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VA Dems Want To Make Bipartisan Election Oversight A 'Hate Crime'
SB 364 arrives as Democrats push the narrative that conservatives are a threat to democracy at large and election workers in particular. Read More.
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Deepfake Scammers Stage Bogus Conference Videocall and Steal $25 Million From Multinational Company in Hong Kong
Deepfakes are developing to be a real security hazard for individuals and companies, as we’ve come to the point when people can hardly believe in their eyes and ears anymore. Read More.
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Substack's no-platforming climbdown isn't 'censorship,' but it's still a bad idea
In January of 2022, Lulu Cheng-Meservey — at the time, vice president of Communication for Substack, though she’s since moved on to a similar role at Activision Blizzard — wrote […] Read More.
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Florida Bill Attempts to Make Accusations of "Transphobia" or "Racism" More Easily Liable For Defamation
A potentially precedent-setting bill has been proposed in the Florida Senate that could redefine defamation language surrounding terms such as “transphobic,” “homophobic,” “racist,” or “sexist.” The bill, labeled SB 1780 Read More.
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Hohmann: Biden Regime Expanding Intrusive Facial Recognition Scans to All 430 'Federalized' Airports
Guest post by Leo Hohmann – republished with permission A bipartisan group of Senators has introduced a bill to prevent the expansion of this program citing an invasion of privacy, but TSA launches it anyway Despite complaints from several members of Congress from both parties, Joe Biden’s Transportation Security Administration is moving forward with plans to expand facial-recognition technology at 430 U.S. Read More.
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Court: Social media blocking by St. Louis official violated constitutional rights
(The Center Square) – Former St. Louis Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed, now serving a prison sentence for an unrelated fraud charge, violated a constituent’s constitutional rights when he Read More.
Watch: Mark Zuckerberg stands up and apologizes to victims of social media after Senators accused him of endangering children
Zuckerberg was rebuked by Senator Josh Hawley who asked him to address the public gallery directly during the hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Read More.
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“Twitter Files” Reporter Matt Taibbi Uncovers Plot To Stop Trump, Democracy Be Damned
In a pair of articles on his Racket News website, “Twitter Files” reporter Matt Taibbi uncovers corrupt, systematic, and longstanding efforts by leading Democrats to stop the election of Donald J. Trump in 2024 or, at a minimum, cripple his presidency before it can get off the ground. Read More.
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'Malicious compliance': Apple accused of weaponizing its App Store to keep control over tech
Developer David Heinemeier Hansson accused Apple of implementing an 'extortion regime' by 'forcing developers to choose between App Store exclusivity and the store terms... or accept a new also-illegal anti-competitive scheme rife with new junk fees.' Read More.
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Musk’s X aims to hire 100 content moderators in Austin by end of year
X is in the process of hiring 100 content moderators for a new office in Austin, Texas that will focus on fighting child abuse content. Read More.
Biden White House ‘Alarmed’ Over Sexually Explicit Taylor Swift AI Photos
The White House says it is “alarmed” over sexually explicit AI-generated images of pop star Taylor Swift circulating on social media. Read More.
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NSA Confirms Purchasing Data on American Citizens' Internet Behavior, Circumventing the Need for Warrants
The NSA’s long history of often legally sketchy mass surveillance continues, despite some of the agency’s activities getting exposed more than a decade ago by whistleblower Edward Snowden. Read More.
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The Media Is Drowning, And No One Cares
 I wish I could say it’s a proper market correction because people were tired of their lies and fake news narratives being published, but it’s not. Read More.
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Senator Josh Hawley, Babylon Bee, and Other Groups Ask the Supreme Court To Favor Florida and Texas Anti-Censorship Laws
Senator Josh Hawley has appealed to the Supreme Court, advocating for an intervention in the censorship by major technology firms, a situation he believes is endangering Americans’ freedom of speech. In a show of support for recently enacted laws in Texas and Florida, which aim to prevent social media companies from censoring content based on political bias, Hawley has filed an official brief with the Court. Read More.
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CISA Admitted 'Risks' Of Vote-By-Mail In Internal Docs From 2020
Emails show CISA was aware of mail-in voting's risks at the same time the agency pushed Big Tech to censor users who raised similar concerns. Read More.

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