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    [OP-ED] The New York Times Announces Section: “At War” to be Shuttered

    Recently, The New York Times announced that “At War”, its section devoted to covering a breadth of wartime perspectives around the world, would be shuttered. The editors of At War were reassigned to cover the presidential election and then will move into other permanent positions sometime afterward. Not only is At War’s shuttering a testimony […] More

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    Twitter, Facebook CEOs Arrogant in Section 230 Hearing; Defensive on Biden Censorship

    In opening statements before the Senate Commerce Committee, Twitter and Facebook CEOs, alongside Google’s Sundar Pichai, claimed that altering the protections under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996, would harm free expression on the internet. Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s CEO, said stripping back Section 230 could “collapse how we communicate on the Internet” […] More

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    New York Section 50a Repeal: First Step to Holding Unionized Public Employees Accountable

    Police officers stand guard during a protest against the death of George Floyd, New York City, June 3, 2020. (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters) Lawmakers in Albany have started to target the apparatus that shields public employees from responsibility for their actions. There’s more still to be done. New York’s legislature has taken an important first step by […] More

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    FCC’s Section 230: GOP Senators Ask for Clarification Over Big Tech Censorship

    Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) speaks during a Senate Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., May 5, 2020. (Andrew Harnik/Reuters) Four Senate Republicans sent a letter to the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) on Tuesday asking for the agency to act on President Trump’s executive order regarding tech censorship by “clearly” defining Section 230 […] More

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    The “Hate Crimes” Section Of Mark Wahlberg’s Wikipedia Page Mysteriously Changed After He Got Dragged For A Black Lives Matter Post

    June 8, 2020 / Posted by: Mieka In case you were wondering, Mark Whalberg is just as committed to solving racial injustice as many of your favorite corporations are. We know this because he’s spent his entire career proving it time and time again by being in Three Kings with Ice Cube that one time. […] More

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