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You guys want some hot sauce for your popcorn? by Phineas Geddlecocke - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 15:30:06 EST ID:taYyiQSu No.160664 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Tfw I'm neither black or white and the attention is finally off of us.
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Ethics in Tech Journalism by Cedric Worthingdale - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 09:30:07 EST ID:eoYkc2OT No.160590 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/08/the-most-common-error-in-coverage-of-the-google-memo/536181/?single_page=true

> Many headlines labeled the document “anti-diversity,” misleading readers about its actual contents.
> This week, headlines across a diverse array of media outlets proclaimed that at least one Google employee was so antagonistic to women that he circulated a 10-page “anti-diversity screed.”
> The author specifically objects to using what his memo calls discriminatory means to achieve greater gender diversity, then adds that he has concrete suggestions for changes at Google that would “increase women’s representation in tech and without resorting to discrimination.”

> Journalists grasp this nuance on lots of other issues.
> Critics who avow that they favor more jobs for the working class, but oppose achieving more jobs through those specific means, are not described as “anti-job,” especially when they suggest specific alternatives for job-creation. Even if their alternatives would result in fewer jobs than the Trump administration’s plans, that still wouldn’t make a writeup of their proposal “an anti-job memo.”
> To object to a means of achieving x is not to be anti-x.

> Every prominent instance of journalism that proceeds with less than normal rigor when the subject touches on social justice feeds a growing national impulse to dismiss everything published about these subjects—even important, rigorous, accurate articles. Large swathes of the public now believe the mainstream media is more concerned with stigmatizing wrong-think and being politically correct than being accurate. The political fallout from this shift has been ruinous to lots of social-justice causes—causes that would thrive in an environment in which the public accepted the facts.

> Most journalists strive to do their jobs with rigor and accuracy, just as most chefs try to put out good food, but occasionally send out a plate that is undercooked or over-salted, being fallible humans working under deadline pressure. But their journalistic blind spots and confirmation biases that no human can completely escape are exacerbated by an aggressive cohort on social media that reacts ang…
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Basil Murdville - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 16:50:20 EST ID:OBWIAo4y No.160604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This was a good read, and it makes a lot of good point. Having now read the memo, I would say I disagree with some of it's assertions (such as that women are inherently more prone to anxiety, the memo itself states that out perception of men is tainted by the limited behavior we deem acceptable masculine which definitely includes not letting men admit shit gets to them mentally) but yeah, reading it exposes that it's intent is not pro-discrimination.
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Basil Murdville - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 16:50:20 EST ID:OBWIAo4y No.160605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This was a good read, and it makes a lot of good point. Having now read the memo, I would say I disagree with some of it's assertions (such as that women are inherently more prone to anxiety, the memo itself states that out perception of men is tainted by the limited behavior we deem acceptable masculine which definitely includes not letting men admit shit gets to them mentally) but yeah, reading it exposes that it's intent is not pro-discrimination.
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Nigel Climmlemad - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 19:30:34 EST ID:yMSPgXMH No.160625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
we already did this thread in /pol/ and /b/. old news. NEXT.
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Jack Burringbanks - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 20:22:00 EST ID:ZAV/XpT9 No.160630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160590
"Do you agree with the memo penned by James Damore?"
http://www.strawpoll.me/13682175


Mueller Is Said to Seek Interviews With West Wing in Russia Case by Freedom Wizard - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 06:15:20 EST ID:qetGCKL9 No.160583 Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/12/us/politics/mueller-trump-russia-priebus.html?rref=collection%2Fsectioncollection%2Fus

>WASHINGTON — In a sign that the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election will remain a continuing distraction for the White House, the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, is in talks with the West Wing about interviewing current and former senior administration officials, including the recently ousted White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus, according to three people briefed on the discussions.

>Mr. Mueller has asked the White House about specific meetings, who attended them and whether there are any notes, transcripts or documents about them, two of the people said. Among the matters Mr. Mueller wants to ask the officials about is President Trump’s decision in May to fire the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, the two people said.

>That line of questioning will be important as Mr. Mueller continues to investigate whether Mr. Trump obstructed justice in the dismissal of Mr. Comey.

