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Judge: Meta Intentionally Violated Campaign Finance Laws ☞ Newsbusters

“The judge concluded that Meta repeatedly and intentionally violated the law and must pay penalties. The exact amount of penalties will be determined at a later date. Under state law, the court can assess a civil penalty of up to $10,000 per violation. In addition, because Meta’s violations are found to have been intentional, the court may triple the amount of the judgment as punitive damages. By law, campaign finance penalties go to the State Public Disclosure Transparency Account.”

TikTok’s ‘Elections Center’ Is A Massive Threat To National Security ☞ The Federalist

“Last week, TikTok boasted in a press release about the creation of its new Elections Center. The center will influence American elections on two fronts: by providing voter information and countering ‘misinformation’…

The first front means TikTok will have voting profiles on all American users who click through the Elections Center, and the second front means a Chinese company will be policing our political discourse on the single most popular social network.”

BREAKING: TikTok Permanently Removes MRCTV Account Without Explanation ☞ Newsbusters

“TikTok’s latest censor blitz came just three weeks after the platform permanently banned MRCTV on May 26. TikTok reduced the initial sentence from a permanent ban to a weeklong suspension, but one week after the suspension ended, the Chinese-Communist Party-tied platform removed MRCTV. Between Aug. 25, 2021 and June 15, 2022, TikTok censored MRCTV a total of 45 times. Forty-two of those cases were in 2022 alone. When the platform banned MRCTV the second time, the account had amassed over 79,000 followers.”

Twitter sues Elon Musk ☞ HotAir

Now a judge in a specialized business court in Delaware must determine whether the world’s richest man can exit the $44 billion deal, despite a contract binding him to complete the acquisition barring a major change to the company’s business.

Elon Musk is terminating the deal to buy Twitter ☞ HotAir

“Sometimes Twitter has ignored Mr. Musk’s requests, sometimes it has rejected them for reasons that appear to be unjustified, and sometimes it has claimed to comply while giving Mr. Musk incomplete or unusable information,” the letter continues.

Supreme Court Blocks Texas Law Restraining Social Media Companies ☞

“The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday blocked a Texas law that bars large social media companies from banning or censoring users based on ‘viewpoint,’ siding with two technology industry groups that have argued that the Republican-backed measure would turn platforms into ‘havens of the vilest expression imaginable.’ “

Which Governments Are Requesting Your Data The Most? ☞ TechRobot

“In response to government requests, Facebook states that it may produce any of the following data: Basic subscriber information such as name, length of service, payment information and email addresses; records pertaining to account activity such as message headers and IP addresses’; and the stored contents of an account such as messages, photos, videos, timeline posts and location information.”

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