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Marginalization and Murder

On March 16th, 2021, in Acworth and Atlanta, Ga., a white gunman terrorized Youngs Asian Massage, then Gold Massage Spa, and finally Aroma Therapy Spa. He killed eight people: Xiaojie Tan, Daoyou Feng, Delaina Ashley Yaun Gonzalez, Paul Andre Michels,…

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The Dangers of the SAFE Tech Act

Since 1996, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act has governed speech online speech. Like any law, Section 230 is imperfect. But as I wrote a few weeks ago, it is, in practice, the “First Amendment of the Internet,” a…

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Memo of Support for House Resolution 5250

The Woodhull Freedom Foundation strongly supports House Resolution 5250, which would create a special legislative commission to ensure racial equity and the optimization of health and safety laws impacting marginalized individuals. I am Ricci Levy and I am one of…

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Section 230, the “Internet’s First Amendment”

By Tess Joseph Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protects freedom of speech online. Advocates call it the “First Amendment of the Internet.” In the words of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Section 230 is “perhaps the most influential law to protect…

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