>No interviews have been scheduled, but in recent weeks Mr. Mueller’s investigation has appeared to intensify. Late last month, he took the aggressive step of executing a search warrant at the Alexandria, Va., home of Paul J. Manafort, Mr. Trump’s former campaign chairman. Legal experts say Mr. Mueller may be trying to put pressure on Mr. Manafort to cooperate with the investigation.


Canada military builds refugee camp for refugees from US by Edwin Hevingham - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 18:15:32 EST ID:EUrb1Oe6 No.160429 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40879544

They're self deporting.
On time, under budget!


China and India back at it again by John Pockbanks - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 16:47:23 EST ID:3E+uYiLw No.160328 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Surprised that there's not a thread about this already (not really though, /n/ has become /trumpdiscussion/), but India and China are locked into yet another border stand off.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-india-border-idUSKBN1AJ1TP

Both sides are unwilling to lose face, and both countries' media are ramping up nationalistic fervor, making it hard to deescalate. Add to that that they're natural rivals and have zero trust for each other, and you're looking at a potentially dangerous situation.
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Eliza Dinkinberk - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 22:03:25 EST ID:qw8rcJuW No.160342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160331
bangladesh. that's about it i think.
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Isabella Smallhood - Fri, 04 Aug 2017 04:14:56 EST ID:uM/LstfA No.160344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160342
Lol shut up OP

You might as well say, the US and the world at it again!
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Matilda Pullermen - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 23:29:28 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.160371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160344
So, India is the America of SE Asia?
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Phineas Crendlehud - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 00:09:32 EST ID:Ko4AQbB+ No.160402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It'll take a while, but I think China will end up backing off here, Xi is just posturing for good PR before the upcoming Party Congress, it's all theatrics to him.
Meanwhile to the Indians its a major strategic threat, with the potential for a Chinese observation post on the shortest stretch of the chicken neck, their biggest strategic weak point
combined with the fact China has alienated almost every other country in Asia that isn't one of their puppet states, and India's military superiority in the region (very close to Indian population center and air forces, very far from anything resembling Chinese civilization) and they really have no choice but to back down, once its politically acceptable.
If it does come to open conflict, I'd expect very small scale skirmishing until the Chinese withdraw claiming a moral victory, like every other time they border clash with India.

>>160330
Anta baka? they've fought 3 wars since India got independence, they're bitter rivals for regional influence, have a long, partly unmarked and disputed border and support eachother's bitter enemies (China is Pakistan's closest ally)
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Walter Crivinghork - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 20:10:20 EST ID:yMSPgXMH No.160628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160330
>china and india are homies
he actually believes this.


Trump - Turnbull phonecall transcript leaks by Nell Lightstock - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 19:34:23 EST ID:iTeksKaa No.160338 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-04/donald-trump-malcolm-turnbull-refugee-phone-call-transcript/8773422

I think this leaked transcript has just fucked over the turnbull government. not sure what it'll do to trimp but..

>I have had it. I have been making these calls all day and this is the most unpleasant call all day. Putin was a pleasant call. This is ridiculous.
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Esther Dezzlepidge - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 10:36:37 EST ID:ojjwPRrO No.160390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160388
evidence that clinton killed the leaker? for hastings?

>buh buh buh muh circumstantial evidence!
>it can't all be coincidence!!
it's reality if you just disbelieve hard enough!
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Simon Mellydock - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 16:12:15 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.160391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160388
>Not to mention the guy who leaked Clinton's email happened to die shortly after,

Anyone remember The Clinton Death List?
http://www.snopes.com/politics/clintons/bodycount.asp

Same shit.... There is ZERO proof that this guy leaked anything. The only proof they have in fact is that he was murdered, and therefore must have been the leaker. Even though it looks like it was just a robbery gone wrong.

And keep in mind, the biggest proponent of this theory is Alex Jones...of Pizzagate and Reptilian Shapeshifter fame....
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Edwin Dassleridge - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 17:21:47 EST ID:aH24pX5g No.160392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160391
>And keep in mind, the biggest proponent of this theory is Alex Jones...of Pizzagate and Reptilian Shapeshifter fame....

