Thankfully, if you're a fan of free and open speech, there are roadblocks to simply getting rid of Section 230 protections. An executive order is not a law — it's a directive from the president relating to existing laws and how government agencies should view or enforce those laws. In the case of this executive order, focus now shifts to the FCC, which to this point has no consensus aligning with Trump on Section 230 and generally has kept its hands off of Section 230 enforcement. The FCC primarily spends its time regulating the nation's broadband access and telecommunications infrastructure. FCC Commissioner Starks released the following statement regarding Trump's executive order: … [Read more...] about Thankfully for everyone, Trump’s misguided attack on social networks faces many roadblocks
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Easily share content with your audience with the click of a button. Quadro Experience lets you seamlessly capture videos on your desktop and post to your favorite third-party sites like YouTube and Twitch for quick collaboration and sharing. The Instant Replay feature allows you to automatically record up to the last 20 minutes of desktop activity to capture spontaneity. Even broadcast directly from your desktop to multiple viewers for an easy, convenient sharing experience during presentations, trainings, and meetings, all without the need for extra setup or applications. … [Read more...] about Nvidia Quadro Experience
For anyone who has studied the organised elimination of a group of people, whether it was Hitler's holocaust of the Jews, the Hutu slaughter of Tutsis, the Congress party's complicity in the killing of over 3,000 Sikhs as revenge for the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards, the killing of Muslims under Modi in Gujarat, or even the recent murders of over 50 Muslims in Delhi by Hindu fanatics, the one glaring similarity has been the meticulous record-keeping of who lived where. … [Read more...] about India’s contact tracing app made open source, but will this thwart a surveillance state?
As for the AirPods Studio, we might get an announcement about them at Apple's WWDC 2020 event, starting on June 22, which this year is online only. WWDC is aimed at developers and is very software-focused though, so it's just as conceivable that the new AirPods will be launched separately. … [Read more...] about Production on the Apple AirPods Studio has reportedly already started
Such has been the runaway success of the Apple AirPods, it's perhaps no surprise that everyone else is bringing out AirPod clones of their own – even HTC. OnePlus could be next to join the party, with wireless earphones that are now being tipped to be called the OnePlus Buds. … [Read more...] about The OnePlus rivals to the Apple AirPods could be called Buds