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Mostly law professors, blogging on whatever we please since 2002 · Hosted by The Washington Post, 2014-2017 · Hosted by Reason 2017 · Sometimes contrarian · Often libertarian · Always independent

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  • fizux||

    I also have a telegram bot that posts new articles to this channel:
    t.me/unofficialVolokhConspiracy

    I'm happy to hand off the code if someone wants to make it an official feed.

  • dwb68||

    give me all the posts! Especially the ones I disagree with (maybe I will learn something).

    Honestly, I think social media makes it too easy for people to slice and dice information and stay warm and cozy inside their bubble. What if I only want the posts from 2nd amendment cultists who think machine guns should be mail order and think anything less is completely heretical? What if I want to avoid all the posts from those heretics willing to sacrifice a small pawn to prevent a much larger massacre? Those heretics like ahem, Duane Liptak, Do we have a special twitter feed for the tiny universe of things me and my 2 followers can agree on (ok, one follower is a just bot, but clearly an intelligent one - we know because it is retweeting my best posts).

    But as they say, right or wrong, supply will rise to meet demand.

  • Chem_Geek||

    Expect to be banned soon, for some feigned "violation" of Twitter's shrink-wrap Terms of Service.

    #LearnToCode

  • apedad||

    Yeah, I bet Twitter has some small, light-font comment that says, "We reserve the right to delete any comment for any reason at any time."

    HOW DARE THEY!!!

  • Chem_Geek||

    1. It's not just deleting Tweets, it's locking accounts.
    2. It's HOW DARE THEY DETERMINE WHAT'S PUBLISHED WHILE STILL CLAIMING SECTION 230 IMMUNITY AS A MERE PLATFORM!!!

  • David Nieporent||

    § 230 immunity does not turn on an ICS being a "mere platform," so there's no contradiction there at all.

  • Doug Huffman||

    I have watched VC grow and expand, will it even fit into the Twitter Universe that is too small for me? Beware of Geeks bearing gifts.

  • dwb68||

    Be especially cautious around geeks who own guns. They have a strong grasp of facts and logic and are not susceptible to emotional appeals for prohibition.

  • JohnW in Md||

    Is there a @VolokhBaseball?

  • JonFrum||

    I finally dumped Twitter recently, and I fell much better for it. Not only is it a sewer of invective, but the company itself has sold out to radical ideologues. They'll just have to make their money without my eyeballs helping them.

    Ditto for Gillette and Patreon.

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