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"snapchat" Discussed on Talking Tech
"Talking tech is supported by ionic shoes, innovation and technology touches every aspect of our lives, even in ways we may not think about. Like shoes, one brand that really has innovative tech figured out is ionic. Stay tuned after the show to find out about their special offer for our listeners. Hey there listeners, it's Brett Molina, welcome back to talking tech. So you've likely heard us talk about ways to delete the different apps in your life, whether it's you're done with Facebook, you're done with Instagram you're done with Twitter. Now it's SnapChat's turn. Let's say you are done with all the different dog filters or you're just tired of clicking through all those memories that pop up in your SnapChat feed. So maybe you're thinking to yourself, hey, it's time that I delete SnapChat. We're going to show you how to delete it. You can read more about this in a story that's on tech USA Today dot com. Fairly simple steps that you have to take. It's similar to what a lot of the other apps do will break it down for you a little bit here. So here's what you want to do. You'll go into the accounts portal of SnapChat's website. You got to do this on a browser on a computer. You log in with your username and password of the account that you want to delete. You'll go to this landing page to manage your account and then you'll select delete my account. Once you're there, you're going to put in all your user info again. So it'll be a username and password. And of course, they'll say, are you sure you want to do this? The other thing to keep in mind as well if say you have requested your data, wait for that all to download first. Because if not, you might lose some of that. So if say you want to delete your SnapChat, but you want to keep all the data with it. Make sure you do that downward first, then go through all the steps to delete your account. Once you've confirmed that you've deleted your account, you'll get a message that confirms that your account has been deactivated. And it'll stay that way for 30 days. So friends that you have on the app won't be able to get ahold of you. Once that 30 day window passes your accounts gone completely. The 30 day window is important because maybe you decide to do this and then within a couple of weeks. You're like, you know what I want to keep SnapChat after all? You can go right back in and reactivate right within the app. You just sign in with your username and password, you'll get an email confirming, hey, you've been reactivated, and it'll, again, alert you to make sure that you really want to reactivate your account. And then you're all set. So there you go. If you're looking to delete SnapChat, that's how you do it. If you want to learn more about how to delete SnapChat, as well as other apps like Facebook or Twitter, be sure to visit tech USA Today dot com. Listeners, let's hear from you. Do you have any comments? Questions or show ideas? Any tech problems you want us to try to address. You can find me on Twitter at Bret melina 23. Please don't forget to subscribe and rate us or leave a review on Apple podcasts, Spotify stitcher. Anywhere you get your podcasts. You've been listening to talking tech. We'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech. We get support from bionic shoes. One thing I've vowed to.
Senator: YouTube, TikTok, Snap offering only small changes
"The influence of you too tick tock it's Snapchat on kids was the subject of a hearing on Capitol Hill today democratic senator Richard Blumenthal heads the Senate subcommittee which recently heard from a Facebook data scientists this time around they're focusing on how young people are affected in his office created a YouTube account for eighteen to find out we watched a few videos about extreme dieting and eating disorders they were easy to find YouTube's recommendation algorithm began to promote extreme dieting and eating disorder videos each time we open the app Jennifer stout is the vice president of global public policy at Snapchat I have tremendous respect for this institution and the work that you are doing to ensure that young people are having safe and healthy online experiences I Shelley Adler
Facebook, Instagram Down for Hours After Whistleblower Goes Public. Coincidence?
"This is really interesting. How facebook goes down again. You might be listening to this at some point as we post all these things and everything might be solved with this but the fact that facebook goes down for as long as telegrams having issues. Twitter's having issues. It's bizarre but it's also on the same day that the facebook whistle francis haagen or twenty. Four hour news cycle says that facebook is realized that they changed the algorithm to be safer people spend less time on the site the click less and they make less money now understand. This whole whistle blower thing is a fake psychological operation to try to justify more government censorship over the internet. It is an attack from the left to say that facebook is not doing enough to censor voices like ours. play cut twelve. It's easier to inspire people to anger and it is to other emotions. Misinformation angry contents is enticing to people. Entertaining keeps them on the platform. Yes facebook has realized that if they change the algorithm to be safer people will spend less time on the site the click unless ads. They'll make less money and so she's trying to make the argument that facebook's entire business model is around promoting and monitoring hate now. Interestingly facebook is totally down telegrams having massive issues back yeah. My telegram right here is not even loading interesting. How that works. So there's something going on right now. That is multi institutional so this facebook whistle blower comes out and starts to complain about all of this and we are now experiencing problems on facebook on twitter instagram. Snapchat to talk as someone is some state actor attacking every single major social media and communication company. Right now where we prepared for this.
