In one way at least, Kate Quirke is unique: she is the lone woman heading a company on the ASX's new 46-firm All Tech Index. But it's not something that makes her happy or proud.
Google has admitted that YouTube is far too big for it to clean up the site and remove every bit of harmful content.
Ride-sharing platform Shebah is turning to equity funding to raise up to $3 million to fund the next phase of its growth ahead of launching in New Zealand this year.
Thousands of Google employees at offices in Asia, Europe and North America have staged a brief walkout on Thursday US time, to protest against sexism, racism and the lack of checks on executive power in the company.
YouTube has announced further restrictions on the use of the site beyond the existing rules for striking channel owners off when videos deemed unsuitable are uploaded, in a clear indication that all the steps it has taken over the last 10 months to sanitise the platform have not had the desired effect.
Three former women employees of Google have filed a class-action lawsuit against the company, alleging they were paid less than their male counterparts who had similar roles.
Facebook is altering its policies on posts and images that make light of rape and violence against women, after heavy pressure from online activists.
A long-time member of the FOSS community believes that men need to do much more about increasing the participation of women in the community and improving their experience of being part of the community.
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