Pluralistic: Prison-tech is a brutal scam – and a harbinger of your future (14 Feb 2024)


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Pluralistic: The enshittification of garage-door openers reveals a vast and deadly rot (09 Nov 2023)


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Pluralistic: Union pensions are funding private equity attacks on workers (05 Oct 2023)


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Pluralistic: Private equity plunderers want to buy Simon & Schuster (08 August 2023)


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Pluralistic: Private equity ghouls have a new way to steal from their investors (20 July 2023)


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Pluralistic: The long lineage of private equity's looting (02 June 2023)


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Pluralistic: Private equity finally delivered Sarah Palin's death panels (26 Apr 2023)


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Pluralistic: Rural towns and poor urban neighborhoods are being devoured by dollar stores (27 Mar 2023)


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Pluralistic: The antitrust Twilight Zone (16 Dec 2022)


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Pluralistic: 21 Nov 2022 Universities secretly sold their students to online casinos


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