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Militias Are Recruiting Off of the Trump Shooting

Militia and anti-government groups across the United States are using the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump as an opportunity to organize, recruit, and train. “An attack on President Trump was an attack on us, people like us—like-minded American patriots,” says Scot Seddon, the Pennsylvania-based founder of The American Patriots Three Percenters (APIII), in […]

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Meta’s Pay for Privacy Model Is Illegal, Says EU

For the past eight months, Europeans uncomfortable with the way Meta tracks their data for personalized advertising have had another option: They can pay the tech giant up to €12.99 ($14) per month for their privacy instead. Launched in November 2023, Meta introduced its “pay or consent” subscription model as fines, legal cases and regulatory

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Supreme Court Rules That US Government Can Continue Talking to Social Media Companies

Today, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6–3 decision that the plaintiffs who’d sued the US government for allegedly violating the First Amendment—by communicating with social media companies about misleading and harmful content on their platforms—did not present enough evidence to prove that they had standing to sue. The case was brought by the attorneys

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