Seeking Nominations for Columbus Human Rights Award: Celebrating Community Contributions to Equality and Social Justice

Columbus, Indiana – The Columbus Human Rights Commission is currently accepting nominations for the prestigious William R. Laws Human Rights Award. This award honors individuals, community organizations, or groups who have made significant contributions to the Columbus community in the areas of human and civil rights, equity, inclusion, belonging, and social justice. Previous recipients of the William R. Laws Human Rights Award include notable figures such as Fr. Clem Davis, Larry Perkinson, and Dr. Marwan Wafa. The award aims to recognize those who have actively worked to improve relationships among all people, increase awareness and … Read more

Former Police Officer Wins $525,000 Settlement in Groundbreaking Free Speech Lawsuit Triggered by Social Media Posts

Sparks, Nevada – The city of Sparks has agreed to pay a former police officer $525,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging violation of free speech rights regarding social media posts. The settlement comes after months of litigation and represents an effort by the city to avoid further legal costs and potential damage to its reputation. The controversy began when the ex-police officer, whose identity remains undisclosed, claimed that the city unlawfully terminated his employment due to his personal social media activity. The posts in question touched on various social and political issues and expressed opinions … Read more

Controversial Florida Law Blocks Social Media Usage for Kids Under 14, Sparking Debate

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida has implemented a new law that prohibits children under the age of 14 from using social media platforms. The legislation, signed by Governor Ron DeSantis, aims to protect minors and safeguard their online experiences. This move comes as part of a broader initiative to regulate social media access for children in the state. The law imposes strict regulations on social media companies, requiring them to implement measures that verify the age of users on their platforms. Failure to comply with the new law could result in hefty fines. Advocates argue … Read more

Exposing the Truth: Former Trump Lawyer Dispels Hype Surrounding Truth Social

WASHINGTON, DC – Former President Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen has cast doubt on the potential success of Truth Social, the social media platform recently announced by Trump. In an interview on Sunday, Cohen dismissed the hype surrounding the new platform, claiming it lacks substance and value. Cohen’s remarks come as Trump endeavors to make a return to social media after his ban from major platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Cohen, who served as Trump’s personal attorney for over a decade before breaking ties with him, shared his skepticism during an appearance on CNN’s “Reliable … Read more