Anti-discrimination laws are allowed by the constitution. Those laws can prohibit certain speech. That's well established and tested in court.
Can you supply some of these laws and court cases? I'm not trolling nor is it a rhetorical question. Free speech has been on my mind lately, and I see a lot of people state (without evidence) that the US (or states, or something) has a few, narrow restrictive laws regarding racism and discrimination, in regard to what can be said/printed. But nobody is interested or able to provide examples. Thanks in advance.
I'm looking a using Xamarin Forms for my future apps so I can do iOS and Android with one codebase
Last year my app earned me $20.
Yeah, but it's only a byte, so Windows crashes when it reaches 256...
I'm not one to traffic in conspiracy theories, but Bentonville, Arkansas is where Walmart's corporate headquarters are located.
Not that they have an axe to grind with Amazon or anything.
I guess no more Slashdot then
You have to have a Mac to make iOS apps.
Snopes labels this as fake news...
I think Wikipedia just invented a new form of in app payment: pay us money and we'll stop nagging you for money.
Snopes is run by two liberals.
I've lost count of the number of states that have banned smoking
I'm thinking no more than 50.
What about my freedom to be free of your secondhand smoke?
Then you need modern America style freedom.
(BTW I don't live there or anything, was just watching some YouTube videos featuring western guys working in China.)
Daily life in China is closer to that in the USA than to North Korea.
Most personal, daily life is even freer than in the USA. For example, nobody gives a shit where you smoke, and hardly any concern about how you drive, where you park, etc.
"will grant internet users in the Communist-run country"
So...all three of them?
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