And admitted in a court of law that his entire thing is an act.
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Nigel Fonderchot - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 17:26:36 EST ID:E5xYjU/D No.160393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not to mention that the private detective (Rod Wheeler) cited as having found evidence of communication between Rich and wikileaks as well as evidence of a cover up by the DNC is disputing the statements attributed to him in the Fox news article. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/01/business/media/seth-rich-fox-news-white-house-lawsuit.html

Fox news retracted the article and quietly swept it under a rug somewhere. Maybe they buried it with Roger Aisles (Yet another Hilary hit, no doubt.)
>“The article was not initially subjected to the high degree of editorial scrutiny we require for all our reporting,” the network said in a statement. “The article was found not to meet those standards, and has since been removed.”

The only person to find "evidence: Rod Wheeler is a complete fucking lunatic that made up a story on Bill O'Reilly's show about lesbian gangs with pink guns that recruited children as young as ten into their gang for sex and violence. http://www.thedailybeast.com/how-i-got-fox-news-to-tell-the-truth-about-violent-lesbian-gangs

This is the guy they base their evidence of conspiracy on.
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Simon Mellydock - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 19:51:40 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.160395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160393
>This is the guy they base their evidence of conspiracy on.


So about that wall... by William Dimmledidge - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 17:15:57 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.160332 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looks like Grumpy Trumpy is literally an idiot at making deals...


https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-idUSKBN1AJ20F

>"I have to have Mexico pay for the wall – I have to. I have been talking about it for a two-year period," Trump said.

>He suggested that the two men avoid the issue of paying for the wall when asked.

>"They are going to say, 'Who is going to pay for the wall, Mr. President?' to both of us, and we should both say, 'We will work it out,'" Trump said. "It will work out in the formula somehow. As opposed to you saying, 'We will not pay' and me saying, 'We will not pay,'" the U.S. president said.

Let us look at this LOGICALLY.

For two years Trump screamed that Mexico was going to pay for the wall, and that Mexico was "sending," the US "murderers and rapists."
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Matilda Pullermen - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 23:26:43 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.160370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160369
Mexicans do seem to have a sense of humor about this.
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Reuben Backletick - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 01:16:17 EST ID:bbdq2zsn No.160372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160369

WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON WITH THAT REFLECTION IN THE MIRROR?
HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE??? GOD HELP US
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Sophie Binderspear - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 07:58:22 EST ID:+tVhWYRc No.160379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160372

She's just bifacial, chill out, don't be a bigot
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Charles Pockbanks - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 10:46:26 EST ID:lWlEy1EO No.160381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160372
Never heard of Janus bro?
Get educated you pleb
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Lillian Cleffinglug - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 19:05:39 EST ID:1w6RWfJG No.160394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finally I can post something Gymkata related on /n/.


Bipartisan Bill To Make Boycotting Israel A Felony by Phyllis Pammerforth - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 09:05:05 EST ID:mIHuuhk5 No.160126 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Israel lobby has taken off its gloves. No longer dancing around the pesky problem of Constitutionally protected free speech, they will soon make it literally illegal for private citizens to participate in or support any boycott of Israeli businesses, with ridiculous punishments for doing so. Congressmen across the spectrum, from the anti-authoritarian liberal "#Resistence" to freedom-loving America-first conservatives, have dutifully fallen in line in bipartisan support for restricting your rights to free expression and free association. When questioned about the anti-Constitutionality of the bill, most Congressmen admit that they didn't even read the AIPAC-sponsored bill before reflexively supporting it:

https://theintercept.com/2017/07/19/u-s-lawmakers-seek-to-criminally-outlaw-support-for-boycott-campaign-against-israel/
>But now, a group of 43 senators — 29 Republicans and 14 Democrats — wants to implement a law that would make it a felony for Americans to support the international boycott against Israel, which was launched in protest of that country’s decades-old occupation of Palestine. The two primary sponsors of the bill are Democrat Ben Cardin of Maryland and Republican Rob Portman of Ohio. Perhaps the most shocking aspect is the punishment: Anyone guilty of violating the prohibitions will face a minimum civil penalty of $250,000 and a maximum criminal penalty of $1 million and 20 years in prison.
>A similar measure was introduced in the House on the same date by two Republicans and one Democrat. It has already amassed 234 co-sponsors: 63 Democrats and 174 Republicans. As in the Senate, AIPAC has assembled an impressive ideological diversity among supporters, predictably including many of the most right-wing House members — Jason Chaffetz, Liz Cheney, Peter King — along with the second-ranking Democrat in the House, Steny Hoyer.
>Thus far, not a single member of Congress has joined the ACLU in denouncing this bill.

