firms for work worked. She deemed unnecessary and sources say and her complaint alleges that she went into a meeting gave a big presentation about changes she planned to make which included stopping or at least dramatically cutting back payments to those law firms and three weeks later she was put on administrative leave. So let's look at a couple issues here. Hear the Recording Academy says that Dugan was shown the door or put on administrative leave because of the way she treated the former assistant to port. Now what does dougans defense of that issue. Her complaint says that is untrue that is inaccurate. And if you look at the academy's claims the public claims that they've made there are a lot of explosive words. Used the upshot of what they're saying is that she was mean and you know I mean. Do you remove move your top executive ten days before the big show because she was mean to somebody you know I mean it's just it strains credulity a bit especially if that executive we're not a woman and Dugan's complaint says the allegations are true. They say that the person in question was not. I'm not up to the job that she expected her and she was trying to find another place for in the organization in the EEOC complaint Dugan makes a couple of very explosive charges. One involves a rape allegation against her predecessor. Neil port now and the other describes some inappropriate behavior of not outright sexual actual harassment by Joel Katz. Who is a top lawyer that works with the recording academy what specifically she alleging for both port now and cats the allegation against port? Now this is an actual rape allegation. Apparently a foreign. That was the word they used. Female singer Songwriter on writer. WHO's in the KADEMI member who performed at Carnegie Hall you know? He admitted there was an allegation. He said it was it investigated and he was exonerated now. Presumably he was was investigated by the Academy in terms of her own claim of sexual harassment. She says that Before she had even started just a couple of weeks after she had signed a deal to become. CEO Joe Joe Cats took her out to dinner somewhere in Laguna Beach and she alleges she put the moves on her. We're talking with riders. Jim Aswa about what is going on inside. The Recording Academy so Porno said the rape allegations are outrageous terribly hurtful and untrue. A lawyer for Joel Katz said he categorically denies the sexual assault or harassment allegations. What does the Academy said? The academy has not responded and as of right now typically to the allegations. When it came out yesterday I went to them? Asked for a comment immediately. It took about an hour and all they did was basically regurgitate the accusations they had made about Dugan the day before and over the preceding couple of days they have happening addressed the other allegations and they may not. I mean that's the last question there are allegations and Dugan's EEOC complaint about how white and male leadership leadership and voting is inside the academy. But something that really caught my eye. I'm GonNa read a paragraph from the complaint is this. The board uses these committees. These are nominating committee for the grammys as an opportunity to push forward artists with whom they have relationships indeed it is not unusual for artists who have relationships with board remembers and who ranked at the bottom of the initial twenty artists to end up receiving nominations. So what that is suggesting is that the grammy nominating automating process itself is suspect that to me is the thing that should most concern the public. A lot of the rest of this stuff is inside baseball and and you no very legitimate complaints but you know that depends on how much you care about the makeup of the recording academy the fact that the nominations are skewed is something that has been suspected for a while because every year there are these kind of mysterious nominations that appear in certain categories. And you know those of us who watch is this. You know we've heard of most of these artists you know every year you'll just be like who would that and you know we might find out that a producer and engineer is on the nominating committee. The median Oh hey look there asong that album that they produced or engineered there. It is an old look also on the committee is someone who works at that label So Oh you know that sounds horrible. It doesn't necessarily have to be because the other side of it is the fact that the people who are good enough to get on the nominating committees prominent enough to be working with a lot of these artists. However I'm not saying that's the case all the time gem as Wad is senior music editor at variety gem? Thanks so much for coming on the show
Grammys chief hits Recording Academy with discrimination complaint
"Suspended recording academy cheap to produce and has brought a discrimination complaint against the organization that presents the Grammy awards a complaint filed with the EEOC include allegations of sexual harassment and corruption by the academy and its board Dugan had taken the top post last August as the company's first female chief with the goal of increasing gender and racial representation at the Grammys the academy says she was suspended after a female employee accused her of
Dr. David Chao talks injuries
"Dr Child always good to have you aboard for the show. Thanks for having me. So when we look at some of the injuries that kind of flakes of the skill position talents We had a big one again in Tampa and it seems to be history repeating itself last week we talked about Mike Evans. His hamstring hamstring the season ending scenario. That played out there. Lo and behold Chris Godwin goes down with what looked like a similar injury last. We saw him carted off in the tunnel in Detroit. Coincidence there is there something going on in Tampa as it pertains to their wideouts in their hamstrings as we get into the tail end of the season they run them ragged and they throw the ball lot. That's probably the only Only Lincoln Yeah and if you really WANNA go conspiracy theory Mike Evans last week. You Scott Miller Another wide receiver earlier in the game in Chris Godwin in early in the season Perriman had a hamstring issue. So if you really trying to go that way but I think it's just coincidence and maybe some of it is They're still slinging the ball around quite a bit Four hundred fifty yards for James Winston This week so so they were running a lot of routes and so forth as we talked about Mike Evans Hamstring with significant and with only three games left. We thought you and I are candidate. I think the same something's GonNa fall for for Chris Godwin here. You know there's only two weeks left there the bucks out of it The hamstring is probably going to be longer than that and he's probably headed into reserve so What does that mean I mean? Had you know from a fantasy site look for paramount. Because Winston's going to have to you. Who else is left? That's a blow. Be still my heart God. What has been the Horse Dr John? That's gotten me in the fantasy. Football finals beat up on her. Dear friend Clay Travis this past past week and in a massive showdown GonNa help that somebody else on my rosters able to step up and fill that void pain savior jokes. Because I know you're gonNA take cheap shots I'm not at all I'm not at all actually gonNA transition to another wide receiver with Adam Phelan. There was talks that he wasn't going to return until he was one hundred percent. Healthy Limited. Snap count this past against the chargers. What do you think that was maybe score or Israel setback therefore Adam feeling well? I think it's a original part of the plan in preparation. Maybe the seven snaps were only because of because of the score but he was never gonNA play fifty Think about it this way first of all if you look Ah. The history of what happened with Phelan was supposed to be a minor hamstring. You played it. Two weeks aggravated missed. Many more weeks. Try to come back to fast in in Practice aggravated again. So they've been burned twice with aggravation. Do you think they were GonNa be burned a third time when next week. They have the Monday night game against against the packers which