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Can Social Media Be Regulated?
In 1996 Congress passed what is known as Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) which provides immunity to website publish (More)
How Defamation and Minor Protection Laws Ultimately Shaped the Internet
Kyiv, Ukraine - September 5, 2019: A paper cubes collection with printed logos of world-famous social networks and online messengers, such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Telegram and (More)
Why it Matters: Lawyers, the Spread of Misinformation and Social Media
It is important to remember the role lawyers play in and how the public views public figures, attorneys and the judicial system. This is especially true when posts are made on social media platforms or when statements are made available to the public (More)
Florida Governor Gives Football Teams O.K. for Full Fan Attendance
On the heels of his decision to move Florida into Phase Three of reopening, Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis, has granted all Florida stadiums clearance to reach their maximum fan capacity. According to radio personality Andy Slater, a spokesperson fro (More)
Will Corruption and Arrogance Undo Trump's Environmental Team as It Did Reagan's?
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Patent Litigation in the Wake of the Coronavirus
It seems that everything imaginable is being impacted by the widespread Coronavirus - and patent litigation is no exception. Access to the federal courts and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has been limited in an effort to conta (More)
The War on Social Media: One Large Step Forward for State Agencies
Social Media has become an important and integral part of everyone's daily lives. But as with any technology, there are positive and negative attributes to social media. Social Media has many positive attributes, such as the ability to connect with l (More)
Next Stop, the Twilight Zone . . . of Congressional Climate Denial
It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man’s fears, and the summit of his knowledge. -- Rod Serling "Climate change is happening, humans are the cause, and a shocking number (More)
Chairman Lamar Smith Demands EPA's "Secret Science"
Republican Congressman Proves EarthDesk Wrong. Here at EarthDesk we have asserted many times that the House of Representatives would spring into action against More)
Our National Disgrace: Saving Washington's Air and Water
Why aren't the natural resources of the nation’s capital granted the same status as its monuments and museums? More)
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