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Harrassment

  1. silicon valley
    These Men Were Fired for Harassment and Now They’re Joking About it on LinkedInNope.
  2. tech
    Oh Good, AirDropping Dick Pics to Strangers on the Subway Is a Thing NowThe wonders of technology.
  3. Twitter Reveals New Tactics for Curbing AbuseThe company is reducing the visibility of newly created troll accounts.
  4. hacks
    Leslie Jones Hack Now a Homeland Security CaseThe actress has been a target of online abuse before.
  5. street harrassment
    Colored Helmets Used to Combat Street HarassmentProblem solved!
  6. types of catcalls
    Tatcalling: Your New Form of Street Harassment “Can I see your tattoo?” is the new “Hey Sugartits!”
  7. spy games
    The CIA Isn’t Great at Punishing Employees for HarassmentIt’s hard to hold people accountable when everything is a secret. 
  8. McSweeney’s Cease and Desist, by Jordan LintsMcSweeney’s 849 Valencia St. San Francisco, CA 94110 USA Sept. 1, 2013 Jordan Lints REDACTED REDACTED USA Dear Mr. Lints: We are writing […]
  9. the morning line
    Second Avenue Subway: It’s Coming • The MTA has finally committed to the Second Avenue Subway, signing the $337 million contract with MTA Capital Construction (hey! nepotism!) to build the first leg of the line. Only six to eight months until the tunnel-boring machine revs up. [NYP] • The third cop in the Sean Bell case — Detective Marc Cooper, the one who fired the fewest shots and faces the weakest charges — may get a separate trial. His attorney is mulling a motion to sever. [NYDN] • One imagines working at a Bronx welfare office is depressing enough without being “groped, fondled, tackled, kissed, and spanked” by a supervisor. Even, or perhaps especially, a female supervisor who calls herself “Hurricane.” [WNYC] • Uma Thurman and bizarre hotelier André Balazs have split up. We predict his impending move into the William Beaver house. [amNY] • And the Postal Service is introducing new Zip Codes to the Upper East Side, 10065 and 10075, which means that the iconic 10021 will shrink even further (it will extend only from East 69th to East 76th). The sound you hear is corks popping at the local paperies as thousands of millionaires order new stationery. [NYT]