The pimping charges Krell helped bring against Backpage's CEO and founders were twice thrown out of court.
In the name of fostering innovation and choice, the bill would accomplish neither.
It's the strangest, most meta sequel of the year.
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Gov. Greg Abbott attacks First Amendment rights in the name of defending them.
Meet the new hype cycle about new tools for online decentralization.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar wants to put HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra, the former California attorney general with a reputation for being a partisan hack, in charge of "health disinformation" online.
The latest bill to “fight big tech” could turn your online experience into a miserable slog.
"The plaintiffs failed to make out a plausible claim that the Pulse massacre was an act of 'international terrorism' as that term is defined in the ATA."
Upstart competitors can’t hope to match the resources required to compile a list of banned individuals and organizations.
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"A key part of the control in Cuba is keeping people afraid, keeping them isolated from one another," says Henken. The internet has mitigated this.
A new bill introduced by Council Member Ben Kallos would require landlords to provide broadband internet. It would also forbid them from passing on the costs of internet service to tenants.
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The Reason senior editor argues that attempts to break up tech giants and rein in social media are based on flawed arguments.
Being jerks is just the way some people try to make themselves feel dominant.
The defendants are not on trial for child sex trafficking, yet prosecutor Reggie Jones wouldn't stop talking about it.
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A federal judge says an anti-porn group's suit against Twitter can move forward, in a case that could portend a dangerous expansion of how courts define "sex trafficking."
Powerful companies attempting to get government agencies to suppress competition means consumers could lose out.
"The Cuban people are not asking for military intervention."
It is the equivalent of mandating that all new homes come with at least five bathrooms.
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The comedian and podcaster talks about running for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination and his beef with Reason.
Virtual Access to Doctors During the Pandemic Changed the Lives of Patients With Disabilities. Now That Care Is in Jeopardy.
Telemedicine opened up new possibilities for patients with disabilities and chronic conditions.
Historic protests enabled by social media and cellphone footage are threatening to finally end Castro's revolutionary regime.
Demonstrators are making themselves heard via Facebook, Signal, and other platforms. Is that enough to overthrow an authoritarian regime?
The ION project promises to give individual users absolute control over their online identity and privacy.
Florida's Social Media Bill Was Supposed To Protect 'Free Speech.' A Judge Says It Violates the First Amendment.
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Supreme Court Won't Hear Case Challenging Massachusetts' Income Tax on Telecommuters Who Don't Live or Work in Massachusetts
The Court left increasingly urgent questions about taxing remote workers up in the air.
The only thing FOSTA has done is chill speech and make catching sex traffickers more difficult.
Taken together, these six measures would have a major impact on the way we shop, chat, and otherwise go about our business online.
In many professional arenas, Wu's swings and misses would have consequences. In Wu's case, it landed him an advisory role in the Biden administration.
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The law would make a federal case out of every aggrieved internet user and compel companies to host messages they do not wish to platform.