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Tegrit headquarters in Livonia. (Photo: Tegrit )
Peter Marsack, chief operating officer of Tegrit, a company that handles public pension administration software, said the actions of his team members spoke much louder than words during 2020.
“It’s easy for people to say they are caring or passionate about their careers and it’s easy to speak about your fundamental principles, but to see it in action is another thing,” said Marsack, whose Livonia-based company earned the No. 2 spot among small companies in the Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces competition. “I was already proud of our team and that increased tenfold as I watched them work their magic.”
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Well, we had another hearing with the platform CEOs.
The dream with this sort of thing is that Congress shows up with a full command of the issues, and asks the CEOs good-faith questions about matters of policy and law. And then I’d come along at the end of the day to walk you through the more provocative questions and productive answers, and gesture at what likely policy outcomes we could expect from this exercise in representative democracy.
But “Does Section 230’s Sweeping Immunity Enable Big Tech Bad Behavior?,” a hearing of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, was not that kind of exercise. The word “sham” got kicked around a lot, especially by the participants. “Stunt,” too. Some of the Democrats declined to ask any questions at all.
It was not the first of these. In April 2018, House Republicans organized a hearing to investigate why the