California Legislators Known for 'Grand Intentions'
California bill offers phony solution to 'fake' news problem
Mar 18, 2018 - SACRAMENTO — California’s Legislature is known for its grand intentions, so this kind of bill is nothing new. But we all should be concerned when state lawmakers — who seem incapable of even fixing the state’s most basic problems, such as underfunded pensions, decrepit infrastructure and the troubled education system — start tinkering with something as complex and fundamental as the internet.The measure, Assembly Bill 1950 by Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-Marin County, would “require that bots are linked to a verified human and that all advertising purchases on social media to be made by verified human accounts.” The apparent goal is to battle “fake” news, where automated accounts spread dubious news stories and create the impression of a grassroots groundswell.
California Considers Creating A Fake News Advisory Group
6-25-18, California is considering creating a "fake news" advisory group in order to ... Senate Bill 1424 ... the bill would only make it harder for legitimate companies to advertise given that they’ll have to follow some new state-based regulations. The bot operators will simply locate in Nevada or Thailand, and they won’t have to worry about California regulations. That would hobble smaller companies that are established here. [Sounds like what George Orwell described in his book "1984" where 'big brother' is always watching and contriving fake news.]
Salvation? Luke 13:3; Titus 2:13, Revelation 19:11
1-24-20, Another historical act by this PRESIDENT DONALD JOHN TRUMP - personally speaks at the Washington DC annual 'March for Life.' There was a time in Pres Trump's past when he was uninformed and supported 'a woman's right to choose' killing her child. But then he became educated on this issue and now supports the 'CHILD'S right to LIVE!'
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