is for the division and then even the week seventeen game against the division rival bears. This were the LA chargers not that you look past with them. But I don't care who it was only made medical sense to bring him back a little more slowly this type give them a few game raps so that he can and be good to go for the packers. I think you'll see. EEOC normal reps against the packers next week but there was no way he's going to see normal routes this week and so even when Schefter after said he was going to play and be fine. I never thought he would. But you know we all know coachspeak right. It's just another example of coachspeak another guy that's critical to the Vikings offensive successes. Delvin Cook suffered another shoulder. Injury couldn't return against the chargers. Obviously you mentioned the importance of the Monday night. Game against the packers will Delvin Cook play and if so how effective can you be. Well here's a good news. Bad News Bad news is he got hurt again and you didn't finish the game the bad news. It's actually a new injury and that's also the good news it's a new injury if it were the SC join again the right Septa. You'd have to say. Even when he plays against the packers he's one hit one play from being out against. This seems to be something to his left shoulder by video. I can't tell you exactly what it is. There's which sometimes good news because if he dislocated I could tell you. I don't think that's the case. I can't tell you exactly what he has. But it's new to the left shoulder and I think there is okay. Good chance I would expect that he will play and be good to go against the packers And I think that's part of where they said Look L.. Let us live to fight another day Dalvin and rest the rest of the game here in terms of feeling like they have a game in hand out in Los Angeles makes percents with a capable fill in like Mike. Boone had two touchdowns he actually had the second highest sparks score among running backs in two thousand eighteen draft only behind saquon so hard running running in athletic last Vikings Guy One ask you about. That's crucial to the defense's cornerback. Xavier Rhodes went into the chargers game with an ankle. Injury already played through it left left with what appeared to be a calf injury. Does he have a shot to play against Green Bay it's GonNa be hard Calf injuries linger CT Way Hilton. And uh-huh this even though he was GonNa want to at the quarterback position. It's pretty hard to break in driving the ball. If you don't have your staff there then you add the lingering ankle. I mean when you talk about multiple injuries and one of them being calf especially the positioning place as optimistic as I am on Dow Cook able to go. I'm not pessimistic and league's exist your roads being able to go last one. I want to ask you about beforehand it back to todd. The timeline probably doesn't work if it's a high ankle sprain but The seasons on the Line Right Philadelphia Dallas does lane. Johnson have a chance to play this week. I think he does first of all learning clean. Johnson Yasser Heikal Spring He might get some pre-game quote acupuncture to play area. I mean it's it's that big give a game and the other thing is he. You know Yes he's a tackle so he's a little more in space and I can guard. But but certainly it's easier to for a Lineman Wiedeman an offensive lineman to play through high ankle than some other skill position. So I think he's GonNa try everything you can to go. The question is If he can royal factor if you will be I think you're GONNA try all hands on deck type game coming up Sunday for the division and I know a lot of our board listeners Dr Chow who have been writing this Eagles Eagles train with the division future since the beginning of the season. So we'll all sit with wait and wait with bated breath as they go into that one against maybe resurgent cowboys team is short home underdogs but but before we get there. We do have a Monday night. Football game and clearly. The biggest injury around this contest is with. Ty held a lot of optimism through colts camp but you look through some of the lingering signs for T. Y.. Hilton this calf injury. Do you expect him to be able to give it a go tonight. And if if even tries how effective do you believe. He can be out there as a viable deep throat against the Saints Defense. Well you know. There's there's there's two two thoughts here the he will play thought and he won't play thought if you go by what the head coach says and very fulmer to him. Even Situation Frank Reich is if he plays on Monday. We'll be at one hundred percent. I E not playing short of a hundred percent. Well if that is actually true. He's not playing period. There's no way that cafeteria one hundred percent is lingered this long another couple of days. He's been full practice all all week and other days isn't GonNa Change Anything. There's no way he's hundred hundred percent for tonight's game. So we're going to stick to what Frank Reich really sad. Ty He's already told US T Y Hilton's not playing but we all know coachspeak and we all know this is. The colts is kind of last chance. They kind of have to win to stay in it to have any chance to stay in it so That may push what t y Hilton does and you may try. Try and go always interesting to see these guys and who's able to gut it out. As it becomes a war of attrition at this point in the season especially with playoff berths hanging in the balance team saw hang on for dear life in their respective conferences. You can follow Dr David Show on twitter at pro football doc like we say every week the single best source for injury information not only for your sports gambling but for those fantasy football ball championships. That are coming up. He's got a great podcast. Delve sometimes a little bit deeper into a lot of the injury information. Dr Chow. Can't thank you enough for your time. Although I'm going to have to cry before we continue the rest of this podcast with pain now. Knowing Chris Godden won't be available for me to go out there and win a title sort of your that gets into. Thanks as always Dr
"eeoc" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Spoiler alert for season two underground had his arms broken by the black Lotus triad. Even though he beat two of the three in loss to EEOC Shirai of all people. She beat she beat the crap out of them. That was a story in WWE. I fear that it becomes. A gimmick. And a thing that they lean on to make things funny when you wanna talk about hey, little little Leo rush wrestles are in cheeky. You know, the first thing that Randy Orton says when stuff I Ali declares his championship. Bona fides is you'll to girl. Well, first of all now using the pejorative girl said as us girl as pejorative, I apologize and second of all. If she she's two hundred and seventy five pounds. I don't care who you are two hundred seventy five pounds is going to move you. When you were formerly to oh five. That's just basic physics. Not Steiner math nine anything. It's just how the world work. And so that stuff is where I'm more worried because even if people look online like we talked last week, and we mentioned like one of my favorite matches was him versus Matt riddle. And it was a really strong wrestling match that ended with him hitting a bro to sleep in then German suplex senior and pending her that was great. But there was a story line of two athletes wrestling with most of the time WBZ posits, they're women either as athletes or as maidens in distress that have to get into the ring if I don't wanna see Lana versus Rousseff for myriad reasons. I don't wanna see Charlotte versus undertaker or something like that. I would wanna see, you know, Bailey versus insert bully here. Who's picking on? Someone on the other side of the roster. And she kinda shows. Hey, anyone can stand up for anyone as long as you have the courage to do it? That's a great story. But they're not going for stores. They're going for the oh my God that you see. And that's never good thing. Wherever you go. For energy on the go. It's got to be five hour energy it works fast. It works long. It tastes good and was Eero sugar and four calories. There's nothing holding you back fits your pocket fits your backpack..
