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Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

During the oral argument for the Kimberlins’ failed motion to dismiss the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit because they were alleging it was a SLAPP suit, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin tried to argue that the First Amendment protected his right to say anything in a complaint filed with a public official. 174 more words

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Google’s automated harassment detector

Well, well, well.  A subsidiary of Google called jigsaw has partnered with the New York Times and the Wikimedia Foundation to produce Conversation AI, an artificial intelligence tool they say can detect harassment with 92 percent accuracy and a 10 percent false-positive rate. 122 more words


The Rise of the Internet Troll

The rise of the internet troll. The bully. Someone intent to stir the pot and cause chaos as others look on. With social media being such a strong component in everyday life, many find themselves feeling free to release their negative inner-dialogue from behind the safe confines of their computers. 348 more words

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Here's Why You Shouldn't Trust Those Online Polls That Say Trump Won

So who won the presidential debate on Monday night? Not surprisingly, supporters of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton believe she won, and say they have the polls to prove it. 615 more words


Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. News

Here are the net results of today’s motions hearing in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.

William Ferguson was dismissed from the case for lack of personal jurisdiction. 493 more words

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Cucapá 1- Trump 0

Si son de los que están pegados al ‘interné’ seguramente ya lo vieron y si de plano les pasó de noche, acá les compartimos la ingeniosa manera de Cucapá (cervecería con sede en Baja California)  de madrearse a los seguidores de ese meme viviente con tupé llamado Donald Trump (Don Aldo Trompas pa’ los cuates). 147 more words


Anti-Semitism and the Trump Trolls: A Timeline

While Donald Trump at times appeared almost poised during last night’s debate, there is no question that he has a history of hateful rhetoric. 96 more words

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