Social Media Companies Are Not Above the Law

The upcoming trial, Pennie vs. Twitter et al. will argue that Facebook, Google and Twitter facilitated terrorism and radicalized attacks on police officers across the nation, as witnessed in the July 7, 2016 ambush-style shooting attack in Dallas, Texas that claimed the lives of five police officers. The case was filed in federal court for…

The Term “Racism” Has No Place in Politics

Have you ever noticed that the politicians who say… “We need to open a dialogue about race in this country in order to end racism” are often the most intolerant to listen to different opinions about race? In fact, they are often the first to call another racist and/or claim that political decisions are racially-motivated. Because of America’s poor history…

Section 230 Of The CDA Must Align With The 21st Century

In 1996, Congress pursued a measure to prevent children from being exposed to sexual content online. The legislative policy was outlined in 47 U.S.C § 230, formally known as the Communications Decency Act of 1996. Based on provisions outlined in the CDA, it was obvious that the legislative judgment placed the balance of free speech…