In his executive order, which will probably wind up in court, Trump would tackle so-called “selective censoring” by weakening the legal immunity that Twitter, Facebook, Google and the rest enjoy for all that free content posted by their users. This, of course, is the heart of their business model. It would push these social media firms into substantial spending to police their content--something that some on the left believe they should have been doing all along. … [Read more...] about Will Trump force social media to clean up their act?
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"It is a very sad discussion, and I thank you for your support," Agoura Hills Community Services Director Amy Brink said at the May 20 meeting. "A little dose of optimism that we will pull out of this and, hopefully, it'll bring some bigger and better and different-looking events. I know that the community is anxiously awaiting to see what we can do, and we'll deliver." … [Read more...] about Agoura Hills-Calabasas Community Center Closes Until January
“I want to speak directly to seniors today, including my mother and my aunt and uncle. I know that for many of you, your place of worship is the heart of your community, and you are missing it. I want you to hold off on going back to your services at this point,” the mayor said. “We want you to follow the Safer at Home Advisory. I want you to contact your faith leaders to be in conversation with them, and I asked the faith leaders be in conversation with your elderly parishioners. Guide them and support them in putting safety first, and keeping them connected to church in other ways.” … [Read more...] about Boston Archdiocese Says Churches Could Resume Masses As Early As Saturday
The gardens, though, turn a snack into an art project. In the first days of the lockdown, Sara Giraldi, 26, a tour operator in Vinci, a town near Florence, Italy, felt trapped. Making focaccia art with her sister, Laura, helped her move forward. “We could not go every day to buy bread, and here, bread is like life,” she said. The focaccia, she said, “it’s not just good to eat. It’s also beautiful.” … [Read more...] about This focaccia isn’t your garden-variety flatbread recipe