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Elon ‘Mad As Hell’ Musk Just Blew Up 2022

Elon ‘Mad As Hell’ Musk Just Blew Up 2022 Commentary by Franke Miele via RealClear Politics, The most significant political event in the last 18 months happened last week. No, it wasn’t the Pennsylvania primary, and it certainly didn’t have anything to do with the sham Jan. 6 committee. (Patrick Pleul/Pool via AP, File) It was the announcement by Elon Musk that he’s as mad as hell, and he’s not going to take this anymore. OK, he didn’t use those exact words from the 1976 movie “Network,” but he might well have been channeling the character Howard Beale when he announced to the world that he was voting Republican this year. News anchor Beale was characterized as “The Mad Prophet of the Airwaves” when he realized the system he worked in – network television – was rigged, and that powerful forces were manipulating him and the audience. In a soliloquy eerily relevant today, Beale threw out the script and started telling the uncomfortable truth. “I don’t have to tell you things are bad,” he told his viewers. “Everybody knows things are bad. It’s a depression. Everybody’s out of work, or scared of losing their job. The dollar buys a nickel’s worth, banks are going bust, shopkeepers keep a gun under the counter, punks are running wild in the street, and there’s nobody anywhere who seems to know what to do, and there’s no end to it! … I don’t know what to do about the depression and the inflation and the Russians and the crime in the street. All I know is that first, you’ve got to get mad!” Well, Elon Musk has gotten mad – and when the world’s richest man gets mad, he just might shout loud enough that everyone will hear him. The entrepreneurial wizard who founded

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Australian eSafety Commissioner Tells Word Economic Forum Audience It is Time to Recalibrate Free Speech

Australia has an eSafety Commissioner named Julie Inman-Grant.  While delivering remarks to the World Economic Forum summit in Davos, Switzerland, she outlined a new on-line era where free speech would need to be “recalibrated,” and the ability to be free from something called “on-line violence.”  WATCH: . For the past several years we have noted […] The post Australian eSafety Commissioner Tells Word Economic Forum Audience It is Time to Recalibrate Free Speech appeared first on The Last Refuge.

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Appeals Court Judge Blocks Parts of DeSantis’s Big Tech Censorship Law

PUNTA GORDA, Fla.–A Federal Court of Appeals ruled on May 23 that it is unconstitutional for Florida to prohibit social media companies from banning politicians, handing Gov. Ron DeSantis a blow to combat online censorship. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in a 67-page opinion upheld an injunction blocking key parts of Florida’s social media law and said that meddling with the platforms’ content moderation policies ran afoul of the First Amendment. “We conclude that social-media platforms’ content-moderation activities—permitting, removing, prioritizing, and deprioritizing users and posts—constitute ‘speech’ within the meaning of the First Amendment,” the court wrote. NetChoice LLC and the Computer & Communications Industry Association—two social media trade associations—challenged the law that was signed last year….

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