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Jun 19 2021
More than 100,000 names will be removed from Georgia's voter registration rolls in an attempt to keep the state's voter files "up to date," Georgia's secretary of state announced Friday.
"Making sure Georgia's voter rolls are up to date is key to ensuring the integrity of our elections," Republican Brad Raffensperger said in a statement. "There is no legitimate reason to keep ineligibleCNN (Online News)
Dec 23 2021
Former President Trump on Thursday asked the Supreme Court to block the National Archives from turning over records from his White House to the House Jan. 6 select committee after a series of defeats in the lower courts.
Trump's lawyers filed an emergency petition with the Supreme Court ahead of a Thursday deadline to seek a review imposed by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, whichThe Hill
Dec 21 2021
New whistleblower videos capture Delaware County, Pennsylvania officials plotting to recreate missing election data from the November 2020 contest, with one official later bragging that the local Democrat district attorney “owes him.” These recordings represent the latest evidence of the alleged fraud officials in the Pennsylvania county undertook to hide widespread violations of the state’sThe Federalist
Jan 17 2022
Ghislaine Maxwell ends fight to keep eight 'John Does' secret, court to decide whether names should be unsealed
Ghislaine Maxwell will no longer fight to keep the names of eight 'John Does' secret and will leave it to the court to decide whether the names should be unsealed, according to a letter dated January 12.
The documents are part of a 2015 defamation lawsuit against Maxwell brought by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who claimed Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused her while she was a minor and thatCNN (Online News)
Feb 14 2022
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton reportedly sued Facebook on Monday for violating the state's privacy protections for personal biometric data through facial recognition technology it used until recently.
Paxton filed the suit in a state district court in Marshall and sought civil penalties in the hundreds of billions of dollars because of the company's history of recording facialWashington Examiner
Nov 18 2020
Few prominent political arguments have been so nakedly self-refuting as the conservative case for antitrust action against big tech.
The argument typically goes something like this: Big tech has too much power, and social media companies like Facebook use that power to shape and stifle political debates, censoring conservatives and conservative speech in ways that are both visible andReason
Sep 27 2021
Rules around COVID-19 vaccinations and their implications for people's lives have sparked debate across the globe.
Amid these discussions, a purported Italian plan for COVID passes related to vaccination status has sparked conversation online.
Some social media users, who have questioned the impact on liberties, have said Italy will require a "green pass" or "COVID passport" forNewsweek
Jun 27 2022
Fact check: Democratic group makes multiple false claims in its dramatic allegations about Lauren Boebert's past
Washington (CNN)A Democratic super PAC has made multiple false claims about Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert while pushing unproven allegations that the right-wing Colorado congresswoman has had abortions and formerly worked as an escort, all of which Boebert vehemently denies.
American Muckrakers PAC co-founder David Wheeler acknowledged to CNN that the super PAC had been "sloppy" andCNN Fact Check
Jan 31 2022
The IRS has announced it will soon require people to use facial recognition technology to access parts of the agency’s website, and taxpayers are getting serious jitters.
The agency said it did not plan to require facial recognition for filing tax returns, CNBC reported. But by this summer, people who want to access certain information on the IRS’s website — including past tax recordsHuffPost
Apr 06 2022
The fight to replace retiring GOP Sen. Pat Toomey heated up Tuesday after a super PAC backing Rep. Conor Lamb aired the first negative TV ad of Pennsylvania’s Democratic primary, calling the lawmaker’s chief rival a socialist.
The 30-second clip contrasts Lamb, a centrist Democrat, with the race’s current front-runner, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, portraying him as an out-of-touch leftistWashington Examiner