CEO Pay Gaps Are Growing

The easiest way to define pay inequality is looking at how much a CEO is paid compared to the amount their employees are paid. The excessive amount that CEOs are paid not only matters because of general inequality, but it affects the entire pay structure within a company. The money that the CEO is being paid comes from the same place that everyone else’s’ pay is coming from as well.

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The Role of Cyber Warfare in the Ruso-Ukrainian Conflict

Russia invading Ukraine in late February of this year marked the first major military conflict on European soil in almost 60 years. This gap in time combined with the vast influx of globalization and innovative technology that took place in that stretch has meant that wars of the past look vastly different than wars – and the response from related allies – look today.

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There’s a Thin Line in Online Censorship

On one hand, some expect these social media companies to act as a sort of pseudo-governmental authority who ardently follow the tenets of free speech. On the other, when instances of abuse or violence occur on or through their sites, questions immediately begin being asked about how much the responsibilities should lay at their feet to prevent these tragedies from occurring.

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What’s Going on With California’s Net Neutrality?

In 2015, the first order to follow Net Neutrality regulations was passed in California by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In 2017, the FCC repealed this regulation, reestablishing zero-rating, and allowing data sponsorship programs. The court ruled that the Net Neutrality Act was an “overreach of authority”. Since then, the order has been reinstated and has subsequently become a state law, which was passed in 2018.

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