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Internet's Worst Stalker Site, Big Tech Hiring Loses Steam

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Internet's Worst Stalker Site, Big Tech Hiring Loses Steam
By In Plain English • Issue #51 • View online
Tech giants like Google and Meta, once known for their “rapid hiring, luxurious perks, and corporate cultures of abundance”, are now taking their feet off the gas - cutting back on employee perks and rapidly reducing the pace of hiring.
Plus: Kiwi Farms, the internet’s “most notorious stalker site”, is finally being taken down.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

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