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YouTube is starting to censor content that doesn't break its content rules, preparing for the eclipse may be preparing for disaster, and researchers hack signs to confuse autonomous vehicles.
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- YouTube will suppress some controversial content — even if it doesn’t violate policies
- Steven Crowder
- Young Turks
- ADL: Hate on Display™ Hate Symbols Database
- Cornell Law School: First Amendment
- What is open source?
- Freakonomics Radio: Trust Me (Rebroadcast)
- Book of Mormon Geography
- Book of Mormon Map
- This woman built a house using YouTube tutorials
- Google Fined Record $2.7 Billion in E.U. Antitrust Ruling
- Tor Browser
- SRWare Iron Browser
- KSL.com: Eclipse crowds may overwhelm some modern technology
- Newsweek: Authorities are Treating August's Solar Eclipse, a First in 99 Years, Like it's the End of the World
- Travel John 5 Pack *
- Biffy Bag 3 Pack *
- Goplus 500LBS Steel Cargo Carrier Luggage Basket 2" Receiver Hitch Hauler *
- Which Is Greener: Idle, or Stop and Restart?
- Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Maps
- NASA: Sunspots Today
- Reddit: Cell phones and ATMs to go down during the eclipse!! Hype or real issue? What about enough restrooms?
- How simple sticker graffiti on road signs can easily 'confuse' driverless cars and cause deadly accidents
- chAIR -Manned multirotor Part 20 -First Flight! Axel Borg
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