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Safety

UK waters down online restrictions after free speech outcry – Associated Press

Image Courtesy of DepositPhotos The British government on Monday abandoned a plan to force tech firms to remove internet content that is harmful but legal, after the proposal drew strong criticism from lawmakers and civil liberties groups. The U.K. has watered down its Online Safety Bill, an ambitious but controversial attempt to crack down on

Ben Shapiro

Opinion: The Left’s Cynical ‘Speech Is Violence’ Ploy – Ben Shapiro

This week, another evil mass shooter unleashed horror at a gay club in Colorado Springs, killing 5 and wounding another 25. The shooter — whose name I refuse to mention in order to dis-incentivize future shooters, who seek notoriety — was clearly mentally ill: Just last year, the shooter reportedly threatened his mother with a

Opinion

Opinion: Musk’s Twitter Takeover is Democracy in Action – Inside Sources

Last month, internet billionaire Elon Musk completed his highly anticipated acquisition of Twitter. Many users see Musk as a threat that could upend social media as we know it, especially if his promises to transform the platform into a “common digital public square” comes to pass. But contrary to the claims made by the #StopToxicTwitter coalition and

Domestic extremists

Feds, tech fall short on watching extremists, Senate says – Associated Press

The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security are failing to adequately monitor domestic extremists, according to a new Senate report that also faulted social media platforms for encouraging the spread of violent and antigovernment content. The report, issued Wednesday by the Senate Homeland Security panel, called on federal law enforcement to reassess its overall

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