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White House unveils new tool to report censorship by social media giants

Enlarge / The landing page for the White House censorship reporting tool. (credit: whitehouse.gov) Donald Trump has long accused social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube of political bias. On Wednesday, his White House launched a new online form … Continue reading

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Social Media is everywhere today. There is a good chance that your client is on one of the many sites available today. Collecting the data from these sites can be daunting. Eric Pesale's article "4 Tips for Collecting and Preserving … Continue reading

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Will My Social Security Disability Benefit Amount Increase If My Condition Worsens?

Social Security Disability is a government program that pays monthly benefits to individuals who become disabled and can no longer work. In order to qualify, the individual must have a disability that is severe enough to prevent  them from working … Continue reading

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Are you kicking goals when it comes to social media activity, or heading to the sin bin?

They say that a picture tells a thousand words.  But as became apparent in Australia recently, posting a picture on social media can result in a thousand (derogatory and sexist) words. A photograph posted on Twitter by Seven AFL (taken … Continue reading

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Lee on Constitutional Morality & the Social Imaginary of the Information Revolution

Kevin P. Lee (Campbell Law School) has posted Constitutional Morality and the Emerging Social Imaginary of the Information Revolution on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This essay argues that the information revolution is creating new social imaginary, a term defined … Continue reading

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