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What still always shocks me is when authors assume that someone who is their friend today will still be their friend tomorrow. We’ve heard of family members suing authors for what was written, even when names were changed…
Cop Tells His Side of Breonna Taylor Shooting / Publisher gets Heat; Bezos Bye Bye Letter; IDF Accuses MSNBC Host of Libel; Is Google’s “FLoC” tracking YOU?; Author become amateur detective; Twitter bows to foreign government (of course); Reporter shot in her own home
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“I am in possession of a journal that was published in the 1940’s. Is something like this publishable?”
Amazon selling products promoting violence against certain groups; Woman gets 43-year prison sentence for insulting king; Rioters targeting journalists??; and the man who kept C.S. Lewis’s legacy alive.
NYT accused of publishing communist China propaganda; US newsrooms continue to bleed journalists; Court fight over media access to cour cases; Twitter sued by computer repair shop owner; Woman find herself the object of elaborate fictional narrative/video posted online; and Court says libelous statements can’t be hidden from public