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CNN Shuts Down Access to Facebook Pages in Australia After Court Ruling Holding Media Outlets Liable for Commenters
This is where government demands to moderate what users say will ultimately lead.
Persuading vaccine objectors is a much better approach than imposing coercive top-down mandates.
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Here’s why Section 230 is so important.
Friday A/V Club: Some people are against concentrated media power. Some just want to bend it to their will.
Do we really need the state to step in over an unfortunate tragedy?
The popular podcaster and comedian on the future of the Libertarian Party, his vaccine hesitancy, and fighting the culture war
The existence of politically biased websites is not a crisis.
From the other side of the world, the regime plots ways to chill free speech.
The Fox News pundit’s emails were probably reviewed legally—and that’s part of the problem.
China’s government emphasizes control over prosperity while a demoralized West offers little opposition.
Why is it so hard for him to just admit he was wrong?
"A lot of what you're seeing as attacks on me quite frankly are attacks on science."
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Teachers union president tries to rebrand as a school-reopener, but parents aren't having it.
There are many other people who deserve such mercy.
Don’t call yourself a supporter of the First Amendment while attempting to punish a media outlet for criticizing you.
"It's very obvious that nobody involved in [the bill] consulted a First Amendment lawyer," says TechFreedom's Berin Szóka.
There is no "fake news" exception to the First Amendment.
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Imagine a world in which media outlets were unable or afraid to post video of police and other authorities acting reprehensibly.
"At some point, a regulation or a law with the absolute best of intentions will be wielded by people who may not have the absolute best of intentions."
From "power poses" to the self-esteem movement to implicit bias tests, Americans are suckers for bad ideas from psychologists.
So far it's crickets from The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Rhetoric around the shootings risks putting massage workers everywhere in more danger.
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Big outlets get subsidies. The government still gets to pick winners and losers.
The governors of New York and California have botched major aspects of the pandemic response.
This tech/media fight down under is not about democracy or monopolies. It’s about ad revenue.
The Atlantic writer says that illiberalism and the urge to shut down debate need to be confronted across the political spectrum.
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It's peak season for terrible ideas from journalists, academics, and politicians about how to combat disinformation and extremism.
The Washington Post Tried To Memory-Hole Kamala Harris' Bad Joke About Inmates Begging for Food and Water
At a time when legacy publications are increasingly seen as playing for one political "team" or the other, this type of editorial decision will not do anything to fix that perception.
Frightening events create openings for attacks on civil liberties.