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August 8, 2012

Facebook and ACLU 'Like' Free Speech

In separate amicus briefs, both Facebook and ACLU want to challenge a federal judge's May ruling that hitting the "like" button is not a protected act of free speech. The decision hinges on a Virginia sheriff deputy who was fired for "liking" his boss' opponent in the local sheriff election. Facebook described liking something as the 21rst century equivalent of "front yard campaign sign"; ACLU said that whether you write "I like" or click the button, you are conveying the same information. The case is now before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

Amazon Didn't Accidentally Ship Someone An Assault Rifle, America Did

It would be truly unbelievable if Amazon, the company, accidentally shipped someone a gun in place of a TV. But it's not unbelievable at all that one of its thousands of resellers did just that. About 35 million TVs were sold in the US in 2009; that same year, at least 14 million guns were sold. It was just a particularly funny mislabel — I'm kind of surprised this doesn't happen more often.

Tech Confessional: How Pandora's IPO Changed Everything

A former employee discusses the 'avalanche' of daily emails, anti-gay ads embedded in internet radio stream and how the service's algorithm changed over the years. Part of an occasional series.

20 Haunting Photos Of Rural Decay

Abandoned building are always redolent of the temporariness of the human condition. Sure, urban decay gets all the attention, but humans have forsaken plenty of places in the countryside.

The Secret To Ed Klein's Success

The long-ago Timesman's Obama takedown has been on to of the New York Times bestseller list for eleven weeks. He may not be a mainstream reporter, but he plays one on Fox.

Obama Was Asked In 2007 If He Would Change Clinton Welfare Reform

President Obama has taken heat from the Romney campaign in a new ad saying he gutted the Clinton welfare reform plan from 1996. At a 2007 town hall, then Senator Obama was asked how he would change Clinton's welfare reform plan. Obama said that Clinton's plan "didn't give people enough tools to get out of welfare." Obama proposed ideas such as expanding the child tax credit, providing more help with transportation, expanding the earned income tax credit, providing health care entry level jobs if it is not provided, and increasing education and job training to help people get off welfare.

Greenpeace Attacks Romney Aide On Climate Work

Group accuses Press Secretary Andrea Saul, who previously worked as a lobbyist against climate change regulations, of skewing the candidate's energy position.

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