Yet another plan to save the media with technology
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Avery books publisher financial freedom by millennial money, founder grants about J, a step-by-step path to becoming financially independent as fast as possible. Learn more at financial freedom, book dot com, and by Lynn ovo for small business. Your business is a difference maker and Lenovo is dedicated to making a difference for you by providing innovative devices technology services and solutions to learn more. Visit Lenovo dot com slash SM be powered by Intel. Today, yet another plan to save the media with technology from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. In the last week alone. Digital media outlets have laid off hundreds of people the publishers of USA today are fighting off a takeover attempt from a hedge fund the Washington Post actually ran a Super Bowl ad about. How important journalism is but subscriptions don't make enough money and ads are annoying data sucking and don't even work most of the time. Enter tech, Jim mckelvey is the co founder of the payments and processing giants square. He's got a start up called invisibly. That's part micro payments where you pay for individual articles and part Aztec where you the reader can earn free articles by trading more data you could choose to pay for no ads at all or strike a balance somewhere in the middle. Mckelvey told me the whole point is control. It's never been free. You've always paid for. But you've paid for it with your attention. And it's usually frustrating because you don't have any control over how your eyeballs are bought and sold and they're being sold hundreds of times a day without your permission or knowledge. So here's the deal. You don't have to do anything differently. If you want us to just manage this for you. We will. But if you wanna take control over how your tensions bought and sold will give you that control. So for instance, you're live in New York don't tell me a pickup truck because I'm in New York. I'm not gonna buy a pickup truck. I don't need one here. That piece of information is valuable and any piece of information. You give does two things for you. First of all, it increases the relevance of the products that are pitched to you because you're gonna buy some things. But more importantly, it increases the value of your eyeballs. So you are getting paid more per second of attention or I can just buy my way out of it directly. And skip the tailoring process. Absolutely. Yeah. However, you want to engage. It's interesting. It sounds like your making an argument that I should have more control of my data. But there's a version of this that also sounds like I still give over a lot of data to individual sites yet. And it's completely up to you. What you wanna do? So in our system from complete anonymity, which by the way will change the price of somebody for content. So for instance, one of our publishers will sell you an article for a. Quarter cent if they know who you are and that same article could cost three cents if they don't know because they're getting value out of your data as well. They want to know who their readers are. So it sounds like if it really was embedded into a lot of different sites. It would become a large real time experiment and trying to determine what how much people actually do value their privacy, which I think we're all trying to figure out right this moment. And there's no one answer for one person. So for instance, there times, I value my privacy a lot there times. I don't I'm about to buy a bunch of couches. If the couch manufacturers are the world knew I was about to spend several thousand bucks on couches. They would send adds to me that I would love to see right now. But the problem is in the current ecosystem have no way of signaling that and the worst cases I buy a couch, and then they find out I bought one. And then for the next three months. I get chased by couch commercials. It's really backwards and messed up right now. And we're not saying we're gonna fix it all at once. But we're saying that we're going to do this on behalf of the people whose information is the currency. Give me control of how I spend my attention. Just as I have control over. How I spend the dollars in my wallet. Jim mckelvey is the CEO of invisibly, which is launching whenever it's ready. He told me the company is in. No hurry. Thanks to venture capital his own money. And he says the support of most major media outlets. But I bet they're hoping he'll hurry up. And now for some related links on Monday, Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg posted a letter to celebrate the platforms fifteenth anniversary, and it is a very interesting read. We have a link to it at our website. Marketplace tech dot org. You can also find it on Facebook. Obviously, what's interesting in the context of this conversation about the future of media is that Zuckerberg is sort of taken the position that what Facebook is doing is up ending the traditional institutions that used to control your access to information, and that now the internet with Facebook at its core is setting all that information free. But the media and people who are afraid of change only wanna focus on the negative to those people. He says, you are wrong and society is becoming more open in accountable because of these new networks and Facebook, which is like I said very interesting because on the one hand. Yes technology marches on there was moral hand-wringing in the extreme about the democratization of language about radio about television in. Yes about the internet. But I would argue that as much as Berg may think otherwise Facebook is not the internet. Facebook does not behave the way that disruptive new networks might behave in a vacuum because Facebook is a company it's incentive is to make money. Senator. We run ads the internet is an incredibly disruptive and democratizing and polarizing force. And everything's Coburg says about Facebook that you can find a like minded community that you could keep in touch with faraway friends that you could organize protests that you could advertise a business all of that can happen on the internet with or without Facebook. And none of that necessarily makes Facebook immune from questions about the ads. Right. But then again, let's be fair. What else is he going to say, he's the CEO of a business? I'm Molly would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kronos, FM L, A F L essay ACA EEOC it's harder than ever for businesses to keep up with today's evolving, alphabet soup of regulations. 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"eeoc" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"We. We learn about EEOC laws in sexual harassment. What that looks like in the workplace. It's incredible. Everyone gets metal helpers day training training, and they're certified for three years for mental health birthday. And what prison are you working with currently or are there? Multiple locations for the prisons that you're working with. We are currently right now with the amazing Dr department of prison day amazing because this is a prison system that really supports reentry second chances not only for the humans. But also for the dogs. You know, they are very welcoming new supported into everything that they can to help us get the things that we need to. So that we can provide some opportunity, I think it's so interesting. I mean have you faced any challenges or opposition to this program? I mean, I obviously one hundred percent convinced this is a game changer for. For not only the people who are imprisoned. But for these pets the ones that are the most at risk. But do you have skeptics out there to the what do they say? Well, first time I answered the one big challenge that we face the first big challenge every we was when we take the dogs right from the shelter. You know, when he was time to take the dog out for adoption, the dog didn't be and why would you wanna leave? You have seventy to eighty people loving you all day, right? And you come a cage in a shelter. So that was the one challenge that we face within the prison wall had to be somewhat unexpected to you know, that you're thinking these dogs are coming out. But this is probably the best life. They've lived to date is the tiny. And what is it is it twelve weeks? I think did I hear you say that or I read it somewhere as twelve week program for these dogs. The program is twelve weeks for the people as eleven weeks for. We should get the dogs ready. Five eleven we passed the canine good citizens. Okay. And so all right. Let's you know, we're going to take a short break from here message from our sponsors. And we're gonna come back and talk about how you go about adopting. A new leash unlike dog.
