MORE: Amazon’s Jeff Bezos was in meeting as Washington Post shaped coverage of…Amazon; AI continues to threaten creative individuals’ jobs; Rabbi gives sermon written by AI; Did billionaire investors destroy honest news reporting?; EU threatens to fine websites that allow posting of “disinformation”; TikTok can make anything go viral with the click of a button; Another day, another anti-trust lawsuit against Google; and UK Amazon workers go on strike, say robots are treated better.
MORE: Golfer sues CNN reporters for defamation; So now saying “Aloha” is culturally insensitive?; Saudi prosecutors seek death penalty for academic over social media use; U.S. lawmaker wants to make it a crime to criticize; Man wearing “Jesus Saves” t-shirt ordered to leave Mall of America; News site realizes disaster after using AI for articles; Ex-Prosecutor’s book draws warning from Manhattan District Attorney; North Dakota weighs ban of ‘sexually explicit’ library books; and Facebook to allow pictures of naked breasts for trans and non-binary people but not for cis-gender women.
MORE: NYC schools ban AI chatbot that writes essays, Bookbinder “artist” removes famous author’s name from books; Former ESPN employees suing; NYT columnist commits suicide; and WSJ reporter handcuffed outside bank
MORE: Lawn Boy author says his book was never meant to be available in schools; Prince Harry’s new book shares juicy stuff…but it is all true?; Even star writers can’t get people to attend their book signings; A tiny newspaper broke the George Santos scandals story; Iran sentences author to death; and A blogger does the math on how many copies of Prince Harry’s book need to sell for Penguin Random House to earn a profit. It’s a huge number!!
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MORE: My opinion? Major media best seller lists are a scam; Power company accused of using money to attack its critics; Ex-Twitter employee found guilty of spying – was giving info. about Saudi citizens to Saudi government; Online threats against journalists at an all time high; and Stanford tries to “eliminate” numerous words/phrases.
MORE: Employers are hiring more people without college degrees; Supreme Court mulling parody/trademark infringement case regarding a dog chew toy; BBC reporter covering protests arrested in China; Actor/author denied story hour slot at libraries for his Christian children’s book; Amazon sued for false advertising over Prime delivery dates; and Amazon sued for taking drivers’ tips
MORE: Amazon driver accused of stealing packages already delivered to a home; FBI and Air Force raid home of owner of popular Area 51 website; Michigan school district removes “sexually explicit” books after parents’ outrage; Biden requests immunity for Saudi crown prince in death of Washington Post columnist; New children’s books about good virtues seem few and far between; Customer satisfaction at Amazon takes a dive; and Judge orders Amazon to stop retaliating against union organizers.
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