In a decision with potentially large ramifications, New York Federal Judge LaShann DeArcy Hall won't dismiss a libel suit against "Shitty Media Men" creator Moira Donegan.
Explaining, the judge says it is possible that Donegan created the entry herself. The judge believes that Elliott should be able to explore whether the entry was fabricated. Accordingly, discovery proceeds, which will now put pressure on Google to respond to broad subpoena demands. The next motion stage could feature a high-stakes one about the reaches of CDA 230.
Boris Johnson set to win a clear majority in U.K. election
UK PM Theresa May released a video this morning from 10 Downing Street, as her situation becomes as shaky as the camera work in her impromptu message.
Whatever your feelings on Brexit, this was always going to be messy.
Our UK friends have seen some developments in the increasingly chaotic Brexit saga over the last few days. Let’s discuss them.
I spent six hours watching the UK House of Commons debate and vote. I have thoughts.
The latest version of a Brexit deal was soundly defeated, 242 in favor to 391 against, in the House of Commons Tuesday evening.
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Rumblings in Westminster are starting to get louder, and more public, as the UK House of Commons tries to find a path forward with the Brexit deadline bearing down on them.
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HSBC bank throws in its lot. In fact, HSBC cleverly perpetuates, and looks to profit from, a pernicious myth which is both false and destructively divisive.
We have arrived at a paradoxical position: our democratic institutions require our participation for their continued legitimacy and health, but a sudden surge of political engagement is currently driving their instability and stress-testing them to breaking point.
While you where sleeping, the UK did some shuffling in the government lead by Prime Minster Theresa May. Amber Rudd has resigned as Home Secretary among a growing immigration scandal, with communities secretary Sajid Javid elevated to the post.
Turns out some judge thinks Great Britain is a Parliamentary democracy, not a direct democracy.