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Elon Musk: US judge signals Elon Musk’s X may lose case against hate speech watchdog

A U.S. judge on Thursday signaled he may dismiss X Corp's lawsuit against a nonprofit group that has criticized a rise in hate speech on the social media platform once known as Twitter since Elon Musk took it over.X sued the Center for Countering Digital Hate last July, accusing it of causing tens of millions of dollars in damages through a "scare campaign" to drive away advertisers.Elevate Your Tech Prowess with High-Value Skill CoursesOffering CollegeCourseWebsiteIndian School of BusinessISB Product…

Joran van der Sloot Doc Reexamines Natalee Holloway Case

Developments around the 2005 disappearance of high school teen Natalee Holloway, which led to a media frenzy captivating families across the globe, remained stagnant for more than a decade. Despite the family officially declaring the Alabama teen dead in 2012, her disappearance fueled the cultural canon with true-crime TV programming, a Lifetime movie, and more books on Amazon than you care to count.  But it wasn’t until Joran van der Sloot, the primary suspect in her death, was extradited from Peru on extortion…

Hailey Bieber Drops Viral Rhode Lip Case: How to Buy Online

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. Lips? Puckered. Phone case? Gripped. The only thing missing is a tube of lip tint to really bring your whole photo together — and Hailey Bieber has delivered a way to eliminate the “chapstick rattling around in your bag” fuss all together with her viral Rhode phone cases, which are on sale for pre-order now.…

The economic case for investing in school meals

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain The return on investing in universal school meals is clear. According to a new report, universal free school meals (breakfast and lunch for students regardless of income) have 2.5 to seven times the return in human health and economic benefits in comparable high-income countries. The quality of student diets in Canada

Galaxy Buds 3 Pro case battery certification leaves important question unanswered

We revealed in an exclusive report late last year that Samsung would launch a successor to the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro in 2024. Recently, we learned that Samsung is also working on a sequel to the non-Pro Galaxy Buds 2. Both the Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro are expected to launch this year. As the weeks and months go by, we are likely to see a lot of information about the new wireless earbuds appear online before their official unveiling. Some of that information will come through the certifications Samsung will need to…

Apple’s FineWoven Case Slapped With ‘Frequently Returned’ Warning on Amazon

Photo: Florence Ion / GizmodoApple’s Finewoven case for the iPhone 15 has received so many returns that Amazon has started putting a warning label on the product. What, exactly, is the issue? Many people are complaining it’s uncomfortable to hold and scratches easily.Top 5 Shopping Tips for Amazon Prime DayThe warning label users now see on the Apple Finewove case is added to products that are frequently returned to Amazon, as first reported by 9to5Mac Thursday. The online retailer rolled out the “Frequently Returned

Apple: EU set to fine Apple in Spotify music streaming case

Apple is set to be handed an EU antitrust fine of about 500 million euros ($543 million) next week in a music streaming case triggered by a Spotify complaint, sources said.The European Commission last year charged the iPhone maker with preventing Spotify and other music streaming firms from informing users of options outside Apple's App Store.Elevate Your Tech Prowess with High-Value Skill CoursesOffering CollegeCourseWebsiteIIM LucknowIIML Executive Programme in FinTech, Banking & Applied Risk ManagementVisitIIT…

Did you buy an Apple FineWoven iPhone 15 case (and is it already as beat up as this one)?

Apple’s FineWoven case, the replacement for its leather iPhone cases, was met with ridicule when it launched due to awkward-feeling materials and mediocre looks, yet things have only gotten worse since then. Joanna Stern, a senior personal tech columnist for the Wall Street Journal, reported in her newsletter that her FineWoven case has started to fade in just a few months. Not only have the edges started to peel away and scratches have been found all over the material but there is notable fading in the middle of the…

The case that could change the internet

Both states enacted their laws before Musk bought what was then Twitter, sacked most of its moderators, reinstated most of those banned by the previous management and opened the platform to posts, some involving hate speech, anti-semitism and disinformation, that have cost X, as it is now known, half its advertising revenues, a lot of users and as much as $US30 billion ($45.9 billion) of value. There is now a strong conservative presence on X.The legislation also predates the launch of Donald Trump’s Truth Social, in…

Supreme Court’s Big Tech Case Could Remake the Internet

The internet could look vastly different depending on how the U.S. Supreme Court rules on the question of whether tech companies’ curation of posts and users can be protected under the First Amendment.  The court heard oral arguments Monday for a pair of lawsuits challenging laws passed in Texas and Florida that barred social media sites from curating political speech. Both laws were inspired by conservative backlash claiming Big Tech platforms censored posts and users with right-wing viewpoints.  The…