MORE: Politicians are rewriting headlines for articles they DID NOT WRITE!; Media is kind to terrorists in obituaries?!; Woman used obituaries to target homes for burglary; Lawmakers say Amazon misled or lied to them; Pastor refuses judge’s order to say specific words to his congregation; Apple is helping to kill religious freedoms; and Firefighter releases book about losing his job and his battle for religious freedom
MORE: Google profiting from news without paying for the journalism? Celebrity sued for posting pictures of herself; Potential liabilities for Facebook in Australia; Man receives $175K after woman calls him rapist online, and contacts his employer; Chinese Covid journalist who disappeared for 600 days has resurfaced; Prophet Muhammad cartoonist killed; Pearson sued Chegg for copyright infringement; Doctor loses lawsuit against newspaper; and Do some researchers consider copyrights “inconvenient?”
California to limit Amazon’s work quotas; Several large magazines up for sale; Did you miss banned book week? So did we!;
YouTube accounts subject to fake copyright infringement accusations; More on Internet Archive lawsuit; and ACLU apologizes after altering deceased supreme court justice’s quote to fit ACLU’s narrative.
Twitter continues to “cancel” people who have different opinions and beliefs; Comedy Central caves to cancel culture; Russia demands Google and Apple remove an opposition app; Non-profit goes belly-up after violating network copyrights; Publishers balk at discovery demand from Internet Archive; and Publisher drops poisoning claims against ex-wife.
The publisher recently requested a third edition and the author told me that her co-author wants to exclude her entirely from the third and subsequent editions even though the new edition WILL contain material written by…
“My husband’s great grandfather wrote an amazing regional book decades ago. It is no longer in print. I’ve tried to contact the publisher, (name removed), but I can’t find any information…”
NYT sued by TikTok “Talent Agent;” Public figures deserve protection from media’s lies, too; Media personality fooled Simon and Schuster; 72 journalists were killed covering Afghanistan; Magazines fired staffers for attempting to unionize; and “Vaccine expert” claimed she received a muzzles from Amazon and interpreted that as a threat…but the muzzle was purchased with her own credit card.
MORE: NPR says it’s okay for journalists to demonstrate; An artist gets cancelled; Google and Facebook accused of colluding on price-fixing; and Amazon must pay $8.6 after not paying its employees while they had to wait for their bags to be searched
Google fined $539M; Man wins libel lawsuit even though he doesn’t know who libeled him; UK taking more freedoms away from folks; 12 months in prison for copyright infringement and tax evasion; and Amazon accused of selling hazardous materials
Cops preventing posting of videos on YouTube; Publisher of the Boxcar Children series claims to get back on track; and Bezos bolts? In The News – 07/08/2021