What might help Apple sell more iPhones? Cheaper iPhones
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. And by Lenovo for small business when it comes to IT Lenovo dedicated to offering solutions that can make a difference for you and your company from devices to technology services to learn more. Visit WWW dot Lenovo dot com slash S M B powered by Intel. Hey, you know, what might help apple sell more phones cheaper iphones from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Apple released its earnings yesterday afternoon. And although it met its lowered expectations revenue from phones was down. Fifteen percent over the same quarter last year and the future trend is also down for years. Apple smartphone strategy has been to make premium devices with a premium price tag, a thousand bucks is basically the starting price for a new flagship iphone, but those prices are hard to swallow in China and India markets apple is depending on to grow. It's global market share. And even here in the US consumers just aren't upgrading their phones as much as they used to duly. Ask is principal analyst at Forrester research. I asked her if apple can keep commanding such high prices, they've relied on a very fluid base of consumers in the past that could afford to buy not only devices, but services and subscriptions within the ecosystem. And I think one of the things it's hard to tell. I think one of the things they're not gonna tell us is it inhibiting their ability to attract new consumers into the ecosystem. Yeah. It's interesting because it feels like. It was a strategy based on sort of an old economic model of ongoing recovery where you know, if you tie it to the broader economy, it was based on the idea that there'd be an economic recovery in wages would continue to go up and there'd be lots of consumer spending. And we're kind of not seeing that. Yeah. So we're not seeing that. And I think if you look at the opportunities for growth, it's either get the same people to upgrade faster or it's attract new consumers into your market. And you look at who those new consumers are and they're simply not as a flu inter as wealthy as the existing base there. Either young or they're living in markets where there's lower wages overall. I think the trouble with these large. Consumer electronics companies is is the smartphone came along at this time. And it's been like an amazing amazing ten to fifteen year right at this point. But there isn't like another it devices that's coming after it. That's going to make up for the revenue with the slower replacement cycles and the slower uptake from consumers in the market today. So what do you think comes next? I mean, some manufacturers are sort of bucking this trend. Oneplus is going with a cheaper phone is that overly simplistic as an answer or would cheaper phones. Help sell more phones if I were smartphone manufacturer, I would test the market with less expensive devices. And Molly I say that based on someone who studies consumer behavior the devices that are selling now in the market for a thousand dollars eleven hundred twelve hundred dollars are amazing for photography and playing video games and watching TV and when we see five G come out. It's going to be awesome. That said the vast majority of the activity that consumers are doing on these phones, it's still around communication instant messaging, texting my friends triaging, Email for work. And I don't need the latest greatest device to do that. And so I think it is reasonable to expect the consumers will say, hey, how do I really use this device, and do I really need something that caused the thousand twelve hundred dollars to triage, my Email, duly ask is principal analyst at poster research. Ch- according to the motley fool apple shipments were down ten percent in China in the third quarter of last year and down fifty percent in India over twenty eighteen. And now for some related links. We talk a lot about the Chinese market. But India is huge for smartphone makers shipments almost doubled between two thousand fourteen and twenty eighteen to one hundred and fifty million phones according to analysts and ZD net report out of New Delhi says that for a few years apple was selling its older models in India for low prices, which wasn't that thrilling because we're talking about the iphone five c here people. But then apple started pushing more expensive bones sometimes even selling models for more than they were selling for in the US that didn't fly either. And it happened just as Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi and one plus came into India with super cool tricked out smartphones that were half the price of the iphone. So you could have a heck of old iphone for the same price as brand new flagship smartphone from one plus easy choice. The one plastics was released in India in twenty. Eighteen ziti net. Says its old a million units in twenty two days for comparison apple sold one point seven million units in India in all of twenty eighteen combined and on a completely different note. I totally missed that earlier this month the department of defense released a document about a twenty two million dollar program by the Defense Intelligence Agency. That was researching warp drives invisibility cloaks wormholes star gates an alien tracking. I mean say what you want about government spending. But this is how we got the internet. Also, apparently, according to an old blog post, I found about secret military projects the CIA once tried putting listening devices on house cats, not every idea is a hit you guys. But I'm holding out hope for the wormholes. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM Carolina in Brooklyn New York wrote to tell us she's a longtime fan of marketplace, tech and appreciates the content and the mission thinks Caroline to join her and keeping marketplace tech going strong donate online today. Marketplace dot org, and thanks to Caroline and all the marketplace investors who make our work possible. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Cronos FM L A F L essay ACA EEOC it's harder than ever for businesses to keep up with today's evolving, alphabet soup of regulations. 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"eeoc" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"EEOC Utah. Senator Mike Lee is making it clear. He wants EEOC Commissioner Hye feldblum out over concerns about her stance on religious liberty. He's prepared for a fight feldblum is the first and only openly gay EEOC Commissioner who was quoted in a two thousand six article as saying she had a difficult time finding any case in which religious liberty should win over sexual liberty feldblum put out this written statement over least position Senator Lee and others may feel they have kept a rabbit opponent to religious liberty off the Equal Employment Opportunity commission. They are wrong. I have fought for the civil rights of LGBT people religious people and others for years. I won't be stopping now. Fox's David sprint. You see the signs everywhere. Wash out for falling rocks man with hiking on a trail El Dorado state park in Boulder County with two others when he was pinned by the boulder which. Between fifteen hundred and three thousand pounds. A man told the sheriff's office at the victim was walking around a larger rock when he put his hands on it. And it shifted the unstable boulder and steep slopes made rescuing the ma'am tough. He was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. But he's expected to survive Marcus, white, Fox News patients and a poncho both deeded to survive New York, Steve in New York City this year, there's one place I would not want to be a New Year's Eve in Times Square. This is what it's going to look like forty six degrees and rain rain. You don't want stand out even thinking Forty-six, certainly not as bad as when it's down like in the single digits. But if you have rain on you, and you're standing out there. It's going to get really cold, and it's gonna feel cold really fast. Fox's Rick Greg booth college football bowl championships at Notre Dame falls to Clemson thirty two three Oklahoma false to Alabama forty five thirty four clips.
