In a what seems to be a rare move towards liberty, a bill to restrict law enforcement's use of facial recognition technology is introduced in the U.S. Senate. We also cover the meeting between a couple of prominent social activist groups and Facebook on Facebook's political speech policy. Finally, why won't the Epstein Didn't Kill himself meme just die? I mean go away. What is it about this meme and other memes like it that take hold on social media and have the masses hang on to them? Are memes in general harmful to society, are they a way for us to understand what is going on, or are they the subconscious thought of our society?

 

Links:

https://thehill.com/policy/technology/470486-senators-introduce-bipartisan-bill-restricting-facial-recognition-tech-for

 

https://www.wired.com/story/epstein-didnt-kill-himself-conspiracy/

 

https://thehill.com/policy/technology/470482-civil-rights-groups-demand-changes-to-facebooks-political-speech-policy

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