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How Our World Has Turned Journalists Into Cowards – In The News – 06/16/2022

How Our World Has Turned Journalists Into Cowards – In The News – 06/16/2022

MORE: Amazon chat app has a s*x abuse problem but “little is being done to stop it;” Associate Press gets caught in a HUGE lie!; Amazon using intimidation tactics to prevent unionization, including calling police on workers!; Netflix sued for defamation; In Japan, one year in jail for online insults; and Sports Illustrated tweet on Supreme Court case roils social media

Amazon Refuses to Reveal Charitable Contributions to Shareholders – In The News – 06/10/2022

Amazon Refuses to Reveal Charitable Contributions to Shareholders – In The News – 06/10/2022

MORE: Amazon exec. in charge of consumer biz resigns; NY freelancers now protected by new law; True crime documentary about the horror writer turned killer; Google/YouTube liable for defamation in Australia; Courageous Ukrainian journalist confronts Russia’s Sergei Lavrov over grain theft; Female authors now outnumber male authors in Israel; Mariah Carey sued over famous Christmas song; and The Washington Post is a big hot mess!

Middle school library provided book that “validated” s*x workers; and much more! – In The News – 06/04/2022

Middle school library provided book that “validated” s*x workers; and much more! – In The News – 06/04/2022

MORE! Nut job defaces Mona Lisa; College grad pays off student loans after starting used book business; Google suspends book publisher’s ad account; Antitrust probe of Amazon picks up speed; Amazon workers in NJ walk off the job; Preschool flash cards depict pregnant man while teaching colors to toddlers; and Freelance tech writer exposes crytocurrency

Winnie the Pooh and Piglet star in slasher film after their copyrights expire – In The News – 05/28/2022

Winnie the Pooh and Piglet star in slasher film after their copyrights expire – In The News – 05/28/2022

MORE: Barriers being removed between authors and Hollywood; Newspaper publisher is giving away his business; Notorious mobster has published his autobiography; Removing library fines brings more books and patrons back; Children being force-fed woke curriculum; Man sued after creating fake email account; China continues to crack down on online dissenters; Big tech is a threat to free speech; NYC is giving inappropriate curriculum to 5 year olds; State Farm abandons program that advocated giving gender identity books to 5 year olds; and Florida university professor reinstated after getting fired for tweets

The Most Watched Defamation Trial EVER – In The News – 05/20/2022

The Most Watched Defamation Trial EVER – In The News – 05/20/2022

MORE: Federal court deals setback to first amendment suit against Elizabeth Warren; Chicago mayor does photo-op in Texas bookstore when she should be working to stop shootings in her own city; Is People magazine closing its print division or not?; How far should social media companies be allowed to go with monitoring users?; Former NY Post digital chief settles explosive lawsuit; Author drops lawsuit over cocktail book; Newspaper gets sued for calling a billionaire an Oligarch; and The parody defense to a copyright infringement lawsuit was successful for this firm.

Author’s essay about her past plagiarism…was plagiarized – In The News – 05/13/2022

Author’s essay about her past plagiarism…was plagiarized – In The News – 05/13/2022

MORE: US Nave Chief takes woke books off the reading list; Novelist (allegedly) accidentally confessed to killing husband; Kanye West used sound recordings of sermons, and got sued for copyright infringement; Rhode Island school board removes honors classes for “equity” reasons; Can rapper’s lyrics be used against him in criminal case?; Irish government accused of paying newspaper to publish puff piece; Writer pays off $48K in student debt in just 14 months; Disney targeted with copyright legislation; US obtained subpoena to access reporter’s phone; Member of Hollywood Foreign Press Association has sued the organization alleging sexual harassment, discrimination, and breach of contract.

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