Can You Say That? (10/8/22 Part 2)

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The Supreme Court has a big case coming up. Section 230, and Why it Matters And geez, we have to talk about it.

Second Helping of NEWS! (9/24/22 Part 2)

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More news! Once again, we’re having our news show buffet where we share all the news that fits! News Buffet – Part 2 None of these are quite a full hour or show on their own, so let’s hit the highlights, shall we?

Net Neutrality Update! (2/27/21 Part 2)

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Net Neutrality! Is it coming back? Net Neutrality Redux If not Federally (probably not Federally) then what about at the state level? Seems like that’s a possibility. And, let’s not forget about privacy in all of this (from 2017 and not yet overturned!):

Cord Cutting: Keeping It Organized (1/23/21 Part 1)

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So, you’ve decided to do it. You’re cutting the cord. Good for you! Cutting the T.V. Cord! But now what? Well, you’ve got some options! JustWatch – The Streaming Guide for Movies and TV Shows (Thanks Alert Internet Surfer Perry!) Best indoor TV antennas 2020: 6 great digital TV antennas for inside your home | TechRadar The Best HDTV Antennas | Digital Trends How to gift Netflix, Disney Plus, and every streaming service subscriptions – Polygon Create a recurring event – Computer – Calendar Help (

Section 230: no, its not a Star Wars reference (10/17/20 Part 2)

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Jonathan takes on the Communications Decency Act of 1996. Its in the news again, and its a BIG topic. Section 230 – Why Should I Care? Particularly because there is an Executive Order regarding it and Social Media.

Politics, Twitter, and Social Media – bleh (5/30/20 Part 2)

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The Executive delivered an Executive Order about Internet Censorship this week — an order that is unenforceable. Executive Orders and Section 230 Normally we hate talking about these type of things, and this time it is no different. And of course, Sam is always keen to point out your ISP might well WANT to be the editor of your internet. A desire that is far more dangerous to free speech than a particular website or platform… Last but not least, we’ll let Mike Pompeo get the last word. Maybe these two should talk — Ryan Lizza (@RyanLizza) May 27, 2020 Oops.