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The US Supreme Court will review the government’s right to be a prude — Quartz

The US Supreme Court isn’t a bawdy physique. Though entrusted with safeguarding the First Modification right to free speech, justices keep away from...

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TechCrunch Conversations: Direct listings – TechCrunch

Final April, Spotify stunned Wall Road bankers by selecting to go public by way of a direct itemizing course of fairly than by way of a standard IPO. As an...

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2018 was a terrific year for journalism, but a terrible one for journalists — Quartz

The year 2018 has seen superb works of journalism, from exposes of how Fb used our knowledge (paywall), to uncovering remotely the unfold of detention camps...

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Facebook is not equipped to stop the spread of authoritarianism – TechCrunch

After the driver of a rushing bus ran over and killed two school college students in Dhaka in July, scholar protesters took to the streets. They pressured the...