Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google have donated vast sums of money to members of the House Judiciary Committee's antitrust subcommittee in advance of its Big Tech hearing on Wednesday.

This is pretty much legalized bribery

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A vast and vague new hate crimes law is under consideration, and the Christian Institute has written in opposition, warning that it could turn into a crime something you unwittingly do in your own home.

Will the same policies be applied to another religion like Islam and Judaism?

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Faith leaders are speaking out after California Gov. Gavin Newsom banned singing and chanting in houses of worship last week due to a surge in coronavirus cases following weeks of protests.

If this is true, the church has an excellent case to sue the government. Lawyers would be drooling for an opportunity like this

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IBM says it will not condone use of technology for ‘violations of basic human rights and freedoms’.

This is actually surprising

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Power hungry. Those given authority are sometimes drunk with it

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The Supreme Court said that it will not issue a ruling in a closely watched case over a New York gun regulation.

I kinda wished they did. That way we can start knocking down 2nd amendment infringements once and for all

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A Scottish Member of Parliament and LGBT campaigner has made a tweet suggesting that parents who buy their children violent

Except for, you know, countless times that have shown that video games don't promote real-life violence?

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PewDiePie hinted that upcoming changes will be coming to the channel.

Brofist!

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Kate Scottow (bottom right) was found guilty of sending offensive tweets in 2018-19 as she 'misgendered' transgender woman Stephanie Hayden (top right) and called her a 'pig in a wig'.

You go to jail for offending someone. Way to go UK

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