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Oh, lucky us. The TSA has a new watch list. This one’s for anybody they think gives their screeners trouble — including non-violent trouble.
Some of the unintended (though predictable) consequences of FOSTA, the new law against online sex trafficking.
Life in the constitution-free zone.
The entire economy is MoviePass. Enjoy it while you can.
Whether you like the way it’s done or not, Europe’s new privacy law will bring you a bit more online security.
The next gun battleground may be taxes, notes the “lesser educated” (ya gotta read it) Herschel Smith.
Latest “progressive” intellectual psychobabble: You don’t have a right to believe whatever you want. (How the Thought Police are going to stop you is a question for another day.)
Facebook, Google, Twitter, and something called Brightcloud may believe they have the answer.
Tracking you without a warrant. (H/T JB)
Fight back against a brutal cop and be charged with a federal hate crime? Bad idea. Very bad.
A sex worker describes the harm the feds’ seizure of Backpage is doing to her.
Venmo is a peer-to-peer payments network. Venmo is also a social network. Why the hell would you want friends and casual strangers to see where you’re spending your money? Unless for some goofy reason you actually want them track and speculate about your activities.
The creepy goes up another notch. Yahoo and AOL are … well, just read it. The headline is slightly overblown, but the reality is damnable enough.
Inside the brotherhood of ad blockers. This is great!
Per jc2k in comments: Black gun-rights activist and founder of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club, Rakem Balogun, is arrested and financially ruined for criticizing police.
She was reported, pulled out of class, and searched merely for mentioning her concealed carry permit.
When the concept of “consent” becomes insanity.
Why are Republicans planning to boost the cost of the SNAP program?
Arizona passes a comprehensive campus free-speech law for government universities.
Will Rosie O’Donnell do prison time?
That deadly Uber vehicle saw the woman and her bike in time via its various sensors. Its programming told it to ignore her.
Ticketmaster wants to use facial recognition to grant or deny you access to concerts. Wonder how many millions will cheerfully sell themselves for such privileges?
Good on you, NSSF and Springfield Armory. A sporting goods store that lobbies against firearms deserves to be cast into outer darkness.
Will Cuomo get away with using regulatory power against the NRA?
Wow. Last night’s White House Correspondents Dinner must have been the fiasco of fiascos. Even the NYT and CNN are decrying the nasty attacks comedian Michelle Wolf made against Trump (who wasn’t there) and Sarah Huckabee Sanders (who was).
The inimitable Scott Greenfield slams it to those regressive fools who are cutting their own (and civilization’s) throat by dismissing free speech as nothing but a right-wing dog whistle.
Two on Alfie Evans: where is Jimmy Kimmel’s voice now; and Britain’s new Berlin Wall.