Ethical issues are something that I consider when looking for a job. I'm happy that I'm currently working on @Matrix.org, an open communications protocol that allows people to control their own data, rather than relying on corporations that will sell it to others.
We believe the future will be open and decentralised. We enable governments, businesses and individuals to run their own secure communication infrastructure, while interconnecting via the global Matrix network.
You can scroll down to the punchline if you like, but I want to start by thanking the Mozilla community, contributors, industry partners and colleagues alike, for the work everyone has put into this. Hundreds of invested people have weighed in on our hard requirements, nice-to-haves and long term goals, and tested our candidates with an eye not just to our immediate technical and community needs but to Mozilla’s mission, our tools as an expression of our values and a vision of a better future. H...
Horrifying: the injustice here starts with the nonfree software you're required to use with the ironically named "Freestyle Libre" glucose monitor, and leads to the conclusion that Abbott Labs legally owns what amounts to actual parts of your body: