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Clarence Thomas’ friend keeps getting dunked on for defending Justice’s ethically questionable luxury vacations

What are friends for?

On Aug 10, 2023 by Marlon Ettinger

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‘Devastating blow’: Supreme Court ruling against affirmative action brings swift condemnation from Democratic lawmakers

'Consequences could continue for generations.'

On Jun 29, 2023 by Katherine Huggins

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Supreme Court decides not to tear down Section 230

Section 230 isn't going anywhere for now.

On May 18, 2023 by David Covucci

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Clarence Thomas did not need to disclose trips with billionaire, says friend who went on trips with them

He is in a painting with Crow and Thomas.

On Apr 27, 2023 by David Covucci

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Why people suddenly think Anonymous is going to release Clarence Thomas’ Pornhub habits

Data from an old, unconfirmed dox is going re-viral in the wake of news about Thomas.

On Apr 11, 2023 by Claire Goforth

RV park with caption 'I prefer the Walmart parking lots to the beaches and things like that.' (l) Clarence Thomas speaking in front of black background with caption 'I come from regular stock, and I prefer that.' (r)

Clarence Thomas’ claim he likes ‘Walmart parking lots’ over beaches goes viral after free superyacht, private jet trips revealed

'I prefer the RV parks. I prefer the Walmart parking lots to the beaches and things like that.'

On Apr 6, 2023 by Mikael Thalen

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Supreme Court leans toward Twitter’s argument it did not knowingly aid ISIS terrorists

The Justices pondered the legality of everything from loaning a friend a gun to giving Osama Bin Laden money.

On Feb 22, 2023 by Jacob Seitz

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Supreme Court’s 230 decision hangs by a thumbnail

Supreme Court Justices signaled broad understanding and support for Section 230 in oral arguments.

On Feb 21, 2023 by David Covucci

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The Supreme Court could dismantle big tech—or keep them free from repercussions forever

Gonzalez v. Google could decide not only the future of Section 230, but the future of the internet as we know it.

On Feb 17, 2023 by Jacob Seitz

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The new Republican claim that the FCC can’t reinstate net neutrality is wrong—but it might still work

A ruling against the EPA was used against Gigi Sohn.

On Feb 16, 2023 by Karl Bode

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Gigi Sohn says recent Supreme Court ruling won’t stop FCC from reinstating net neutrality

Sohn said in her third confirmation hearing that she believes the FCC still has the authority to act on net neutrality if Congress does not.

On Feb 14, 2023 by Jacob Seitz

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‘Detrimental to all users’ speech online’: EFF argues against narrowing Section 230 in Supreme Court brief

The case is set to be heard in February.

On Jan 23, 2023 by Jacob Seitz

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Tech experts ask Supreme Court to rule that Section 230 protections apply to algorithmic recommendations

Experts asked the Court to rule that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act applies to recommended content.

On Jan 18, 2023 by Jacob Seitz

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Supreme Court takes on case that could be most serious threat to Section 230 immunity yet

The suit was filed by the family of an American woman slain in France.

On Oct 3, 2022 by Claire Goforth

Florida asks Supreme Court to rule on controversial social media law

Florida petitions Supreme Court to rule on law that prevents politicians from being banned on social media

It could have major first amendment ramifications.

On Sep 22, 2022 by Jacob Seitz