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    1616 * [http://www.motherjones.com/media/2014/04/open-internet-closed-to-women Open Internet Closed to Women]. "The Web is regularly hailed for its 'openness' and that's where the confusion begins, since 'open' in no way means 'equal.' While the Internet may create space for many voices, it also reflects and often amplifies real-world inequities in striking ways."
    1717 * [http://switch.sjsu.edu/v6n2/articles/wright.html Contemporary Assumptions on Race and Technology]. Michelle Wright examines the relationship between black people and technology
     18 * [http://www.alternet.org/books/move-fast-break-things-jonathan-taplin-tech-interview?akid=15453.130185.eWAV4j&rd=1&src=newsletter1075876&t=2 Interview with Jonathan Taplin on the Reactionary Vision and Destructive Role of Internet Giants. Google, Facebook and Amazon sometimes spout politically progressive statements but their policies are driven by an Ayn Rand liberterianism that contributes to deepening inequality and social destruction. This interview with an author of a book about just that explains why.