Matt Lauer has reportedly given up on a ‘comeback’ a year after being fired from ‘Today’ for alleged sexual harassment

Ben Gabbe/Getty Images) Matt Lauer has given up on a “comeback,” according to People. Lauer was fired from NBC’s “Today” show in November 2017 after alleged sexual misconduct, but was reportedly planning to return to TV after finalizing his divorce. He’s since reportedly given up on those plans and has resigned himself to a relatively […]

Judge rejects neo-Nazi’s First Amendment argument in harassment case

Enlarge / Plaintiff Tanya Gersh of Whitefish, Montana. (credit: Dan Chung / Associated Press) When Andrew Anglin isn’t editing his neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer, he organizes harassment campaigns against perceived enemies. One target of an Anglin harassment campaign, Tanya Gersh, sued Anglin last year. On Wednesday, a Montana federal judge dealt Anglin a significant […]

Uber’s new sexual harassment report asks you to play a game in which you match a creepy story with its new categories of inappropriate behaviour

Sergio Perez / Reuters Uber detailed 21 new categories of sexual misconduct and assault it is going to adopt in its reporting. The report outlining the categories contains a “mix-and-match” exercise in which readers match creepy stories of misconduct and assault to the company’s new categories. Uber has come under fire in the past for […]

One of Google’s most powerful female executives says she walked out with staff protesting sexual harassment

Google Google’s Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat is one of the most senior women at the company. She told a conference hosted by The Wall Street Journal that she joined employees walking out two weeks ago in protest at how the firm deals with sexual harassment. The protest ended in Google ditching its requirement for […]

Google updates sexual harassment policies following protest

Google has faced quite a bit of criticism and pushback regarding how it has handled sexual harassment accusations in the past, and thousands of employees walked out of their offices in protest last week. Now, ahead of a company town hall meeting, Google CEO Sundar Pichai has released new policies that will guide how the […]

MPs too? Harassment of female lawmakers widespread in European parliaments, report claims

Psychological pressure, sexual harassment and violence against female MPs and staffers are widespread in parliaments all across Europe, according to a new report by a Council of Europe body. A new study released on Tuesday by the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) claims a vast majority of […]

Airlines Behaving Badly: Drunk Managers, Sexual Harassment and more

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Superhero Bits: Ruby Rose Leaves Twitter After ‘Batwoman’ Harassment, New ‘The Flash’ Suit Debuts & More

What is Sebastian Stan‘s favorite line from the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Want to see how Grant Gustin looks in the final version of the new suit for the upcoming season of The Flash? Why did Ruby Rose leave Twitter after being cast as Batwoman? What’s the final domestic box office count for Marvel’s Black Panther? […]

CBS Addresses Les Moonves Sexual Conduct Allegations and Other Harassment Investigations [TCA 2018]

Kelly Kahl, president of CBS entertainment, gave an executive session before the Television Critics Association knowing full well that a majority of questions would center around the sexual misconduct allegations brought against Les Moonves, the Chairman of the Board, President, and Chief Executive Officer of CBS Corporation. The New Yorker published Ronan Farrow’s investigation last […]