EEOC, Denver and Thirty Thousand Dollars discussed on Lewis and Logan
"Denver law firm will pay thirty thousand dollars to settle an EEOC pregnancy discrimination lawsuit. The Bendinelli law firm fired a legal assistant last year the day after she told them she was pregnant she'd worked there for just ten days. The money will go to that. Former legal
Some U.S Cities will pay you to move there
"In, this new phase of the US economy one marked by a shortage of? Workers rather than jobs civic leaders in Hamilton, Ohio and, elsewhere are asking themselves why not pay people to move here it's a story by Wall Street Journal reporter Shinde race shandy what's going on Air is potentially a worker shortage where companies. Just can't find enough people to fill all the jobs that they have open, and so some places especially smaller cities small towns rural areas are offering? To pay people money to move there it's, incredible, what, a, swing from like Two thousand eight two thousand nine right was fixed those kids. Graduating college then who couldn't find anything Yeah now you'll? Get a job and you'll get money towards your, student loan debt it's incredible so who's doing what what kind of things they dangling So one of the places that we profile pretty deeply. In the story is a city at Hamilton Ohio it's about an hour from Cincinnati and this is one of these kind of. Standard rust belt, cities it was once a hub for manufacturing paper mills and, safe, manufacturers that, was once known as the safe capital of the world but you, know there, was a downturn in manufacturing and by the early two. Thousands you know all those paper mills and. Manufacturers had last and obviously you had. You, know the recession and the whole city was sort of decimated the downtown became just full of dilapidated buildings there was a two percent occupancy rate well the economy started turning the. City started really investing and trying to buy up, the buildings and trying to bring employers back to the area and they've had some pretty decent success the, problem, is that they don't have the people and this is an issue that is. Sort of. Going on all over? The midwest and the northeast where The population growth has just been really, tap it especially in the labor force people in their prime working years between twenty five and fifty, four To, try to really convince young. People come live in our. Downtown hopefully that'll dry even more young people downtown and they. Can try to you know create a? Priding urban center, sounds like a great opportunity when we say these cities are paying people to move there in what ways. Are they paying, them so in Hamilton, they, are offering young people who are willing to live downtown. Five thousand dollars towards their student loan debt in some places like in north Platte Nebraska, they're just willing to give you. Ten thousand dollars cash if you move there and you commit to living. There for a certain amount of time some places are offering you land some places are offering you money towards the. Down payment on a home the idea is to, just sort of give people an extra added incentive to come to these places who's offering land I think. North Platte jeez yeah that's unbelievable I there was one guy in your story university of, South Dakota economists whose call this. Like a modern day homestead act yeah exactly I mean that's the idea. Like just just come here and we will give you money I made a mistake if Marnie Iowa that's offering hunt Well that's, really something we're speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter Shane. D racer, stories called how bad is the labor shortage. Cities will pay you to, move there now that say without the promise of job they want. You to move, there and then look or you I think you need to, probably have a job but I mean it's not very hard to. Get, one in these places you know you don't necessarily have to have a job I? Think like in Hamilton, they. Give, you a. Certain, amount of time to find a job, but you know part of the whole issue is that there's this worker shortage. So, it's. Not too, hard to find a job in these
Lawsuit accuses 'Burgers & Beer' of discriminating against men
"Equal. Employment Opportunity commission file a lawsuit today in San Diego alleging that burgers and beer a chain of southern California restaurants. Violated federal law by denying male applicants and employees the same employment opportunities. As their female. Counterparts the EEOC alleges that since. At least. Twenty fifteen the. Company routinely rejected male applicants and employees for server positions and maintained a server workforce that was more than ninety percent female
Federal Housing Agency Employee Secretly Taped Director's Sexual Advances Toward Her
"Slash go. The director of national regulatory agency has been accused of sexual harassment. His name is Melvin watt, and he heads up the Federal Housing, finance agency and employee. There named Simone Grimes claims that what harassed her denied her equal pay and tried to retaliate against her. And she says, she has the tapes to prove it. Grimes has provided NPR parts of her recordings and NPR's Yuki Noguchi as the story in two thousand fifteen. Simone Grimes started working two jobs hers, plus the one she'd been promoted to, but she never got the pay increase should been promised. After nine months, she was told a raise would require sign off from the director. That's kind of one director what began his advances. So he approached me at a few functions that were at work to say. He believes there is an attraction between us. It needed to be explored Grimes who is in her early forties kept asking to have her pay match that of her predecessor. Each time she was told the decision was what's in may Grimes filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity commission. And yesterday also filed a lawsuit against the housing agency for alleged violations of the equal pay act. What is one of the few holdovers from the Obama administration? He's denied the allegations and faces multiple investigations in a statement last month. Watson quote, the selective leaks related to this matter are obviously intended to embarrass or to lead to an unfounded or political conclusion. But grime says conversations. She recorded on her cell phone over the last year and a half prove otherwise, I was doing two jobs and I was being paid. About seventy cents per dollar to my predecessor, who was only doing one of those jobs. And so I was simply asking to write that she declined to provide a full transcript, but says the recordings which were included in her EEOC complaint verify her claims that watt held up her pay raise as he pressed her to consider a relationship in November two thousand sixteen. She says, what asked her to meet he wanted that conversation to occur? Not on the premises. She reluctantly agreed to meet at his house where she recorded him. To you. That is true. So makes me more conscious not to not believe some impression. She says, what mentioned possibilities of other senior roles that came with higher pay, including that of chief operating officer? My comment to him as though sound fine. I believe I'm qualified, but I wanna make sure there's no strings attached. You're not expecting anything in return. And his response was. On knowing that this at were. Have talked to you about up to this point, has nothing to do with. With your view on your. Oil, not helix grime says he repeatedly emphasized that he had the power to grant her what she saw. To go through a charade process to get you. With better me just and. The go-to a bid process. I don't have to go through an app kitchen and it didn't end there. You know, he would make comments about my looks about what I'm wearing. It was always front and center. Grime says she still reports the very people. She's accusing in her complaints and says, they've retaliated against her. I have continued to endure this position and try to see it through to the end and be clear with the agency that they are not knocking the wind out of me. I'm not losing my stride. I will continue with this because I worked there and I know I'm not the only person the agency and what declined comment about the recordings watts five year term as head of the agency expires in
