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How Top Politicians Secretly Helped Uber & Netflix Tech Workers’ Woes

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How Top Politicians Secretly Helped Uber & Netflix Tech Workers’ Woes
By In Plain English • Issue #38 • View online
The Uber Files, a trove of 124,000 records spanning 2013 to 2017, was leaked to The Guardian and shared with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. They show how Uber courted top politicians such as Emmanuel Macron, disrupted Europe’s taxi industry, and avoided justice.
Plus: Once upon a time, Netflix valued honesty, transparency, and feedback from all departments. Tech workers at Netflix, however, now feel that their criticisms are falling on deaf ears.
In addition, we look into how SurveyJS can be used to build interactive and automated patient surveys to elevate the standard of care for patients while remaining HIPAA compliant.
All this and more on this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

Uber Files: Massive Leak Reveals How Top Politicians Secretly Helped Uber
Netflix Tech Workers’ Complaints Are Falling on Deaf Ears
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