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Tech · United States
The Supreme Court will decide if state laws limiting social media platforms violate the Constitution
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether state laws that seek to regulate Facebook, TikTok, X and other social media platforms violate the Constitution.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 97 sources
Mobile Phones · California
Woman stole from nail supply store then came back to retrieve her phone, CA cops say
Two women walked into a nail supply store and shoplifted before leaving, California police said. But one woman went back. Only a few minutes after leaving the store, one of the women went back to ask for her phone that she had dropped, according to a Sept. 25 news release by the Murrieta Police Department. See the Story
50% Center coverage: 30 sources
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Facebook · Hamburg
Facebook: Does the paid subscription come for ten euros?
According to a newspaper report, there could soon be a paid subscription for Instagram and Facebook. The meta-corporation would thus react to a changing data protection situation in Europe.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
WSJ: Instagram and Facebook ABOS without ads will cost up to 13 euros a month
Meta wants to charge up to 13 euros a month for its upcoming ad-free subscriptions for Instagram and Facebook. This is reported by The Wall Street Journal. There have been rumors about the arrival of such subscriptions, specifically for European users, for some time.See the Story
Facebook · Ho Chi Minh City
Chef Vo Quoc fined 7.5 million VND, warning of insulting speech...
The case of chef Vo Quoc was sanctioned by the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Information and Communications for posting content insulting to other people's personal and organizational and professional activities on Facebook as a wake-up lesson for young people when using social networks.See the Story
Opinion · Hereford
[Opinion] We need an apology for this disastrous damage in Herefordshire
Bill Wiggin hailed the Government’s recent announcement to remove the embargo on building within the Wye catchment without needing to demonstrate nutrient neutrality. He displays either ignorance or disingenuousness in claiming that housing and its associated infrastructure doesn’t leach phosphates; it can and does.See the Story