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17 hours ago by jesse_the_k
ZAP 1.0RC and Osada 1.0RC Announcement
"Zap provides the full capabilities of Zot, which includes privacy controls, private media, and account resilience; with a corresponding lack of federation with networks that do not offer these features -- hence a much smaller and more intimate social graph"
hubzilla  osada  zap  social  software 
20 hours ago by unary
I ‘Dark Ads’ a favore della Brexit hanno raggiunto 10m di persone
...che secondo i ricercatori hanno visualizzato la "pubblicità" non presente nelle pagine, e quindi invisibile a chi non ne era bersaglio, a fini politici e di propaganda.
propaganda  social  top  humanrights 
yesterday by mgpf offers services that are basically a social network inside SSH. There is chat, email, forums, games, and lots more.
Tilde  social  public-access  unix 
yesterday by mwishek
Media Use Index 2018: Instagram bei den Jungen klar vor Facebook - Bernet Relations
Der Media Use Index untersucht jährlich das Mediennutzungs- und Informationsverhalten der Schweizer Bevölkerung. Über alle Generationen hinweg ist WhatsApp die beliebteste Smartphone-App. Insgesamt wurde der Messaging-Dienst von 60 Prozent der Befragten genannt.
publicrelations  social  media 
yesterday by fwhamm
Supreme Court case could decide Facebook, Twitter power to regulate speech • CNBC
Tucker Higgins:
<p>The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that could determine whether users can challenge social media companies on free speech grounds.

The case, Manhattan Community Access Corp. v. Halleck, No. 17-702, centers on whether a private operator of a public access television network is considered a state actor, which can be sued for First Amendment violations.

The case could have broader implications for social media and other media outlets. In particular, a broad ruling from the high court could open the country's largest technology companies up to First Amendment lawsuits.

That could shape the ability of companies like Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet's Google to control the content on their platforms as lawmakers clamor for more regulation and activists on the left and right spar over issues related to censorship and harassment.

The Supreme Court accepted the case on Friday. It is the first case taken by a reconstituted high court after Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation earlier this month.

On its face, the case has nothing to do with social media at all. Rather, the facts of the case concern public access television, and two producers who claim they were punished for expressing their political views. The producers, DeeDee Halleck and Jesus Melendez, say that Manhattan Neighborhood Network suspended them for expressing views that were critical of the network.

In making the argument to the justices that the case was worthy of review, attorneys for MNN said the court could use the case to resolve a lingering dispute over the power of social media companies to regulate the content on their platforms.

While the First Amendment is meant to protect citizens against government attempts to limit speech, there are certain situations in which private companies can be subject to First Amendment liability. </p>

We're betting on Kavanaugh ruling in favour of it being a "state actor", yes?
supremecourt  twitter  social  firstamendment 
2 days ago by charlesarthur
Video Chat Is Terrible and About to Get Much Worse – Member Feature Stories – Medium
Heather uses examples of upcoming "improvements" to online video chat to get back to the core of the problems around the poor state social tools we currently have.
communication  social  HeatherGold  socialcomfort  linkfodder 
2 days ago by vanderwal
Sept questions-réponses pour comprendre la loi contre les fausses informations
En nouvelle lecture, les d&eacute;put&eacute;s ont adopt&eacute; mardi soir la proposition de loi contre les &laquo; infox &raquo; ou fausses informations par 45 voix contre 20. Le texte part maintenant au S&eacute;nat o&ugrave; il devrait &ecirc;tre rejet&eacute; une nouvelle fois. Les d&eacute;put&eacute;s auront en toute hypoth&egrave;se le dernier mot suite &agrave; cette navette.
fr  france  democracy  censorship  social 
3 days ago by pankkake

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