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This week's net.wars, "Open season", mulls the court ruling in Knight First Amendment Institute v. Trump, which held that blocking critics on Twitter violated their 1st Amendment rights. Will it mean open season on female politicians?: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

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This week's net.wars, "Legal friction", tries to make sense of the complaint being levied against the Internet Archive by authors and publishers organizations: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

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This week's net.wars, "The Algernon problem", finds many crossed streams at the workshop day preceding this year's We Robot: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

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This week's net.wars, "The collaborative hand", visits The Shadow Robot Company and finds a specializing industry: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

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This week's net.wars, "Open season", mulls the court ruling in Knight First Amendment Institute v. Trump, which held that blocking critics on Twitter violated their 1st Amendment rights. Will it mean open season on female politicians?: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Legal friction", tries to make sense of the complaint being levied against the Internet Archive by authors and publishers organizations: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Failure to cooperate" reviews Lynn Nottage's (@lynnbrooklyn) Sweat and Virginia Eubanks' (@poptechworks) Automating Inequality: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Party games" watches the weird mix of decaying feudalism and pointlessness that was this week's conservative leadership contest: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Matrices of numbers", reviews @sciencemuseum's exhibition of autonomous vehicles: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "The right to lie", finds new definitions at , courtesy of @thepamdixon, @hoofnagle, Najarian Peters, and Carleen Zybrzycki: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Moral machines" visits the AI ethics panel that kicked off this year's : pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Name change", discusses DNS-over-HTTPS, an arriving protocol that will fix some things and break others, including some of the UK's filtering system, as discussed at this week's ISPA UK conference: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Genomics snake oil", visits @framebreaking to hear @phil_booth, Andelka Phillips, and Helen Wallce layout the disturbing present of personal genetic testing: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Reopening the source" returns to open access, in light of yesterday's @gasteinforum discussion on research futures: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "This house", visits IoT-enabled friends and samples life in the voice-actuated lane: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Math, monsters, and metaphors", attends this year's conference to find "a pile of math that can do some stuff": pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "The Algernon problem", finds many crossed streams at the workshop day preceding this year's We Robot: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "The collaborative hand", visits The Shadow Robot Company and finds a specializing industry: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Layer nine" visits a discussion about how to regulate the Internet without breaking it: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Schrödinger's Brexit", answers US friends' question, "what's it like there now?": pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

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