Can anything be done?
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Cornelius Homblestot - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 16:18:00 EST ID:AaqRkLOm No.160376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Meanwhile at DSA con 2017

https://twitter.com/kid_mao/status/893858157205893120
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Cornelius Homblestot - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 16:29:55 EST ID:AaqRkLOm No.160377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160376
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Sophie Nicklelock - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 17:35:16 EST ID:Rk/DVpk5 No.160378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So what does this mean, i have to buy Jew made stuff now? Cuz I much prefer halal hummus just sayin >.>

Can I still buy my halal hummus OP?
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Jenny Dattingson - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 02:33:50 EST ID:YtToCPVo No.160384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160180
>I dunno what news you're watching but there hasn't been a terrorist attack in Europe in quite a while.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_Hamburg_attack
>28 July 2017
wew

and in April, 3 months before your post Norway, Sweden and France each had one
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terrorist_incidents_in_April_2017

Did you just get rekt? I think so.
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Jenny Dattingson - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 02:37:01 EST ID:YtToCPVo No.160385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160180
a bit more than a month before your post
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/June_2017_London_Bridge_attack
On 3 June 2017, an attack took place in the Southwark district of London, England, when a van mounted the pavement of London Bridge and was driven into pedestrians. The van crashed, and the three male occupants ran to the nearby Borough Market pub and restaurant area, where they stabbed people with long knives. Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary, stated that the attackers were "probably" Islamist terrorists.

Eight people were killed and 48 were injured, including four unarmed police officers who attempted to stop the assailants. The three attackers, who wore fake explosive vests, were all shot dead by police.

It was the third terrorist attack in Great Britain in just over two months, following a similar attack in Westminster in March and a bombing in Manchester in May.


Trump wants to stop LEGAL immigration by Oliver Waddlekock - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 16:15:49 EST ID:BK6nJXrT No.160317 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.wsj.com/video/trump-backs-plan-to-curb-legal-immigration/234D11EE-1D65-465A-901C-EEA4B05D901D.html
https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/07/trump-immigration-congress/534951/

Not that anybody didn't see this coming, but at least the the whole spiel about his stance on immigration was only that he wanted to stop illegal[/b] immigration now officially has to be thrown out the window.

It was always about stopping foreigners from entering the country as much as possible, period. Not about stopping illegal immigrants from committing crimes, or getting hired for illegally low wages, or being a burden on our system, or them not paying taxes, or any of the other tired excuses.

Nah, but at least you guys are being honest now. It's simply about hating foreigners.

meanwhile, in the mar-a-lago kitchen...
>HOLA!
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Barnaby Driddlesutch - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 06:10:01 EST ID:QYpjCH3+ No.160326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160325

Nah, it's Haitians traveling through the U.S. to Canada.
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James Hurringwill - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 09:24:11 EST ID:mvx5AAOh No.160327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've seen the point system they are trying to integrate. I dont think this bill will get passed, I can almost guarantei Tech companies are going to lobby the shit out of this not too, and the US H-1B visa for specialty workers is highly needed. That is why the US is ahead of the game.
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Priscilla Bellyfoot - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 12:23:16 EST ID:w4G8ki2H No.160363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good, every country has the right to control who enters their country legally and illegally. Every other country does it and at times are even more strict than the US, yet the US is held to unreasonable standards because of its past of allowing anyone in at one time. It's becoming unsustainable.
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Frederick Febblekerk - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 12:50:22 EST ID:BNxHrPI/ No.160364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160363
u like watching america fuck up the world? not that there's anything terribly wrong with .025% of germany being syrian out of nowhere, but it definitely wasn't germany's responsibility to pick up murica's slack
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Frederick Gudgeshaw - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 15:07:07 EST ID:Uy/29Ghl No.160365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160364
>.025%
>MUH PURE WHITE BLOOD


Like SOPA, but more of a moral panic thing by Nathaniel Fuckinghood - Tue, 01 Aug 2017 12:39:10 EST ID:C9gVbIZu No.160302 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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tl;dr: The only Internet you've ever known was one where websites in general couldn't be charged/sued for things their users were doing. There have always been limits, but Alabama couldn't make a law and then use it to sue Facebook for something people in Alabama were doing on Facebook. As of today, it looks like this is going to be the future.

