G/O Media denies the violation of the union agreement, which requires a vote among several executives.
I don't understand. Does the agreement, the violation, or the denial require a vote? And what is the vote on?
I don't think autoplay is opt out rather than in to addict people, I think it is to serve one more ad than videos you watch.
Our first mistake was giving the platforms the right to decide who could speak and what they could say.
Is Cory saying private platforms don't/shouldn't have such a right? (Leaving aside issues around protected classes.) The point is not doing anything to incentivize or implicitly force them to constraint speech.
Oops, comment on wrong post
Elizabeth Warren's plans to break up all of the big internet companies doesn't
plan doesn't or plans don't
I would guess HBO doesn't normally release transcripts of its shows just for free...
Reminder that the only thing that got us federal highways was saber rattling: “in case of atomic attack on our key cities, the road net [would] permit quick evacuation of target areas.” etc etc.
Makes me wonder what it's going to take to get a federal anti SLAPP law.
I think. I don't actually know who Kobe Bryant is.
Black Mama should be Black Mamba?
In Seattle, the title is Councilmember.
Huh, guess it's been a month without.
No retrospective post this week?
In the last year, Wray said, he had seen increasing signs the technology community and law enforcement were talking more reasonably about this. There may well be a way to combine strong encryption and lawful intercepts he said, if people are willing to put their heads together.
So nothing really to worry about, we just need to nerd harder.
If application alone sufficed to “ma[ke]” registration, §411(a)’s second sentence—allowing suit upon refusal of registration—would be superfluous.
But in Oracle vs Rimini St, also unanimous, Justice Kavanaugh just wrote "redundancy is not a silver bullet" in response to Oracle's claims that "full costs" must be meant to include costs other than the types enumerated in the law.
So which is it? I agree wholeheartedly with both rulings, but is this just a "I know it when I see it" kind of distinction?
Oh, good, it actually uses the 1923 version, not the subtly changed (posthumously?) later version.
Will he take on Marbury v. Madison next?