"eeoc" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"What do you expect so these women felt safe enough to come forward right now and and and speak up even though some of their teammates are are saying that what they're saying is ally but but the story we reported was from twenty thirteen and since then we heard more stories about things happening on the team since twenty thirteen and the team is saying that there's only these are one off instances at the happened in twenty twelve twenty thirteen and back they're not that these things happened every single year of from then on and and it's happening every day and these cheerleaders finally got sick of it they finally said it would i don't speak up and something happens to some young woman or some young women will be put in this position and be made to to feel worthless they just didn't want to happen anymore the other part of the the nfl culpable for creating the fleur allowing to perpetuate the sort a patriarchal retrograde business some some teams bar cheerleaders from talking to nfl players or being friends with them on social media telling them to leave a restaurant if they see a player they mandate how much they can weigh in what they can wear when they're not on on in their in their uniforms and of course they're always called girls or ladies and never women a new orleans saints cheerleader brought an eeoc complaint after she was fired for posting a picture on instagram of herself in a one piece outfit and that's leading to potential conversation between lawyers for some of the cheerleaders and the nfl the nfl's position ears been quote that the league has no role in how the clubs which have cheerleaders utilize them seems to me like maybe the nfl at this point may want to establish some standards to protect these women and to make it clear that this is a legitimate business.
"eeoc" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Give criminal background checks to people who apply for jobs because as as discriminating against blacks because a large number of young blacks on have criminal records well when an actual factual study was done it found the companies that do criminal background checks hire more blacks than companies don't do criminal background check the others just know that a lot of young blacks have criminal backgrounds they don't know how well a particular job applicant is in that category or not and so they have him whereas if they do criminal background checks there's no mystery they know who did and who didn't have a criminal background check and therefore more more blacks get hired let me ask you a provocative question that that is not meant to imply anything i just i just would love to hear your your response from an economic or free market perspective is discrimination in and of itself necessarily a bad thing i have a whole chapter sorting out different meanings of that word some people have said they have discriminating taste because they can tell what kind of one kind of wine or a picture is how it's different from another and then so i call that discrimination one basing decisions on facts and then there's the other kind of discrimination which is the reason for antidiscrimination laws where people make a decision based solely upon the group you belong to a race by race sex or whatever irrespective of the actual qualities individuals concerned and it's the second kind of discrimination discrimination to that is that is the social problem but can government fix that here's me can government fix that no how much time do we spend debating and arguing and calling each other names and trying to come up with policies that would attempt to fix that well you know the real problem is if you have agencies like the eeoc which is out to which was set up to reduce discrimination in the second sense they don't they they have no logical stopping point if they ever achieved the goal that saying it's time to go out of business and of course the never going to allow that to happen and so they find ever more sophisticated ways of defining discrimination sex discrimination for example the.
"eeoc" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind
"Is that a lot of these decentralised projects in transportation in energy in healthcare in financial services like us if we can be the first one in a stab wish the biggest network effect before anybody else than these these are not overly ambitious valuations all these could arguably be undervalued so the the trick is to find out ticket vertical and find out who the leader is in that vertical and then ben on that but don't been on kind of the third enforced copycat 'cause they're they're going to consolidate to nothing yeah i mean you could play devil's advocate that facebook was the third friendster mayes base but for sure the network affect is powerful once facebook got everybody's mother and grandmother on their platform you had to be on facebook even if there was a better technology that came out later so facebook has this moat warren buffett would call it so what you're saying on the on the bearish on the bullish side is that look their pricing in this future expectation that this is going to be the one that sticks around for a long time so let's say that's true for polymath or a theory them what do you think just to talk around these platforms what do you think about eeoc because e e os news is competing with a theory comes out basically in may or june of this year do you see are we far enough along that a theory of for example is the facebook platform that other things are going to be built on or we'll competitors like e come in and really you know neo or something like this put a dent in european personal opinion.
"eeoc" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"For more the boss man apparently i'm not doing a great job of getting out there maybe steps you know i we i think we've put enough here to interest folks in the game in many ways this is platform agnostic in terms of this could go and it's also open source to it's going to be source so that anybody who goes way you're doing to want wanna do it over here that's that's fun that can be done but initially you know i was going safe network and i still have the safe crossroads podcast and i'm still you know bullish on on the safe network but as you say we're looking at more immediate action ability that shares offers a lot of interesting things but eeoc is is very attractive and we haven't covered that in those who are not familiar with joos that's the next conversation because that that's really something to talk about you know i i really think it's going to be hard for currencies that are out there that are doing the base transactions to to keep going in the future on i'll just throw that out there and we'll we'll talk more when we could into the discussion yeah though there's there's a lot to talk about their so we'll we'll leave that jeff thank you so much this is this is i mean i i was al already aboard and i as you know i've put some in but i feel much more filled with at the moment than before to and hopefully that comes across the folks in terms of things you can wrap your wits around because this is a this is quite an adventure but it it's like ground up and you can participate or or you can wait and participate later there's no.
