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Moody v. NetChoice, LLC
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Moody v. NetChoice, LLC

The Court considered whether the Florida and Texas state laws regulating large internet platforms violated the First Amendment. In a 9-0 decision the judgments of ... Read More
Twitter, Inc. v. Taamneh
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Twitter, Inc. v. Taamneh

The Supreme Court protects media platforms against accusations of“aiding and abetting” terrorist attacks. The Court ruled that platforms are not responsible for their failure to ... Read More
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear a Challenge to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act
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Supreme Court Agrees to Hear a Challenge to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

On October 3, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed to hear a case, Gonzalez v. Google, concerning Section 230 of the Communications Decency ... Read More
Congress Can Protect the First Amendment by Holding Big Tech Accountable
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Congress Can Protect the First Amendment by Holding Big Tech Accountable

The First Amendment enshrines fundamental freedoms so core to our democracy that they must be honored. But the First Amendment has limits, and non-government entities ... Read More
The Year In Review: Our Top Posts of 2018
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The Year In Review: Our Top Posts of 2018

As we head into the new year, we wanted to look back at some of the interesting things we learned in 2018. Over the course ... Read More
Twitter Poet Makes Sharing News an Art Form
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Twitter Poet Makes Sharing News an Art Form

News overload isn’t all bad; it has forced our industry to get creative. We have excellent new podcasts coming out regularly, young journalists who are ... Read More
5 Answers with Brian Manzullo, Detroit Free Press
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5 Answers with Brian Manzullo, Detroit Free Press

The Detroit Free Press has garnered attention for its hip and snarky Twitter account.They strike the perfect balance between lambasting the Lions’ terrible start to ... Read More
Statement: Twitter’s New Political Advertising Policy
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Statement: Twitter’s New Political Advertising Policy

We are pleased that Twitter’s new political advertising policy recognizes the role of journalism as the “fourth estate” of civic society, rather than as political ... Read More
Social Video Successes Prove Streaming Is Here to Stay
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Social Video Successes Prove Streaming Is Here to Stay

Every good news organization has some way of reaching its audience when they’re on-the-go. There are tweets and push notifications and app updates. But there ... Read More
How To: Craft the Right Social Media Guidelines for Your Newsroom
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How To: Craft the Right Social Media Guidelines for Your Newsroom

Just as most companies have employee codes of conduct and standards, many are now crafting similar codes for employees’ online behavior. Coming up with the ... Read More
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