Oct 20, 2022
Do books need a special editor
who reads for offensive content? And who gets to decide what’s
This week we are joined by authors Kat Rosenfield and Vesper Stamper to discuss censorial trends in book publishing, including the rise of so-called “sensitivity readers” and the sometimes successful...
Oct 5, 2022
Does the First Amendment to the
United States Constitution protect a private social media company’s
right to moderate content on its platform?
A new ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit says it does not, and that a Texas law preventing viewpoint discrimination on social media platforms...