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Spotify jumps on the anti-white-supremacy bandwagon, pun intended

The domino theory in tech seems to go like this: If one company takes a stand, the others will all follow suit. We are now seeing this happen with white supremacist online content, which, in the wake of the deadly Charlottesville rally, is being blacklisted by numerous tech organizations. Today Spotify confirmed that it would take down bands … Continue reading “Spotify jumps on the anti-white-supremacy bandwagon, pun intended” The domino theory in tech seems to go like this: If one company takes a stand, the others will all follow suit.
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