Microsoft has issues with women who don't want good karma
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Huge numbers of complaints about gender discrimination or sexual harassment

Software King of the World Microsoft, whose boss said that women would get bad karma if they were aggressive about getting money for their work, is suffering from a wave of internal complaints about gender discrimination or sexual harassment.

UK wants tech companies to sign a diversity charter
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Already 150 have agreed

The UK government wants tech giants to commit to interviewing more women for new roles, amid widespread concerns over the lack of diversity in the technology industry.

Microsoft sued for discriminating against women
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This is fast getting out of control

The outfit whose CEO once said women could obtain good karma for taking lower salaries than men is being sued in a court case which is getting bigger by the day.

Google makes pitiful excuses for underpaying women
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Handmaiden's tale

Search engine Google has come up with a truly pitiful reason for treating women employees like second class citizens – it can’t search the data.

Facebook more likely to reject code made by women
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Being a Facebook engineer is a Handmaiden's tale 

According to The Wall Street Journal, female engineers who work at Facebook may face gender bias that prevents their code from being accepted at the same rate as male counterparts.

Apple fanboys force women to smile
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Apple's way to "fix" women

It appears that the fruity cargo cult, Apple managed to offend half the population yesterday by insisting that a woman who was pouting was not beautiful and needed software to "fix her face" to force her look pretty by smiling.

Scientists find that sexist gamers are pants players
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Being a poor player makes you a jerk

Some interesting research about gamers who hassle women suggests that the worst offenders are not good at playing the games.

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Unfair survey implication of the century