Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Intersectionality, and Technology…
Five excellent shareholder resolutions - and why they matter.
The King County Council Committee of the Whole voted 8-0 to advance ordinance 2021-0091, banning use of facial recognition by county government and administrative agencies – including by law enforcement. The final vote is expected on June 2.
The King County Council votes this week on an ordinance to ban governmental use of facial recognition technology.
Links, and occasional tweets, from around the web curated from The Nexus Today - an intermittent seriesUpdate, November 2021: most of the semi-regular "tech news roundups" I did in early 2021 are now hidden. This top story on this one, though, relates to the the Washington privacy battle so I
From the May 5 King County Council "Committee of the Whole" meeting. I’m Jon Pincus, a technologist, entrepreneur, and long-time Bellevue resident. Following up on my comments from two weeks ago, I’d like to highlight a key difference between the proposed King County Ordinance 2021-0091 and the statewide
With less than a week left in the session, the stakes are high!
As Cher says in the 1995 movie Clueless, "It's like a painting, see? From far away, it's okay, but up close, it's a big old mess."
This is the testimony I actually wound up giving at the hearing