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“From fighting the ‘real names’ policy, to opposing Project Maven, to protesting the egregious, multi-million dollar payouts that have been given to executives who’ve committed sexual harassment, we’ve seen first-hand that Alphabet responds when we act collectively. Our new union provides a sustainable structure to ensure that our shared values as Alphabet employees are respected even after the headlines fade,” said Google Program Manager Nicki Anselmo.
CWA and AT&T will also extend their COVID-19 work from home agreement.
CWA, TURN, and Frontier announced a proposed settlement to resolve the CPUC review of Frontier’s bankruptcy plan, which includes a $1.75 billion investment in infrastructure to improve service quality and fiber deployment to 350,000 locations in the state.
Report finds that Verizon and San Diego’s public-private partnership to build out the city’s 5G network benefits Verizon but fails to hold the company accountable to the citizens of San Diego.
The Moving Forward Act contains strong labor protections and vital funding to expand broadband service.
T-Mobile asked the California Public Utilities Commission to roll back several conditions that the CPUC imposed when approving the company’s merger with Sprint in April.
Over two million customers cut the cord in the first quarter of 2020.
Black and Latino communities are 7 percent less likely to have access to the Internet than white Americans.
CWA and the Freedom from Facebook coalition have long maintained that Facebook has too much power over people’s lives.
AT&T and other corporations have been under scrutiny for failing to follow through on their promises to use their tax windfalls from the Tax Cut and Jobs Act that went into effect in 2018 to create jobs, raise wages, and increase investment in infrastructure.