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One Degree Friday February 10 2023

Former Twitter employee found guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia

A former Twitter employee suspected of spying on behalf of Saudi Arabia was found guilty, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. The employee, U.S. resident Ahmad Abouammo, was also convicted by a jury of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, falsifying records and money laundering. He faces up to 20 years in prison.


SocialPacific Digital Marketing Conference is Coming to Vancouver

The team that created Canada’s premier series of digital marketing conferences is bringing their event, SocialPacific to Vancouver this March! The SocialPacific Digital Marketing Conference is a must-attend experience for brands, agencies, and marketers.

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Government of Canada helps youth build the digital skills they need for the evolving digital economy

Canada needs to continue building a strong workforce that is able to adapt to changes in the way we work and do business. Investing in Canadian youth is an essential part of the Government of Canada’s efforts to support an increasingly digital economy and prepare workers for new jobs in emerging industries. That is why the government is helping youth develop the skills and gain the experience they need to successfully transition into the labour market.


Google wants to make it easier for others to make powerful mixed reality experiences with the official release of a new Google Cloud tool, Immersive Stream for XR. The tool lets you scan a QR code or click a link to access a mixed reality experience, and behind the scenes, Google Cloud GPUs will host, render, and stream those experiences to your device, according to a blog post.


Workspace of the Month: Inside Vancouver’s Hip Co-working Space, Werklab

Situated on an industrial stretch of Venables Street in Vancouver’s Strathcona neighbourhood, Werklab may look unassuming from the outside with its gray-blue exterior. But inside, the co-working space is an oasis amid whirring factories—a cool and serene refuge filled with plants and lounge chairs where tech start-ups, freelancers and local business owners get work done.


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