Democratic Strategists Pose as Republican Group to Attack Glenn Youngkin
"And even axios a left wing site says Dems sneaky sabotage a group tied to prominent democratic strategists is posing as a conservative outfit To try to drive a wedge between the Republican candidate for Virginia governor and his core vote as axios has learned During the past week virginians have been targeted with ads on Facebook Instagram Google and SnapChat questioning Jenkins commitment to the Second Amendment Though the work of a new political group called accountability Virginia pack its website says nothing about the individual's organizations behind it This is how the Democrats did They are a sleazy diabolical operation While the NRA backs Donald Trump they refuse to endorse Glen junk and we can't trust glennon on our guns one of the ads says public records show that PAC has spent more than 25,000 on the ads which have been viewed between one and 5 million times While clearly designed they hit youngin from the right all indications point to Democrats behind the pack Accountability Virginia's online donation page has hosted by democratic fundraising platform act blue It's bank account is amalgamated bank a labor union owned financial institution popular with democratic political groups The PAC was incorporated in Virginia by compliance consultants of the NBA MBA consoling group which works uniformly with Democrats Its ads on SnapChat were purchased by gambit strategies a firm founded this year by the Biden presidential campaign's digital director former head of democratic super PAC priorities USA Fake information is prevalent on the Internet gambit's website warrants research shows time and time again the best way to combat false negative information Is to provide people with positive information about a candidate Now they're gambit in north NBA consulting responded to axios request for
"snapchat" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"Three and one hundred into we call it a draw. Great odds for you. That's a surefire four. Now i get two hundred will know that it would be. It would be two hundred on one in three but you said it's not happening. No one hundred one in three. It would be two hundred hundred onto over the three games. If you guys lose all three. I get two hundred five but we go for no. I want the snapchat password for the day i get. I get a sunday with the snapback snapchat password if we go forward and talk to. The lawyer saw this bet ironed out. Let's talk upset of the week. Upset elite my upset of the week. I'm taking the raiders over the steelers and listen. Is this absolute narrative that the raiders are really good. And that's why they beat the ravens. Maybe but you're also you've got a down spot for the steelers and let me tell you. Something about the raiders. I was tweeting on the bus to the game. I was like why you wanna tell me. Something about writers. I've been talking about them for year high on the way to the game. I'm like why are people. Picking the raiders win like. I don't get it. Last year's raiders seem like the ravens. Beat them handily. This year's raiders team. They actually spent a lot of money in free agency and short defense now that they don't have the worst events in the league i think they're like above average offensively their average offensively and no one can stop waller and they can win. Games and people are so hyped up on the steelers right now but like they were impressive in their game against buffing. Ben looks like looked horrible. They want honest. They went on a special teams play. Which don't get me right. Got to win all three phases. Lot and i just think the rate this is where i'm using. The same methodology used against the eagles to say like okay. Give it another week. I'm gonna say maybe. The raiders are going to double down. Say maybe the raiders are actually good. And so i'm gonna take them to win in pittsburgh which one's which also to your foxborough point winning at heinz is not the same. You know what i mean like. No one wanted heinz field especially traveling coast to coast now. It's like whatever. Cleveland almost beat them there. So that's why. I've sort of the week last vegas. I hate i. I hate that the same. It's for the exact opposite you're right. It's for the exact reason where it's like the same thing i've been saying about. The raiders is like they're drunk football team and they always will be on any given week. They could beat the best team in football on any given week. They could lose the worst team in football and to me. It's like they're going to pittsburg pittsburg home opener I feel like the raiders because of how it went down there on a short week. They're celebrating this probably until today like they're kind of like a mini super bowl with the way that that game ended. They're expected to lose. And i think that they get smacked in the face by pittsburgh. I totally hear your logic. The only thing that i think holds me up. The ravens are line. Shouldn't be that bad. And the raiders d. Line i think is pretty good and the sealers actually have the worst offensive line and football. So what will that look like like. Am i going to be posting metro. It's like mahomes. Fifty two percent. Lamar fifty four and big ben. Like sixty eight percent like if ben does not have time with. How dusty is they might not score and i think the same thing for the raiders. It's like the steelers. Sunday play man coverage they only brush for and they always get good luck. Bye man ceremony. Genuine legal law triple team. He'll still catch ten boss. Said he's not ya literally got. I begged to guard my upset of the week. Might shock you a bit but carson. What's up my dude. The colts are going