Cory Dransfeldt

Husband, dad, dev, music snob.

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Cory Dransfeldt

2 days ago

"Look, as abhorrent as some of this content can be, I do think that it gets down to this principle of giving people a voice," he continued.

"Even if it's a hoax?" Swisher continued.

"Yeah," Zuckerberg said.

Why is InfoWars allowed on Facebook? Zuckerberg: Because it doesn’t cause “harm”

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Cory Dransfeldt

3 days ago

Undermining Mobile Phone Users’ Privacy Won’t Make Us Safer

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4 days ago

The Millennial Socialists Are Coming

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Cory Dransfeldt

6 days ago

Elon Musk donates to Republicans, Facebook donates to Republicans. This doesn’t excuse Musk, however. If anything, it should deepen the growing sense that Silicon Valley is concerned first and foremost with its continued survival and success, and doesn’t give an iota of a damn about much else.

Facebook donates a shit-ton of money to Republicans

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Cory Dransfeldt

7 days ago

Any American who helped with the release of the stolen documents, or sought to benefit from their release, could be charged with participating in the conspiracy, regardless of whether they knew the real identity of who they were working with.

Mueller’s Indictment of 12 Russian Spies is Very Bad for Trump

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8 days ago

When asked by this reporter how the company could claim it was serious about tackling the problem of misinformation online while simultaneously allowing InfoWars to maintain a page with nearly one million followers on its website, Hegeman said that the company does not "take down false news."

Facebook Is Using Bad Free Speech Arguments to Defend InfoWars

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Cory Dransfeldt

8 days ago

In an effort to help society keep pace with the rampaging development of the technology, Microsoft President Brad Smith today is publishing a blog post calling for government regulation of facial recognition.

Microsoft Calls For Federal Regulation of Facial Recognition

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Cory Dransfeldt

12 days ago

You voted for a two-bit conman you saw on a television show, and you did it because you either didn't care, didn’t pay attention, or because you wanted to be conned good and hard.

The Times finally gets to the bottom of Trump supporters: It turns out they're garbage human beings

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Cory Dransfeldt

13 days ago

you can’t build businesses around a company as unreliable and poorly run as Facebook.

How Facebook Punked and then Gut Punched the News Biz

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Cory Dransfeldt

19 days ago

“At the end of the day, I’m a candidate that doesn’t take corporate money, that champions Medicare for all, a federal jobs guarantee, the abolishment of ICE, and a green New Deal. But I approach those issues with the lenses of the community that I live in. And that is not as easy to say as ‘identity politics.'”

There’s an Easy Answer to Why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Won: Socialism

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Cory Dransfeldt

20 days ago

Reclaiming RSS

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Cory Dransfeldt

21 days ago

As usual, what’s interesting here is both the actual news—North Korea is still going full speed ahead—and the underlying news of why this got leaked. On that score, it’s obvious that Trump is, as usual, not paying any attention to his intelligence briefings, and a bunch of people at the CIA and elsewhere have finally gotten fed up

Intel Community Says North Korea Is Deliberately Deceiving Us

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Cory Dransfeldt

24 days ago

Young people and women are the vanguard for this new brand of progressivism, Blendon and other pollsters told me back then. Which is why Ocasio-Cortez’s win really shouldn’t be such a surprise. Joe Crowley is the Democratic Party’s past. She is its future.

Maybe Democrats should stop being afraid of the left

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Cory Dransfeldt

24 days ago

Since net neutrality violations are just a symptom of limited competition (a problem most in government refuse to acknowledge even exists, much less want to fix) this isn't a fight that's going to end anytime soon. In fact, by the railroading of federal rules and consumer opinion, ISPs have only really galvanized the opposition, ensuring a tougher fight ahead and a backlash that's going to reverberate in tech policy circles for the better part of the next decade.

California's Quest For Tough Net Neutrality Not Dead Yet

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Cory Dransfeldt

24 days ago

No appeal to decency can ever bring Trump and the Trumpists around. It is not possible to mollify a political cult that runs on outrage, and it’s not worth trying.

