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At today's House Weaponization of the Federal Government hearing, Matt Taibbi spoke about the Twitter files and alleged suppression of free speech by the fed...YouTube
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Tucker: So when you, look at me and say, "Yeah, of course [the media] is part of the means of control." That's obvious to you because you're 28, but I just didn't see it at all -- at all. And I'm ashamed of that.
PODCAST HOST: Isn't that what the media tries to do though?
TUCKER CARLSON: It's their only purpose. They're not here to inform you! Really? Even on the big things that really matter like the economy and the war and Covid, things that really matter and will effect you, no. Their job is not to inform you, they're working for the small group of people who actually run the world. They're their servants, they're the Praetorian Guard. And we should treat them with maximum contempt because they have earned it.
Cruz sent four letters to the chief officers of TikTok, Meta, Twitter, and Google asking for information about their platforms’ algorithms.
“As you are well aware, social media companies rely on algorithms to not only moderate content, but also to surface personalized recommendations to users,” Cruz said.
He emphasized the ways these algorithms play a tangible role in politics, noting that “Recommendation systems play an increasingly ubiquitous role in selecting content for individual consumption, including by promoting some content, using product design elements to prominently display recommendations, and downranking or filtering disfavored content and accounts.”
Later in the letters, Cruz wrote, “In a world where seven out of ten Americans receive their political news from social media, the manner in which content is filtered through recommendation systems has an undeniable effect on what Americans see, think, and ultimately believe.”
“At their best,” Cruz added, “recommendations help users discover interesting or relevant content that they might not otherwise find on a platform.”
But at their worst, Cruz said, these algorithms can be a recipe for addiction and a pipeline to obscene or harmful material, or can be redirected for partisan ends.
“[R]ecommendation systems can also fuel platform addiction by feeding users an essentially infinite stream of content,” Cruz said, adding that these algorithms “can be especially dangerous when recommendations make it easier for vulnerable users, especially teenagers, to find objectively harmful content, such as content that promotes eating disorders and self-harm.”
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has launched a new Senate probe into Big Tech through the Senate Committee on ...www.theepochtimes.com
“To my knowledge, at this point in time, the Russians have not recovered that aircraft,” Gen Ryder said on Tuesday afternoon.
US accuses Russia of ‘unsafe and unprofessional’ intercept of MQ-9 Reaper drone over waters west of CrimeaJulian Borger (The Guardian)
Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff compared the “hate” at public school board meetings Wednesday to that which motivated the Holocaust, in which the Nazis exterminated six million Jews and millions of other people.
This hate is interconnected. You see it in the discourse in the country right now. You see it in the divide that we have, in the, just going to school [board] meeting[s] — you see that hate that is out there, we’ve got to step up, and speak out, and we’ve got to call out the cowards out there, people — as my wife would say, these “so-called leaders.”
Climate activist Greta Thunberg deleted a 2018 tweet that claimed mankind will go extinct unless humans stop using fossil fuels by 2023. --------------------...YouTube
우선 오는 2042년까지 경기도 용인에 300조원 규모의 '반도체 클러스터'를 구축한다. 단일 단지 기준으로 세계에서 가장 큰 규모다. 클러스터에 첨단 반도체 제조공장(팹) 5개를 구축하고 국내외 우수한 소재·부품·장비(소부장), 팹리스(반도체 설계업체) 등 최대 150개 기업을 유치한다는 방침이다.
민·관이 오는 2042년까지 수도권에 300조원을 투자해 세계 최대 규모의 반도체 단지를 구축한다.글로벌 복합위기 파고를 헤쳐 나가기 위해 우리 경제의 중추인 반도체를 비롯해 전략산업 경쟁력 강화에 국력을 집중하겠다는 의지의 피력이다.산업통상자원부는 15일...조아라 기자 (아주경제)
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According to local residents interviewed by the Daily Mail, the woman and her attacker were inside the car, arguing, before the stabbing.
The Cheltenham stabbing victim has been revealed as an American spy on loan to the nearby GCHQ, and her attacker was charged with terrorismRT
The US could get directly involved in the Ukraine conflict if it sees that Kiev’s forces are on the back foot, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Seymour Hersh suggested on Tuesday.
Speaking at an event in Washington, DC hosted by the Committee for the Republic, a non-profit organization, Hersh noted that the US “did stupid things” during the Vietnam War, and suggested that Washington could “start doing something else” in the Ukraine conflict.
“I don’t know what happens if it goes bad for Ukraine, you have all this manpower,” he said, pointing out that the US has dispatched units of its 82nd and 101st elite airborne divisions close to the Ukrainian border, while “a lot of weapons and arms are coming” to Europe.
According to Hersh, “the big deal” is that Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to come to an agreement with the Ukrainian government. “The deal is demilitarize, and it’s going to be a no-go for us,” the journalist said, adding that the Russian leader “has not put in his main force yet” in the conflict.
Summing up the Ukraine conflict, Hersh argued that “we just may be kidding ourselves what’s going on there and what the results are going to be”.
He recalled the battle of Stalingrad during WWII, when Soviet troops suffered heavy losses but still emerged victorious. “Come on. Do we really want to mix up with those guys? I don’t think so,” the journalist added.
The US could get directly involved in the Ukraine conflict if Kiev’s position deteriorates, journalist Seymour Hersh arguesRT