"eeoc" Discussed on WLOB
"Uh arrangement why they did it this way they said but if you do have unrelated business taxable income and these amounts are directly connected with that then the deductions disallowed and that's the way they do it 'cause you're unrelated business taxable income would have been that's taxable so they're they can treat you just the same way they do any profitmaking entity payments may in solomon of disputes involving the employer employee relationship well the big one is uh the sexual harassment points so that um any settlement are picked it or a payment that's related to sexual harassment or sexual abuse uh and the attorneys fees related to that are not deductible if the settlement is subject to a nondisclosure agreements and the other one is governmental investigations there's it's always been the fact that if you had to pay a fine uh from a governmental uh action against you you could not deduct the penalty or the fine now it's that read that reaches into and think eeoc claims here it's fake if the government comes in with a potential violation and you wind up having to go through the investigation process those costs are not going to be deductible there's some exclusions but that this is it's kind of a deep reach and by the way we're talking with peter beach he is the partner in director.
"eeoc" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"You give your company away to a person of of diversity no i am why what's your what's your what's your rate of higher by the way do you own a company can you tell us what you percentage of various demographics are or you're not a hiring person on that the just selfemployed worker myself only all right so you can't give your job away to anyone because she wind up in the gutter that why why he's so quick to think that if a person is not white they're better i don't think they're better i just think that they should they should try to have people in the judiciary that are uh more representative of the i feel population united what do you mean by more representative based on one and looks based on based on race based on race isn't that racism picking based on race it's a violation of eeoc rules i mean what what a most universities do while they're doing the same thing near deir engaging in racism and they're violating eeoc rules it's the same with most police departments of fire departments for that matter the hiring based on race and sex not based upon quality so i think you need to understand ler certain point that just because it looks good in a recruiting book does that mean it's better for the police department the fire department or in this case the judicial department thank you for the call i disagree with you heartily wabc edwin what the topic line number six go ahead please uh fifteen see you this you manage to dream and and about god the challenge he proposed to you and i was thinking saying wait a minute weapons got a question is he see out the new make us knows the beginning of yet so uh i think he would always seems to be much well the voice said to me or i don't remember who said what but i i fear the at determination of my editing of these journal's of my own going back to 1963 and i'm almost finish with them and been a lengthy grueling process of looking back and i right in such pictographic clarity that every event going back to those years israel to me as you are right now i can remember it to the.
"eeoc" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Oil why don't you give your company away to a person of diversity no i am what's your what's your what's your rate of higher by the way do you own a company can you tell us what you percentage of various demographics are or you're not a hiring person i'm acted to selfemployed worker myself only all right so you can't give your job away to anyone because you wind up in the gutter that's why he's so quick to think that if a person is not white they're better i don't think they're better i do think that they should they should try to have people in the judiciary that are uh more representative of the actual population united more what do you mean by more representative based on one on looks faith on based on race bank based on race a isn't that racism picking based on race it's a violation of eeoc rules i mean what what a university theo while they're doing the same thing near deir engaging in racism and they're violating eeoc rules it's the same with most police departments of fire departments for that matter the hiring based on race and sex not based upon quality so i think you need to understand ler certain point that just because it looks good in a recruiting book does that mean it's better for the police department the fire department or in this case the judicial department thank you for the call i disagree with you heartily wabc edwin what the topic line number six go ahead please you go you were talking about the dream and about god and the challenge he's supposed to you and i was thinking that was saying wait a minute weapons got asked that question he's the out the new make mills the beginning of yet so uh i think he would step voice needed to be much well the voice said to me laura i don't remember who said what but i fear the at determination of my editing of these journal's of my own going back to 1963 and i'm almost finish with them in a lengthy ruling process of looking back and i right in such pictographic clarity that every event going back to those years israel to me as you are right now i can remember it to the.
"eeoc" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Give your company away to a person of diversity no i am why what's your what's your what's your rate of higher by the way do you own a company can you tell us what you percentage of various demographics are or you're not a hiring person i'm actually just selfemployed worker myself only all right so you can't give your job away to anyone because she wind up in the gutter that but why he's so quick to think that if a person is not white they're better i don't think they're better i just think that they should they should try to have people in the judiciary that are uh more representative of the actual population united more what do you mean by more representative based on wanna looks based on based on race based on race a isn't that racism picking based on race it's a violation of eeoc roles i mean what what about university while they're doing the same thing near deir engaging in racism and they're violating eeoc rules it's the same with most police departments of fire departments for that matter the hiring based on race and sex not based upon quality so i think you need to understand ler certain point that just because it looks good in a recruiting book does that mean it's better for the police department the fire department or in this case the judicial department thank you for the call i disagree with you hardly wabc edwin what's the topic line number six go ahead please eu you may go you were talking about the dream and and and about god and the challenge he proposed to you and i was thinking that was saying wait a minute weapons got ask that question the bible says he's the alphand you'll make us mills the beginning of yes so uh i think he would that voice needed to be much well the voice said to me laura i don't remember who said what but i fear the determination of my editing of these journal's of my own going back to 1963 and i'm almost finished with them in a lengthy ruling process of looking back and i right in such pictographic clarity that every event going back to those years israel to me as you are right now i can remember it to the.
"eeoc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In an apartment she's the lead attorney for the los angeles in los angeles for the equal equal employment opportunity commission and that's the agency then forces sexual harassment in the workplace led sees says that the eoc cannot bring criminal charges against alleged perpetrators why is that that's right there copy several very ear tablet it took um you know just to get sexual harassment to be included within the spectre live discriminatory workplace behaviour that in and of itself took a long time and um and but the eohr's he's charges strictly an only been always civil it's civil you can only sue civilly so they cannot go beyond the scope um in the way that you know the doj and other government ages agencies can pursue criminal cases the eeoc is limited only to civil cases what they go ahead did you see what's legal recourse she could pursue uh what in apart could or what yes yes yes uh it yes they they always i mean they're very aggressive in their civil investigation um and they do you know when they're doing investigation they always look to see if there has been a police report filed if there are any criminal charges associated with the cases they're investigating they they are limited on and that's where they try to very aggressively pursue when they can class action lawsuit so that they can um so that they can reveal a pattern of abuse uh within companies and so that they can hold companies accountable s out way um they they really don't do uh or they do but they try not to do went off cases because they really like to be really professional for to look for patterns of eu because if the companies can address this usually with a change in policy with consent decrees i mean outside of monetary settlements there are um that our policy changes that they are able to successfully make with their lawsuits you're listening to death altered in about the new frontline documentary rape on the night shift on jumping keeper this midday and wnyc later on in the show jennifer levi supervising attorney for the legal aid society and staff attorney cat myers talk about east harlem rezoning and the flaws in the way the city nesin's tenant displacement plus nick hark away on his fourth novel noman you're listening to midday on wnyc will be right back after a break embattled inbound support.
