A new lawsuit filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court on behalf of a current Activision Blizzard employee has raised fresh allegations of sexual harassment and gender discrimination at the publisher, also accusing it of retaliation after the employee publicly spoke out about her experiences at the company in December.
According to the lawsuit, as reported by Bloomberg Law, the employee - referred to only as Jane Doe - started work as a senior administrative assistant to executives in Activision Blizzard's IT department in 2017. It's claimed Doe was often pressured to drink alcohol at the company, was subjected to sexual comments about her appearance and clothing, was subjected unwelcome physical touching and attempts to kiss her, and that women were routinely made to participate in "cube crawls" where they experienced sexual comments and groping.
sSuncity Group is finding its financial situation increasingly thinner. The casino investor and junket operator is already dealing with a number of problems, but a Vietnamese subsidiary defaulting on a loan makes matters worse. Suncity has lost a lot of the traction it built over the past decades as a result of the arrest of […]
By FintechNews staff The Internet of Things (IoT) has grown exponentially in a very short period of time. Smart gadgets, although being relatively new, are omnipresent in business and consumer spheres, and they show no indications of slowing down. The use of data-driven and data-acquiring solutions, networks and devices are no longer a luxury but […]
A Corpus Christi, Texas man who pleaded guilty this week to operating two illegal gambling establishments has another problem. He also admitted to conspiring to steal $2.1 million dollars worth of sensitive military equipment from the US Army. This included laser range finders, thermal scopes, night vision scopes, night vision goggles, and laser-aiming devices, according […]
Intro The SafetyDetectives cybersecurity team uncovered a data exposure affecting the Japanese medical Q&A service Doctors Me. Doctors Me is a website that provides customers with on-demand access to professional medical advice. An Amazon S3 bucket owned by the company was left open without proper access authorization and authentication controls in place, exposing sensitive data for […]
D-ID, the Israeli company leveraging artificial intelligence to create unique, viral experiences like “Deep Nostalgia,” which animates the faces of long-lost relatives in your old photos, announced today the raise of a $25 million Series B round of funding led by Macquarie Capital. Read more here.
Amazon Search’s vision is to enable customers to search effortlessly. Our spelling correction helps you find what you want even if you don’t know the exact spelling of the intended words. In the past, we used classical machine learning (ML) algorithms with manual feature engineering for spelling correction. To make the next generational leap in […]