to beat the rams at home. Everyone is so hype on the rams and it feels like the colts despite their quarterback are good football team around them and it's like people don't know about when so they're not really talking about the colts whereas every other year was kinda like the cultural. Philip rivers is good team around him like he just has to manage the game and that's what carson struggles with the most instead of managing. He has to play the game. Where how can. I not fuck this up. And ninety percent of the time he does but it just feels to me like everyone is so high on the rams and this might be a little letdown. Spot them to a to a good football team but not necessarily a good news about him. I hear you normally. I like the spot. That's why took them last week against seattle. Because i actually think the rams are better than seattle and i thought. The colts good football team and he doesn't well. He is hot leash atrocious. He's off trying to think about when cam newton said. There's not thirty two quarterbacks better. he's so bad like he's horrible he's terrible. He's really three plays a three plays a game. He'll make you say what the fuck. How can anyone on planet earth that hitler though he's been in the nfl for five years six years whatever it is and he still doesn't know how to slide. It's crazy. he dove last week. Untouched and fumbled the football. He's so bad every time you know what. The colts offense was identical to the falcons. Because i bet on both them. So i would look up from time to time. Neither one you really were not feeling meal. Feel money either on wednesday and legal All right so. I get the pick but until i see something from once that makes me think he's not the worst starter in the league. It's tough He's not jackson's. Get eagleson in here. I just want to say before he jumps on the eagles look amazing. I do see them winning the division and probably gone sassy champ. Wow and wins winning the afc east. And i think they're gonna be i. This is a candidate says jack being winter afghan so with that being said we like to bet on the ravens not going guys are u. n. Yet or no. I mean the cheese. I mean we're saying owen two in the face you think you're gonna win and be to ano- i know eagleson thinks the so you guys are going to have a two-game lead allen regression. You're the one saying it. So you guys think you're gonna have two-game lead i iva just love to potentially maybe organiz a little friendly waiter here. Thoughts questions concerned eagleton. Why don't i start with you without outside influence for i'm not in yet. I wanna see them beat the bills and if they beat the bills and then you just one in foxborough for big bill. Bell nobody wins..
New York Man Pleads Guilty to Hacking and Stealing Nude Pics
"New unofficial windows patch fixes more petite po tam attack vectors a second unofficial patch for the petite po tam vulnerability which allows a threat actor to force a windows server domain controller to authenticate against an. Nt relay server has been released to fix issues not addressed by microsoft's official security update the petite bottom bug tracked as cv dish. Twenty twenty one dash three six nine. Four two was partially fixed by microsoft's august twenty twenty one patch tuesday update but unfortunately it is still possible to abuse petite bo tam using e f s rpc functions that were not addressed zero patch micro patching service has released an unofficial patch. That can be used to block. All known petite potassium alum relay attacks and windows server. Twenty nineteen twenty sixteen twenty twelve in two thousand eight. Our two for those who wish to wait. For an official patch from microsoft petite bottom attacks can be defended against using nets h rpc filters that block remote access to the f. s. Rpc service new york man sentenced to prison for stealing student's nude photos after hacking their accounts. The justice department announced on thursday. That nicholas farber of rochester. New york has been sentenced to three years in federal prison. For hacking. The accounts of dozen female suny plattsburgh students to excess private nude photos farber. Who is a suny plattsburgh. Grad worked with co-conspirator michael fish to access the students school email accounts between twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen fish gained access to at least one account by guessing the answers to victim security questions farber then used their credentials to ex's facebook snapchat in cloud accounts from which he stole private nude photographs movies which he then traded online with others farber was charged with computer fraud and aggravated identity theft and has been ordered to pay just over thirty five thousand dollars in restitution to the school fish also pled guilty to several related charges and his sentencing is set for november third the school implemented multisector authentication all email accounts after the incident
Liberal Social Media Influencers Don’t Think Cops Are Humans
