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Stephanie Arosen Nov 18
The Oklahoma City bombing was caused by a truck that was packed with explosives on April 19th, 1995. Approximately 168 citizens were killed. The bomber was an anti-government militant. #335
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CloneZilla Reviews Nov 19
Does anybody remember Godzilla Heritage? It is a real shame that the project isn't talked about that often anymore since Toho intervened.
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DonLog Nov 25
#Pg337#controlling the press@@ProfBarron I think the press should be held to a higher standard, to tell the truth.
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LCCCStudent_Flurer Nov 26
Student Rights at School: Six Things You Need To Know. #341
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Austin Watson Apr 10
#349 Appears there is some good news about net neutrality...many states fighting to keep old rules. Still a perplexing topic...eagerly awaiting PA's decision.
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Brandon Haldeman Nov 12
On of the most important fair trails in US was the Oklahoma City Bombing case in 1995. Which resulted the deaths of 168 victims especially numerous of children.
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DonLog Nov 19
, , 345, and Fairuse Under Barbara Ringer, the length of copyright was increased from the original twenty eight years to fifty years after creator's death for individual copyright.
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zachary gerhart 14 Nov 17
Sen. Al Franken, and other Senators from both sides of the aisle have begun putting pressure on tech companies to follow the same guidelines as ISPs. #349
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Stephanie Arosen Nov 25
The Alien and Sedition Acts were signed into law by President Adams. The laws included deporting foreigners and making it harder for immigrants to vote. They also punished anyone who publisbes fake news or scandalous news. #327
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Malcolm Testman 5 Nov 17
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Lisa Conte Apr 9
Net neutrality is such a currently relevant and urgent topic. With all the talk, this article really clearly explains the concepts, and answers some basic questions. #349
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Jacob B Nov 19
The USA does not have a federal shield law that protects journalists from having to give up their sources. How much freedom does the press realy have?
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Stephanie Arosen Nov 13
Shield laws are laws that protect journalists from having to testify in court. This article is about an issue that happened between a journalist and the law and how it all started.
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Aidan Daley Nov 19
Tim Cook, not a fan of regulation but realizes that a free market doesn’t work.
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Daniel Gagliardi 15 Nov 17
There is no privacy in being private online anymore.
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Zion Schellenberg 14 Nov 17
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Aidan Daley Nov 26
Senetors found out that mobile providers such as AT&T, Verizon, T-mobile are throttling video streaming to sell more expensive plans which Net Neutrality was supposed to prevent
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attie Apr 16
A super interesting dispute around a short film reimagining of beloved icon Mister Rogers and whether or not the creator is violating fair use agreements with his Youtube series reinventing many other childhood heroes:
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DonLog Nov 19
, I find it sickening how origanizations want to bend the laws of our country to suit their own needs. If we used the laws that are already on the country's books, it would solve allot of problems.
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Dankmemesmeltsteelbeams Nov 25
Wheather you consider them journalists or not bloggers now get protection under shield law.
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