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The Supreme Court will hear an important case on students’ off campus free speech today. The case, which originated in Pennsylvania, brings into question whether or not schools have the jurisdiction to censor or punish speech that takes place off campus and detached from school connected or endorsed events or property.
On Wednesday, January 6, 2020, supporters of Donald Trump gathered in an initially peaceful protest of the election results on Capitol Hill. By 3 PM Eastern that afternoon, hundreds of his adherents had breached the Capitol Building.
Hello, and welcome to Misintelligence's first Month in Tech. It'll be a roughly once-a-month (not *monthly*) column on Misintelligence featuring dahliaOS, IPFS, Matrix, the Fediverse, and other major developments in the technology and Internet world.
I’ve heard quite some horrifying things about incumbent President Donald Trump’s press conference, from an unfinished election he and his followers claim is “rigged.” Today, I took a look at the claims he made in the press conference to determine how much truth there was to his claims.