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As the Israeli military bombed homes, clinics, and schools in Gaza and threatened to push Palestinian families from their homes in Jerusalem May 2021, Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud executives signed a $1.22 billion contract to provide cloud technology to the Israeli government and military. By doing business with Israeli apartheid, Amazon and Google will make it easier for the Israeli government to surveil Palestinians and force them off their land.
> CloudFlare is a fire department that prides itself on putting out fires at any house regardless of the individual that lives there, what they forget to mention is they are actively lighting these fires and making money by putting them out!
A multiethnic, multireligious group of Google employees have gone public with a week of protest actions the company’s Project Nimbus contract with Amazon Web Services and the Israel Defense Forces, set to culminate in a multi-city demonstration.
They hope to pressure the corporate giant into dropping the mammoth $1.2bn contract on moral grounds, arguing that by allowing Israel access to its most sophisticated machine learning and AI technology, Google is enabling crimes against the occupied Palestinian population.
Google manager Ariel Koren announced her resignation on Tuesday after “a pattern of hostility and retaliation” from management, claiming she was presented with an ultimatum – move to Google’s Brazil office or quit – over her efforts lobbying against the project.
A Google spokeswoman dismissed Koren's claims regarding retaliation by management, explaining they had been "thoroughly investigated" and found baseless.
> The new type of USB4 will continue the USB-IF's questionable naming scheme that only its members and a thumbtack-and-string-covered corkboard can truly appreciate. When it's all said and done, it seems you'll be able to find USB-C ports that are USB4 Version 2.0, USB4 Version 1.0, USB 3.2 Gen 2x2, USB 3.2 Gen 2, USB 3.2 Gen 1, or USB 2.0, plus some will opt for Intel Thunderbolt certification. And in the case of USB4 Version 1.0, you'll still need more information to know if the port supports the spec's max potential speed of 40Gbps.