Lots of Big Names Leary About Google’s “FLoC”
WordPress Proposes Blocking Google’s FLoC
“They have called FLoC ‘nasty’ and claim that it enables ‘discrimination’ and is a ‘dangerous step that harms user privacy.'”
When Does One Become a “Public Figure?”
Dr. Luke, World Famous Music Producer, Isn’t Public Figure, N.Y. Appeals Court Rules
“Gottwald, a successful music producer, has not attracted media attention for his relationship with his clients or his treatment of artists in the entertainment industry but for his work as a music producer on behalf of, and the fame of, the artists he represents.”
Bezos Says He Wants Amazon Employees Happy, Healthy?
Jeff Bezos is obsessed with a common Amazon warehouse injury
“‘If you read some of the news reports, you might think we have no care for employees,’ Bezos wrote in his letter, released earlier this month.”
IDF Accuses MSNBC Host of False Reporting
MSNBC Host Tweets Libel About IDF Sniper Targeting Palestinian Boy
“IDF spokesperson Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus told CAMERA that to the best of his knowledge, no Israeli snipers were at the scene.”
Indie Publisher Takes Heat for Publishing Cop’s Book
Book by Officer Who Shot Breonna Taylor Is a New Test for Publishers
“We feel strongly that an open dialogue is essential to shining a light on the challenging issues our country is facing.”
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