>A bill that would carve a significant chunk out of Section 230 of the federal Communications Decency Act — decades-old regulations that function as the internet’s liability shield — has been introduced in the Senate, with six co-sponsors from across the aisle. The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act of 2017 would potentially expand criminal liability for websites like Backpage, a classifieds site that allegedly hosted ads from sex traffickers alongside ads from sex workers in its adult services section.

>Put in place in 1996, Section 230 provides websites with legal immunity for the posts of their users. For example, Twitter, Inc. cannot be sued if one of its users defames another user. It is generally assumed that without this liability shield, most of the web as we know it would not exist. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has called CDA 230 “one of the most valuable tools for protecting freedom of expression and innovation on the Internet.”

>...

>The bill’s stated goals are broad: the regulation would allow victims of sex trafficking to seek recompense from website that “knowingly and recklessly” enabled their victimization; criminalize any commercial conduct that “assists, supports, or facilitates a violation of federal sex trafficking laws”; and let state law enforcement officials prosecute against companies engaged in conduct that breaks federal sex trafficking laws.

>Eric Goldman, a law professor at Santa Clara University, writes that “this law potentially implicates every online service that deals with user-generated content.” He suggests that the unclear wording of the bill could hit websites hard. In addition to widening liability for user-generated content, a state could piggyback off the legislation to create a new law that would impose liability for all posts promoting the sex trafficking of children unless a site pr…
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Phyllis Magglehin - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 11:07:32 EST ID:Zi/ZMs1f No.160308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160306
http://globalnews.ca/news/3394952/police-arrest-104-men-find-85-child-prostitutes-in-multi-year-investigation-in-ontario/
>“We essentially put up advertisements online when men were looking to purchase sex they were told that they were communicating with a child, with a prostituted child,” Truong told reporters during a press conference Friday.

>“We used undercover operators for this investigation and once they were told that they were speaking with children for the most part the men would stop and we were OK with that, we really didn’t want to identify any of the men that were not looking to purchase and to buy prostituted children.”

People are fucking dumb and craven; bro
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Ebenezer Blytheson - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 11:19:42 EST ID:3/U6wD8z No.160309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160308
No doubt. I would be pretty cautious about anything cops put out in a press release though.
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Barnaby Driddlesutch - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 21:20:21 EST ID:QYpjCH3+ No.160323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160302

Speaking of SOPA, wasn't that idiotic Indian guy that took over the FCC supposed to ruin the Internet? Haven't really heard anything about that for months now.
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Reuben Bunningbury - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 16:50:34 EST ID:NFEkUgh0 No.160329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160323
The FCC is a bureaucratic body. There was period for public comments that were summarily ignored and they'll vote on regulatory rule changes soon. Then your ISP will once again be free to do whatever it thinks it can get away with.
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Reuben Bunningbury - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 18:46:30 EST ID:NFEkUgh0 No.160337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/08/internet-censorship-bill-would-spell-disaster-speech-and-innovation

>While SESTA's purpose may be only to fight sex trafficking, it brings a deeper threat to many types of free expression online. The bill would create an exception to Section 230 for enforcement of any state criminal law targeting sex trafficking activities. It would also add an exemption for federal civil law relating to sex trafficking (as it stands now, Section 230 already doesn’t apply to federal criminal law, including laws against trafficking and receiving money from child sex trafficking).

>Let’s unpack that. Under SESTA, states would be able to enact laws that censor the Internet in broad ways. As long as those laws claim to target sex traffickers, states could argue that they’re exempt from Section 230 protections. As Eric Goldman points out in his excellent analysis of SESTA, Congress should demand an inventory of existing state laws that would fall into this new loophole before even thinking about opening it.

