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Ask Ellen Pao Your Questions About Online Disinformation and Reining In Big Tech

Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter. This Thursday, February 10, Mother Jones reporter Ali Breland is hosting a special online discussion with Ellen Pao about reining in disinformation, the prospect of new regulations targeting powerful platforms, and how we can build better online spaces.

'Hold More Men Accountable': Ellen Pao on What Silicon Valley Should Learn from Elizabeth Holmes's Conviction

Silicon Valley is full of charismatic, high-flying start-up founders like former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes, but very few of them are women. Shady dealings and even outright fraud also are not unknown in the tech industry, but high-profile prosecutions of executives — like the one that led to Holmes's conviction on four counts of fraud this week — are relatively rare.

Ellen Pao: Meritocracy in tech is a myth

The “biggest myth” about working in the tech industry is that it’s based on a meritocracy. So says Ellen Pao, the former Reddit CEO and venture capitalist, who is urging companies to take another look at how inclusive their workplaces really are as communities around the world grapple with a rise in anti-Asian hate.

Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao on remote work and harassment

Ellen Pao, former Reddit CEO and Project Include CEO, joins 'Squawk Alley' to discuss how a Project Include study found that remote work had exacerbated harassment, hostility, workplace pressure and anxiety. She also shares potential solutions CEOs can take to address these findings.