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SESTA/FOSTA: The Real Internet Censorship Threat

SESTA/FOSTA: The Real Internet Censorship Threat

  . by Thomas L. Knapp In a particularly Orwellian example of the arguments for “Net Neutrality,” the editorial board of the Los Angeles Times preemptively complained that the Federal Communications Commission’s December 14 repeal of the two-year-old rule “sacrifices the free and open Internet on the altar of deregulation.” In fact, the “free and […]

One Sustainable Tweet at a Time

One Sustainable Tweet at a Time

 . By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   As an individual who depends on the internet for almost all of my information, there are certain words and expressions that crop up every day. Even casually questioning Google, Facebook, or Twitter about these truths is comparable to committing treason or breaking the unwritten rules of PC etiquette. The leftist […]