Media Bias Alert: PayPal Says Anti-Misinformation Policy Was an Error After Backlash

PayPal received backlash this week for releasing an updated use policy that would fine users up to $2,500 for “the sending, posting, or publication of any messages, content, or materials… [that] promote misinformation.” The platform has since removed the policy.
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AllStances™: Is Section 230 Good or Bad?

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is currently one of the most highly contested pieces of legislation on the books, largely due to its vast consequences on the way we are interact with the internet. Explore the various perspectives of those that want to revoke, reform, or leave alone, Section 230.
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Facts, Myths and Rumors: Bill Gates and Jeffrey Epstein

Amid news of Bill and Melinda Gates getting a divorce , rumors are swirling about Bill’s connections to convicted sex offender and high-profile financier Jeffrey Epstein. The two met multiple times, with Gates even flying once on Epstein’s private plane. While this fact has invited tons...
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Why do People Believe in Conspiracy Theories? What the Leading Research Says

From the Center This viewpoint is from a writer rated Center. The coronavirus pandemic led to the emergence of conspiracy theories about the origins and nature of the new virus. In part reflecting intense political polarization in the United States, conspiracy groups like QAnon have risen...
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