from the alternative-approaches dept
Just how lots of people talk about content moderation is disappointingly uncreative вЂ” most of all in the manner they boil every choice down seriously to the binary decision of “leave it up or go on it down”. But this framework is very limiting and doesn’t reflect the way moderation that is content work, and one individual attempting to paint a better image is Santa Clara Law Professor Eric Goldman. He joins us with this week episode to discuss the countless various ways to approach difficult content moderation concerns.
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Senator Bill Hagerty Believes Compelled Speech Is ‘Liberty’; And Anyone Upset With Moderation Alternatives Should Be Able To Sue
through the we’ve-always-been-at-war-with-eastasia,-senator dept
Senator Bill Hagerty was just elected away from Tennessee to take control Lamar Alexander’s old seat, in which he’s kicking down their tenure by having a bang. of not only unconstitutional madness, but anti-Constitutional madness. And also this from a man who presents himself as a Constitutional originalist. But, needless to say, regarding nurturing culture wars, today’s GOP apparently believes that they’ll toss the Constitution out of the window.