The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet 1st Edition, by Jeff Kosseff
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Overview: Did you know that these twenty-six words are responsible for much of America’s multibillion-dollar online industry? What we can and cannot write, say, and do online is based on just one law-a law that protects online services from lawsuits based on user content. Jeff Kosseff exposes the workings of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which has lived mostly in the shadows since its enshrinement in 1996. Because many segments of American society now exist largely online, Kosseff argues that we need to understand and pay attention to what Section 230 really means and how it affects what we like, share, and comment upon every day.
The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet tells the story of the institutions that flourished as a result of this powerful statute. It introduces us to those who created the law, those who advocated for it, and those involved in some of the most prominent cases decided under the law. Kosseff assesses the law that has facilitated freedom of online speech, trolling, and much more. His keen eye for the law, combined with his background as an award-winning journalist, demystifies a statute that affects all our lives -for good and for ill. While Section 230 may be imperfect and in need of refinement, Kosseff maintains that it is necessary to foster free speech and innovation.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational
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Six Arguments for a Greener Diet: How a Plant-Based Diet Could Save Our Health and Environment by Michael F. Jacobson
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Overview: this text for general readers outlines the benefits of a plant-based diet for human health, the environment, and animal welfare. In addition to offering dietary advice to consumers, the author recommends a number of specific changes to public policy. CSPI is a nonprofit organization in Washington D.C. that conducts research and advocacy programs in health and nutrition.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical
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Six Weeks: The Short and Gallant Life of the British Officer within the First World War via John Lewis-Stempel
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Overview: During the Great War, many boys went immediately from the school room to essentially the most unhealthy process on the planet – that of junior officer at the Western Front. Although desperately acutely aware of what number of in their predecessors had fallen earlier than them, just about all stepped ahead, unflinchingly, to do their responsibility. The reasonable existence expectancy of a subaltern within the trenches was once a trifling six weeks. In this outstanding guide, John Lewis-Stempel specializes in the forgotten males who in point of fact gained Britain’s victory within the First World War – the subalterns, lieutenants and captains of the Army, the leaders within the trenches, the primary ‘excessive’, the remaining to retreat. Basing his narrative on an enormous vary of first-person accounts, together with the poignant letters and diaries despatched house or to their outdated colleges, the creator unearths what motivated those boy-men to behave in such an bizarre, heroic means. He describes their transient, good lives out and in of the trenches, the tireless techniques they cared for his or her males, and the way they attempted to act with honour in a global the place their values and codes had been slightly actually being shot to items.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History
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The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem: The Definitive Work on Self-Esteem by way of the Leading Pioneer within the Field
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