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Parler has come under fire recently for how it managed to get back online after getting booted from the web after the January 6th Capitol riot.
The alternate social media platform received heavy criticism after the riot, with many blaming Parler for helping to incite the violence. But supporters are starting to question Parler’s relationship with its new web host. One of the conditions of Parler’s return was that no “hate speech” of any kind would be tolerated. The problem with the terms of service is that they’re overly broad and ambiguous.
Now, Parler has added automated moderation systems, much like what Facebook uses. The AI system automatically flags language that could be construed as violent and hateful. But who sets the standard?
Even though Parler started with the best intentions, they’ve already caved and sold out to the Big Tech system. Can it really advertise itself as the home for online free speech?
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Paul Mampilly is a Wall Street legend.(Barron’s crowned his hedge fund as the “world’s best” and Kiplinger ranked it in the top 1%.)
But a few years ago, he left Wall Street.
“I just grew tired of helping the rich get richer,” Paul explains. “So I started sharing my No. 1 investment picks with Main Street Americans.”
And his No. 1 stock picks have been phenomenal.
In 2016, Paul’s No. 1 pick — Tableau Software — shot up 199%.
In 2017, Paul’s No. 1 pick — Foundation Medicine — shot up 524%.
In 2018, Paul’s No. 1 pick — Roku — shot up 393%.
In 2019, Paul’s No. 1 pick — MTech Acquisitions — shot up 332%.
But Paul believes his No. 1 stock pick for 2021 could go even higher. (By clicking this link you will be automatically opted into Bold Profits Daily)
A local bakery in Austin, Texas is helping fellow Texans deal with the aftermath of the bitter winter storm.
Crema Bakery has spent over $5000 dollars on groceries and supplies to give away to families impacted by the storm. With the supply chain still hampered by the widespread power outage, many families are having a hard time finding fresh food.
“Being in the position that we are, we feel a responsibility to our community,” said one of Crema Bakery’s owners. “Our job is to feed people, so we were less worried about getting things going for ourselves and more about getting the shop back open and being able to mobilize our community and feed the people who need it the most.”
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