free speech

This Is Your Brain on Google

For a brief period last June, Tulsi Gabbard’s presidential campaign was suspended from Google by Google. Because the Democratic Congresswoman upped her spending on Google ads, their algorithm flagged her for potential spam. Gabbard’s campaign was Google-absent for about six hours, or in “today’s time,” for an eternity. So she

This Is Your Brain on Google

For a brief period last June, Tulsi Gabbard’s presidential campaign was suspended from Google by Google. Because the Democratic Congresswoman upped her spending on Google

First Amendment

First Amendment fact-check

American college students do not understand the First Amendment’s free speech provisions, according to an August survey of 1,500 students on four major U.S. campuses.

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