YouTube lets large organizations get away with pressing dubious claims against content that have no legal basis.
Nintendo is defending its IP vigorously even if it tarnishes its brand.
Not only did the UK government do a bad job of keeping their operation secret, their media outlet was as cringy as you could imagine.
Lawyers for Vorhies say “they’ve tried to establish that I’ve got some sort of mental problem, in order to make their case easier.”
Others still describe him as “introverted, conflict averse, speaking in riddles,” and, “not as aggressive as Facebook’s Zuckerberg or Google’s Page.”
Ironically, the company had previously been helping many of its clients navigate the GDPR.
Why would someone who runs a platform that has squashed one side of the public debate be supporting the free speech candidate?
The most trusted name in news is teaming up with the most trusted social network.
Wikipedia has a bias problem.
Boudet left the show in March after a brigading online mob pressured the podcast network Wondery to part ways with Sword and Scale.