California / Facebook Youtube / Amendment

A court in California has rejected the notion that the likes of Facebook and YouTube are bound by the First Amendment, and ruled that tech platforms can censor content they don’t like #WSJWhatsNow 

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Online retailers, sellers and takeout joints are facing a shortage of packaging material, such as boxes, tapes, labels and cartons, which are crucial for doorstep delivery of essentials

Erin Fuse Brown, @GeorgiaStateLaw  professor specializing in health law, administrative law, health care markets, and prices, discusses Congress’s failure to address surprise medical bills in 2019 and renewed efforts in 2020.

“financial panics, through the ensuing upheaval, fertilize old ground for new competitors and transfer assets to those who can put them to their best use.” Great column

As virus threatens, U.S. embraces big government, for now

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Bipartisan majority of Americans reject Trump idea to reopen by Easter: Reuters/Ipsos poll

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VeChain trend reversal 🚀 🌖 CryptoMoonShot via⟶

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The second virus shockwave is already hitting China’s factories

ICYMI: Worldwide stock markets fell sharply yesterday, putting an end to this week's surge that suggested the #coronavirus  slump had bottomed out. The FTSE 100 closed down more than 5%, while Wall Street indices also fell

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