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Religious Freedom

religionThe First Amendment grants the freedom of religious belief and practice. We believe that religious freedom is broader than just the right to attend a house of worship. It also protects individuals and organizations from having to sacrifice their personal value system to government or cultural dictum. Religious liberty enables us practice our beliefs legally, peacefully and publicly without retaliation.

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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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Freedom Of Speech Needs “Recalibration” – Aussie Commissioner Sparks Outrage At WEF

Freedom Of Speech Needs “Recalibration” – Aussie Commissioner Sparks Outrage At WEF Australian eSafety commissioner Julie Inman raised eyebrows on Monday, telling the World Economic Forum that there needs to be a “recalibration” of free speech. “We are finding ourselves in a place where we have increasing polarization everywhere, and everything feels binary when it doesn’t need to be – so I think we’re going to have to think about a recalibration of a whole range of human rights that are playing out online – from freedom of speech, to be free from online violence. Or the right of data protection, to the right of child dignity,” whatever that last part means. Watch: Australian eSafety commissioner Julie Inman Grant tells the World Economic Forum we need a “recalibration” of freedom of speech. pic.twitter.com/zEq72wFhNf — Andrew Lawton (@AndrewLawton) May 23, 2022 The response to Inman’s Orwellian comments were about what one might expect. Lol @wef forgot to disable comments on just one of their tweets, and I pointed it out. Well now I’m blocked.@zerohedge pic.twitter.com/gHWv44iSB5 — Tesla Tunnel (@TeslaTunnel) May 23, 2022 Recalibrate this: fuck off. Fuck all the way off, then keep fucking off until you don’t think you can possibly fuck off any more. Then keep right on fucking off. #FreeSpeech https://t.co/VxCnbfBwGI — The Truth About Guns (@guntruth) May 23, 2022 🤔What is “on-line violence”? https://t.co/b7UtSVq2dO — TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) May 23, 2022 “the right to be free from online violence” already exists. You block the person, or turn off your computer, or scroll past, or just close your eyes. We don’t need that to be “recalibrated”. I’d like to recalibrate how much influence these people have over my rights, though. — Kaiser 🌸 (@newspeakeasy) May 23, 2022 Tyler Durden Mon, 05/23/2022 – 14:20

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RFK Jr., Others, Speak at Facebook ‘Censorship’ Rally

With the advancement of digital technology and social media, people easily have the freedom to share what they have to say to others across the globe. Or can they? A large group of people, including some influential names, attended a rally outside of Facebook’s headquarters on May 19 organized by the grassroots group Humanity Against Censorship. Rally-goers held signs denouncing Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Protesters hold signs denouncing Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the Humanity Against Censorship rally in front of Meta headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. on May 19, 2022. (Mrs. Hao/The Epoch Times) They accused Facebook, now known as Meta, of censorship that they, and many others, have felt on the platform….

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