JUST IN: The FCC, FTC and DOJ were asked to block Elon Musk’s deal to acquire Twitter after claiming the transaction poses a “direct threat to American democracy and free speech”.
The Commissioner responded and said they had no authority to block the purchase.
"New York City has lost a staggering 9.5 percent of students since the onset of COVID-19. Los Angeles Unified, where unions have had particular success in getting most every restriction and compensation they wanted, the student body shrank 8.1 percent."
Based on the forensics in my current govt. computer intrusion case, file deletions leave tracks. (The govt. agents deleted files when they were discovered, but that left its own record, and we recovered material-- but only with the right insiders who understood where to look.) twitter.com/AdamBaldwin/st…
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By “free speech”, I simply mean that which matches the law.
I am against censorship that goes far beyond the law.
If people want less free speech, they will ask government to pass laws to that effect.
Therefore, going beyond the law is contrary to the will of the people.
For those losing 1000s of followers, I don't think those ppl fled Twitter, I think they're losing some of their fake follows. Those who are gaining? I don't think their new follows are new to Twitter, I think they're getting some of their hidden followers.
It's just a theory.
Seems a little backward & contradictory.
Headline: "Guillain-Barre [paralysis] Risk After COVID-19 Vaccines Low"
Tiny print: "— But rates continue to be unusually high after Johnson & Johnson shot"
(Isn't the J&J shot a Covid-19 vaccine?)
Ventura County Office of Education suggests issuing two student ID cards – one with the student’s legal name and another with the student’s chosen name – thus enabling the student to intentionally deceive their parents about their gender/name change
2-This concern was only eclipsed when another teacher later signed my yearbook and cautioned that I should "dot my i's and cross my t's."
I studied my handwriting and felt certain I had been putting dots over the i's and crossing the t's. 😅
1-In jr. high, 1 of my favorite English teachers wrote in my yearbook: "Mind your ps and qs." (Remember this was way before the Internet.) I spent more time worrying about and wondering what she meant-- from what p and q stood for, to whether she meant my handwriting needed work.