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Facebook revoked its internship offer to Harvard student Aran Khanna after Khanna released Marauder's Map, a location-tracking Chrome extension.
Facebook revoked an internship offer to a Harvard student after he launched a controversial Chrome extension that showed your Facebook friends' location down to the nearest meter.
Marauder's Map, named after a magical location-tracking map in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books, highlighted where your friends were, provided those friends also used Messenger on their phones. At that point, Messenger automatically shared users' locations with anyone they messaged.
For the few days in May when it worked, Marauder's Map was a Facebook stalker's dream. When I used it, I could track a friend who was in Palo Alto for meetings down to the exact building.
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Trump’s Budget Could Cut 200,000 Federal Jobs
Annalyn Kurtz Mar 16, 2017
Civil servants might want to start sending out their resumes to the private sector.
President Donald Trump’s budget proposal, released early Thursday, could lead to between 100,000 and 200,000 cuts to federal civilian jobs, Mark Zandi, chief economist for Moody’s Analytics, told Fortune.
At its worst, that’s a 9% cut to civil servant jobs, not including the postal service, which is an independent agency and exempted from the general budget process.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are about 2.2 million civilian jobs in the federal government, excluding the mailing agency, making up about 1.5% of all jobs in the United States.
Already, civil servant jobs are near historic lows. They accounted for 2% of U.S. jobs in the early 1990s and between 3% and 4% of U.S. jobs in the 1960s
Now to be clear, budgets must be passed by both houses of Congress, and the specifics are bound to change through that process. Republican lawmakers including Senator Lindsey Graham have already raised issues with the cuts to the State Department and foreign aid, calling the budget “dead on arrival.”
Trump’s budget proposal released Thursday calls for a $54 billion increase in defense spending, paid for by cuts in other discretionary non-defense spending. Budgets for the Environmental Protection Agency, as well as the departments of State, Agriculture and Labor would each be slashed more than 20%.
The proposal also calls for the government to eliminate funding for 19 agencies including the National Endowment for the Arts and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.http://fortune.com/2017/03/16/trumps-budget-could-cut-200000-federal-jobs/
Trump today: Live updates on health care, Gorsuch, the FBI and Russia
By Daniella Diaz and Amanda Wills, CNN
Updated 8:35 AM ET, Tue March 21, 2017