As the Congressional Research Service has explained in a report for federal lawmakers and their staffs, lawsuits predicated on a website’s decision to remove content largely fail. That’s because the free speech protections set out in the First Amendment generally apply only to when a person is harmed by an action of the government. … [Read more...] about Explainer: Can social media companies boot Trump? Yes.
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It’s a shame so many people will see this as a “at least it’s not Josh McDaniels” hire bc I honestly think Sirianni is a solid offensive mind capable of being a good coach. … [Read more...] about ‘Strombolis For Sirianni’: Social Media Reacts To Philadelphia Eagles’ Reported New Head Coach Nick Sirianni
“Insightful voices have long expressed concern about the risk that original investigative reporting in newspapers and television, radio and web newscasts is being replaced by a reportage that adheres to a standard, often tendentious narrative,” the pontiff states. “This approach is less and less capable of grasping the truth of things and the concrete lives of people, much less the more serious social phenomena or positive movements at the grass roots level.” … [Read more...] about Pope Francis: Saint Paul Would Have Used ‘Email and Social Messaging’
Chinese state-run media condemned Twitter and Facebook’s censorship of President Donald Trump last week, suggesting that the U.S., which is generally thought to represent democracy, isn’t democratic, according to a New York Times report. “The banning of the US president’s social media account for ‘risks of further incitement of violence’ shows that freedom of speech does indeed have boundaries in every society,” Chinese state-run Global Times editor-in-chief Hu Xijin wrote. While state media used the purge to say that free speech doesn’t exist in the U.S., Chinese social media websites, usually quick to ban posts that criticize the Chinese Communist Party, allowed users to openly criticize American censorship, The New York Times reported. Chinese state-run media, known for its censorship of dissenting viewpoints, pointed to Big Tech’s banning of President Donald Trump as evidence that there is no country with truly free speech. … [Read more...] about Chinese State Media Suggests US Big Tech Censorship Proves Free Speech Is Unattainable
With this in place, an online game could tell a remote asset server information such as how much bandwidth it had, what its screen resolution was, and so on, and be sent a set of resources that were appropriate. So, for example, a system with a slow Internet connection could be sent simpler models and lower resolution textures, in order to load quickly. … [Read more...] about Mozilla making the Web a gaming platform with Unreal 3 engine in a browser