>There’s a long history of states passing extremely broad censorship laws in the name of combatting trafficking. Just this year, legislators in numerous states introduced the Human Trafficking Prevention Act, a bill that has nothing to do with human trafficking and everything to do with censoring sexual expression. Imagine all of the ways in which state lawmakers would attempt to take advantage of SESTA to curb online speech in their states. If they can convince a judge that the state law targets sex trafficking, then SESTA applies. That would create a ton of uncertainty for Internet intermediaries.


Mulch the Mooch by Shitting Punderford - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 14:50:37 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.160283 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well, this has to be a fucking record of some kind...the guy had the job for like a fucking week...

http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/nation/2017/07/31/anthony-scaramucci-reportedly-fired-from-trump-administration/ZsjIEgzD6KkxGOjYKnnvWN/story.html

TL;DR - Jersey Shore wannabe and Spicer replacement Anthony "The Mooch," Scaramucci has been fired by Trump.

Is it just me, or is this shit show accelerating in its shittiness?
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John Blythewill - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 14:31:13 EST ID:knFhJQjN No.160314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160307

He won fair and square. If Hillary had lost the popular vote and won the state count, you wouldn't be bitching about it.
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Jenny Tootbury - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 15:38:00 EST ID:nxGrMKs+ No.160315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160314
Nobody is 'bitching' about anything, it just doesn't make sense to call a guy who got fewer votes than his opponent 'the person America wanted'. Why do guys like you keep showing up, misunderstanding the meaning of words?
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Nigel Shittingworth - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 15:47:26 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.160316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160315
Because the future and circlejerk....
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Oliver Waddlekock - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 16:19:41 EST ID:BK6nJXrT No.160318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160314
>He won fair and square.
No one is disputing this, or "bitching about it". If you think people are, please point out where.

Doesn't matter, the fact is still that he is not the person America wanted. Merely the person who happened to become president.

If Hillary had lost the popular vote and won the state count, you would be bitching non-stop, don't lie. It would have been non-stop "SEE! IT WAS RIGGED!!".
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Nigel Shittingworth - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 17:47:50 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.160321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160318
Hell, they are doing that anyway...

"So why did Don Jr have that meeting with Russ..."

"OMG! SO HILLARY AND OBAMA GAVE PUTIN AN ATOMIC BLOWJOB AND TOTALLY FUCKED AMERICA IN THE ANUS WITH A FIST! WHY AREN'T YOU TALKING ABOUT THAT? HUH? HUH? HUH? KEKEKEKEKEKEKEK!!!!"


So basically... by Cyril Fanderchick - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 17:30:52 EST ID:JBl4ISNu No.159987 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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...the only nations that best!Korea can hit are their own allies, third world island nations, the Japs, Tech-supportland, and a frozen waste. Somehow I feel slightly better for some reason.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/northkorea/9962585/Graphic-how-far-can-North-Koreas-missiles-reach.html

This is like when a retarded kid finds the key to daddy's gun cabinet and brags to the cool kids about how they could "totally kill you, like, for real dude. don't mess with me."

Kinda pitiable in a way...
But not that pitiable. Dude's a megalomaniacal arsehole who's actions on the world stage fuck shit up for the people he supposedly leads...
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Simon Nickleman - Tue, 01 Aug 2017 16:31:22 EST ID:YqxoHHBZ No.160305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160304
gah, no its not. ignore me i'm a hot mess at the moment. if someone can find another source that is not as partisan as the beeb, plz post.
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Isabella Grandfuck - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 12:06:31 EST ID:zCslYGII No.160310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160305
Looks like someone forgot to get the latest script from his defense industry think tank bosses.
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Emma Mocklespear - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 12:39:50 EST ID:YqxoHHBZ No.160313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>160310
shit, i've been found out...
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Sidney Pickfuck - Thu, 10 Aug 2017 14:49:50 EST ID:IqeGJT6/ No.160447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>159995
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-36385839
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Sidney Pickfuck - Thu, 10 Aug 2017 14:55:32 EST ID:IqeGJT6/ No.160448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>160014
Home by Christmas? I don't think so Tim.


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