Chasing White House officials out of restaurants is the right thing to do

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Cory Dransfeldt

25 days ago

In El Salvador, where there are around 65,000 thousand active gang members with a social support base of half a million people, boys from 12 years up are prime targets for recruitment. Girls can also be targeted at an early age, either to be sexually abused or to become gang members.

Today’s Migrant Flow Is Different

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Cory Dransfeldt

25 days ago

“If they cannot quit the job that is so inhumane, they should question why are we doing this, is this the country we want to live in?”

Occupy Protests Freeze ICE Operations From Oregon to Manhattan

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Cory Dransfeldt

25 days ago

Technology—from air conditioning to TV to Twitter—has conspired to alienate us from our neighbors. The advent of cable news, talk radio, and the Internet have allowed us to filter out opposing viewpoints, and cluster closer to our own tribes.

The Uncivil War Has Officially Begun

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Cory Dransfeldt

25 days ago

Donald Trump likes to talk about winning. But his skills actually lie in being either unaware or unwilling to accept that he has lost; to put it in the parlance of the season: He repeatedly scores own goals and then cheers at the accomplishment.

Audacity Without the Hope

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Cory Dransfeldt

25 days ago

Google and Facebook Are Quietly Fighting California’s Privacy Rights Initiative, Emails Reveal

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Cory Dransfeldt

25 days ago

None of us should be silent, or even courteous, about the horrors going on in our country. I just know that it’s probably going to get worse from here.

Would You Serve a Cheeseburger to Sarah Huckabee Sanders? Where’s Your Line in the Sand?

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Cory Dransfeldt

25 days ago

Detention Camps on Military Bases ‘Smacks of Totalitarianism,’ Troops Say

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26 days ago

The NSA’s Hidden Spy Hubs in Eight U.S. Cities

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Cory Dransfeldt

88 days ago

Ajit Pai hasn’t finalized net neutrality repeal—here’s a theory on why

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Cory Dransfeldt

126 days ago

Is America on the Verge of a Constitutional Crisis?

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126 days ago

Donald Trump’s corrupt firing of Andrew McCabe

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133 days ago

The NRA Is Losing

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159 days ago

He Predicted The 2016 Fake News Crisis. Now He's Worried About An Information Apocalypse.

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159 days ago

For Immigrant Students on Long Island, Trump’s War on Gangs Means the Wrong T-Shirt Could Get You Deported

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169 days ago

Russia probe lawyers think Mueller could indict Trump

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187 days ago

Deported, divided: How a mom’s return to El Salvador tore her family in two

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194 days ago

Paul Cooper, Sound Engineer

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206 days ago

The Immense Pride and Unspeakable Agony of Gordon Hayward

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217 days ago

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217 days ago

Good code is its own best documentation

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Cory Dransfeldt

227 days ago

How the FCC's Net Neutrality Plan Breaks With 50 Years of History

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Cory Dransfeldt

237 days ago

The Nationalist's Delusion

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241 days ago

FCC Releases Net Neutrality Killing Order, Hopes You're Too Busy Cooking Turkey To Read It

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Cory Dransfeldt

244 days ago

Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the N.S.A. to Its Core

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Cory Dransfeldt

246 days ago

The Making of an American Nazi

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Cory Dransfeldt

253 days ago

It’s time to stop trusting Google search already

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Cory Dransfeldt

254 days ago

Does Even Mark Zuckerberg Know What Facebook Is?

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Cory Dransfeldt

255 days ago

Sen. Al Franken torched Amazon, Facebook and Google for using their algorithms to maintain their massive footprints

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265 days ago

Week 23: Mueller Bombs Trump's Big Week

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272 days ago

Equifax Deserves the Corporate Death Penalty

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Cory Dransfeldt

279 days ago

From Aggressive Overtures to Sexual Assault: Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers Tell Their Stories

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Cory Dransfeldt

279 days ago

Envisioning an America Free From Police Violence and Control

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Cory Dransfeldt

280 days ago

The Worst Thing About Facebook Is That It Doesn’t Let Us Forget

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281 days ago

Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety?

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283 days ago

“I Hate Everyone in the White House!”: Trump Seethes as Advisers Fear the President Is “Unraveling”

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