Your Guide to the Supreme Court Arguments in Gonzalez v Google
Here are the people to follow and stories to read to get up to speed on why today's and tomorrow's arguments could change the internet as we know it
Good morning from New York City, where I’m in town with the leadership of the Integrity Institute to do some strategic planning for the year.
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I feel like an absolute idiot, but I told you all the Nigeria election is Thursday, February 23, when it is Saturday, February 25. I swear I’ve checked this date numerous times over the year, and I only just realized it Sunday when reading this New York Times story on the election. I’m incredibly sorry about this and will do better.
It’s a big day today. Starting at 10 am Eastern, the Supreme Court will hear the first of two cases this week that could fundamentally change how platforms like YouTube, Facebook, and others operate. Up today is Gonzalez v Google. Below are links to stories, people, and other resources to help you navigate what’s happening.
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