"eeoc" Discussed on WDRC
"Were being retaliated against which can be can in its very broad definition a legally speaking it's any m verse action that accompany takes against an employee because he or she filed a complaint about harassment or discrimination adverse aggregate adverse action can include actions like firing me employee given a negative evaluations a demoting them reassigning them reducing their pay what are you saying specifically when you said they're doing things i note clear a can co coerce other employees to um distance themselves from you they can isolate you they can um changer job duties in such a way that you're given an assignment that is beneath your um there are jobdescription um they can make your life really really miserable overwhelmed by those kinds of things for you had your out you rebel search was harassment or protection against retaliation doesn't just a party you if you wildwood complaint it also applies and anyone who participates in that whole investigation that came out of the complaint that means that employees who were interviewed regarding from playing cannot be retaliated against um you have all kind of uganda the eeoc yes an and nothing they did not find any retaliation because i did not suffer any damage it both were you keep cern there was no adverse action there was no adverse action that was apply to me because of the of the uh complaint so you're saying you just didn't work the where you were treated after you file would comply well i'm not saying that i just didn't like it i mean it is very very difficult to remain and nm to remain employed with that organization if they're treating you because uh like that because you sleeping out work out uh by changing your job to scripts that i mean your job duties um uh taking um away a lot of your um responsibility potential return they changed your job home occurred what else do you still get paid isolate yes and that's the thing you do it you feel how a job you are still they're working um as an employee but things are different you're not mostly away in it yeah thought you brute women let me say this uh at the risk of bring redubbed you have protections under the you'll see employers were scared to death to heaven eeoc investigation occur in their workplace i've seen it a hundred times you.
"eeoc" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"Dick skin i hear you really need to be in there for the long how on he said he goes i don't know if i want this presidential see i don't know what the company was that was the conversation viewers avidly i guess with his wife for family that was sitting there and it that it was really interesting listening to his take on that you know why do i want to take action if ada he goes then i'd be sitting in the office and i will be here at volleyball game on the beach exactly and i was really interested buford it's an interesting observation and it's a good one um it's i think the other thing is you know is this two pieces that also one is i find like my time aghoul um to be promoted a global you must already be doing the work of the position you want to be promoted into solar meanwhile you can't give up you can't kinda like not do what you're supposed to be doing it requires a lot of extra work a lot of extratime um and that is in no usually at the expense of your other hobbies your family so something you know got really want it right when you get there um like i said you know it can be lonely and it's not it's not less work it's more work it is more where a guy now i guess i i was in his eeoc and yeah it's it's lonely and you're sitting there and you know but he's doing their thing in in it's like i can get his to here i gotta keep working you know we gotta make sure you looked at the bottom line making in undoing has to be doing so yeah i get that i totally get that and i would still be there if it weren't for.
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"Wall gum verbal visual or physical conduct of a sexual nature then is severe or pervasive and affects the working conditions and the workplace central center sex discrimination is regulated by the equal employment opportunity commission they say the right to sue under the eeoc allows complaints we know claim of sex discrimination court claims and typically heard by federal courts since anti sex discrimination walls are federal loss now somebody could say well wait a second this will go to court you know we had a movie on it was it was a movie and the puree is not going to side with you know this person nobody likes this person at word they'll take my side they'll be like oh this is ridiculous are they'll throw it out now not entirely your jury is not always of your peers k and whoever is taking the case for sowing they can make it look like a whole they could turn something that appears innocence ansa something that's vicious and they can say let's just say for example you might have had a thumping with her a while back let's say of water cooler at the victim going you advocate rub enough against her this whole time and it needed let this movie upi what did i go above against i what advantage into her the hallway as we were added rupp up against her what and you know it's it's it's really frustrating because you don't think god we've made progress in sexual harassment and i very is dino like the equal employment opportunity commission or these these you.
"eeoc" Discussed on WREK
"Same grip of this the obama way out a years stations with respect we'll have comprehensive to the friend coverage of the court of brief trump's tweeted filed military by the justice trans department ban in the workplace later bias on lawsuit most of these same the case this began way in out 2010 stations that's with respect when donald to the friend sarda of the court brief a skydiving filed by instructor the justice department filed in suit the against workplace his bias employer lawsuit altitude express the case began in 2010 charging that his firing that's for when being donald gay sarda violated provisions in the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four that bans sex discrimination legal observers expressed surprise that the justice department brief was filed at all the equal employment opportunity commission normally ways in on discrimination cases involving private employers in fact the appeals court had asked only the eeoc and not the justice department for its opinion the commission and a few lower courts in recent years concluded that the civil rights act ban on sex discrimination should be interpreted as including protections based on sexual orientation but the justice department said in its brief this week that courts should deny those protections to gays and lesbians by contrast equality activists in china are celebrating the first ever court ruling siding with a transgender person in a workplace discrimination lawsuit the twenty nine year old plaintiff known only as mr c announced on july 27th that as a court discrimination in the southwestern lawsuit city of the kwy twenty young nine year old plaintiff ruled that his known rights only were as violated mr c when his employer announced fired him on in july 2015 27th because of his that gender a court identity in the southwestern mr city of seat kwy charged young that seeming ruled checkup that his rights health were violated services when company his employer sacked fired him him in for 2015 wearing men's because clothes of his gender he identity said his supervisors mr told c him that charged he that looked seeming like checkup a lesbian a health and would damage services company the company's reputation sacked him for wearing men's experts clothes on labour line he said gender his issues supervisors reportedly told him that he testified on mr sees behalf looked like a lesbian in and finding would damage four the mr company's see reputation the.