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November 16th, 2022
Child reading mobile device under blanket at night
In the autumn of 2021, the Parents Television and Media Council (PTC) was contacted by the Children’s Screen Time Action Network (CSTAN) regarding their concern for streaming television program content that encouraged children and teens to engage in dangerous conduct.  
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November 7th, 2022
Google logo on computer screen
Empirical research shows Google affected the outcome of the 2016 and 2020 elections in favor of Democrats, and the tech giant “has its digital thumb on the scale” of the current midterms, says Robert Epstein, a Democratic Party voter.
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November 4th, 2022
Poll workers - TCF Center in Detroit, MI
By: Brittany Bernstein – nationalreview.com – November 3, 2022 All eyes will be on nine states this Election Day as voters head to the polls to determine which party will win control of the Senate. The Cook Political Report has the Senate races in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin listed as “toss up” states, while North Carolina and Ohio...
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September 29th, 2022
SCOTUS Supreme Court Bldg behind fence
A staggering 99% of Twitter employees who make political contributions give to Democrats. It’s almost as lopsided at Facebook and Alphabet (the parent company of Google), according to Federal Election Commission records.
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September 26th, 2022
big 4 tech masters3
By: Allysia Finley – wsj.com – September 25, 2022 Social-media stocks have taken a beating this year, but it’s nothing compared with the smack-down their companies have recently received in court. “We reject the idea that corporations have a freewheeling First Amendment right to censor what people say,” the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declared in its Sept. 16...
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September 19th, 2022
california-golden-gate-wildfire-smoke-haze
Last week, California authorities announced an “Energy Emergency” as the world’s fifth-largest economy struggled under the strain of a heat wave.
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September 12th, 2022
facebook-user-illustration
By The Editorial Board – wsj.com – September 20, 2022 The civil case was brought by the Attorneys General of Missouri and Louisiana, who allege that misinformation crackdowns by the tech giants are legally “government action,” since they involve “open collusion” with public officials. In a court filing last week, the AGs posted some of what they have already obtained,...
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September 8th, 2022
kids in school on cellphones
By  Jeremy Adams – DailyWire.com – September 2022 It has taken a while for most thoughtful educators to finally arrive at the conclusion that phones need to be banned in the classroom—no middle ground, no nuance, no appeasement. Classrooms would be transformed overnight and our children might just rediscover what they can achieve if they are not perpetually distracted.  Last week,...
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June 7th, 2022
Virtual Reality goggles Misty reality
In 1974, long before virtual reality (VR) was even a “twinkle in the eye” of most technology researchers, philosopher Robert Nozick introduced a thought experiment called the Experience Machine to illustrate the inadequacy of the philosophy of experiential hedonism.
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June 1st, 2022
Dominion Voting System
Electronic voting machines from a leading vendor have software vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers if the weaknesses are not addressed promptly, according to a report from a top U.S. cybersecurity agency.
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