Section 230 is most often invoked by online service providers like Twitter to shield them against liability for user content. But Section 230 says that "no provider or user" of an online service can be held responsible for another person's content. If Sziszak merely retweeted Alfaro's post, she should enjoy the same immunity Twitter does. … [Read more...] about New Jersey prosecutors drop charges over tweeting a cop’s photo [Updated]
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And, no, it's not still around because he went on a hunger strike until NASA invented better space food. The astronauts were provided with extra food in case their mission had to be extended. Because the mission only lasted eight days he didn't eat this "delicious" food (obviously). … [Read more...] about 60’s Space Food Looks Gross, Probably Tastes Gross
Cooler palettes dominated in other prizewinning photos, such as the glowing aurora greens and blues in "The Green Lady," captured in Norway by photographer Nicholas Roemmelt; and the shimmering pinks and pale yellows in "Painting the Sky," photographed in Finnish Lapland by Thomas Kast. The winning photos for 2020 were announced yesterday (Sept. 10) in an awards ceremony that Royal Museums Greenwich livestreamed on YouTube and on Facebook, and can be viewed on the contest website. … [Read more...] about Mind-blowing Andromeda galaxy and ‘Cosmic Inferno’ earn space photo contest’s top prizes
In fact, four of the alcoholic beverages on display were manufactured by the museum: Korean feces wine; chicha, an ancient beer made from corn that is chewed into paste before fermenting; pruno, a prison wine made from fruit and brewed in a toilet; and a potent Ugandan moonshine that British colonizers dubbed "war gin." … [Read more...] about Squirrel beer, ant gin and poop wine are served up in Disgusting Food Museum’s new exhibit
For example, in April and again in July, the Space Force detected an anti-satellite missile test conducted in low Earth orbit by Russia. The April test "provides yet another example that the threats to the U.S. and allied space systems are real, serious and growing," Space Force commander Gen. John "Jay" Raymond stated following that incident. … [Read more...] about Countries around the world want a Space Force — but why?