"While our government is allegedly concerned about the spread of a virus has a point zero four percent. The taliban rate month were masks everywhere you go. Questionable vaccine results now the blood in the streets and the carnage in chicago. You dare mention it. You're a white supremacist is. They're not human hot ten off folks. is it possible. Maybe that we don't need to be living in a world where like armed thugs gangsters will pull random people over just for fun because that makes people upset. I'm not defending the person who murdered a cop or who killed a cop. I should say not murder because murderer implies that the victims human year that it's the hops. That are the gangsters pulling over for no reason. Oh so obviously it's a talker. Whatever no the modern philosopher king the the statement that is how by millions of americans are on police. Officers is that okay you pull them over for nothing and then they deserve to get shot in the this person's a tick tock influence or and they won't have their stuff taken down by the way that i wanna replay tape is a happened so quickly your children should not be allowed to have smartphones before they reach the age of eighteen. Is every time that you turn your back on and you might be washing the dishes and they turned down to their smartphone. These the people that are teaching your children. There are thousands of people on tick-tock an instagram. Snapchat that spouse these ideas he will say. Charlie why is it that young people tend to be so liberals parents really quite honestly really taken aronson series given them a following their digital pacifier. And they say here. Now don't bother me right now. I gotta go boss babe or whatever millennial moms have to play that again. I want you to play this again. This is this is someone who has a serious falling social media. who calls the police officers gangsters. Who says that cops are not humans massive social media fallen and of course nothing to say like. Oh yeah you plot gone and you shoot someone in the eye. Yeah no comments on
Twitter Says Goodbye to Fleets
"Remember fleets feature available on twitter peg to piggyback off. The success of apps like snapchat by allowing users to share text updates photos video. Whatever they wanted that then disappeared in twenty four hours while it's gone. It's no more on wednesday twitter bid farewell to fleets due to the lack of new user engagement. You could say it's time on twitter was fleeting. I mean i'm a dad. I had to put a dad joke in there. I'm sorry a twitter. I rolled out the feature last november and as of last month twitter confirmed it was shutting it down now it was originally launched in an effort to attract new users to the platform who did have an interest in tweeting. What happened though was it was mostly used by regular twitter users. Who were already tweeting. Because they wanted to amplify their own tweets and talk with other people that are using twitter all the time. Eliot brown twitter set a product said in a blog post the social media platform will attempt to incorporate features from the composer that was used to create fleets such as the full screen camera. Text formatting options and gift stickers. This is actually something they've done before. Twitter has shut down big Things that they've added to the platform and then incorporated them into the broader picture. Later down the road for example when twitter dial back it's twitter moments feature that offered quote curated stories about what's happening around the world and quote. They ended up updating it and then they turned it into the export tap which you can use to see kind of what's going on in the twitter verse. There was also periscope the live video streaming app that shut down in march. But it's also a part of twitter's overall functionality. And you know it's obviously interesting to see twitter and all these other platforms experimenting with different features. It's also interesting to how snapchat has really been this big influence on a lot of the platforms out there. Remember stories snapchat stores were big thing and then every single app out there. One of their own stories feature facebook added it instagram at it. It's been very successful on instagram. You know we've seen twitter experiment with it obviously And tick tock now is kind of the new hot thing. We're seeing other Absence services kind of try to mimic what they do So that part's always fascinating. But i really am curious. What twitter does with these features and fleets in how it incorporates it. And that's obviously something we'll see over time What happens
Snapchat Was Crashing for a Lot of People Again
"Than one hundred twenty thousand outages normally. We don't cover outages because they're always done by the the time we report him but a lot of folks thought snapchat had shut down so if you happen to be one no. it didn't snapchat tweeted. We're aware of an issue preventing some snap jeters from logging in just before seven pm and by eleven. Pm they had fixed. That's the way that stuff goes if you still can't log in though snapchat support is saying to update your app in the app store which is one of the reasons we want to cover this one if case you're still locked out.
Beacon Founder Angel Munoz Encourages Startups to Dare to Be Different
"We'll ask question angel so you're getting on a plane in. You're sitting next to a young entrepreneur. Who's built the next big thing. They're jazzed about it. They can't wait to show it off to the world. That can't wait. Showed up to you right. There on the plane would advice. Do you give that person having gone down this road a bit. Something similar did happen to me. And i did not see it at the time. So the founders snapchat That came across my radar in the very early days of its development and frankly I did not see the potential or did not see You know the incredible impact in the in the right timing of theft but that being said to your precise question There's a few things i would say but the most important one is don't do things because of money do not make decisions based on the fact that you want to enrich yourself those ten creativity disappears quickly and that kind of environment created the product that truly satisfies you and do it for that for that reason and that reason only and then hope that your similar to other people who will share on that on that experience and and have the love and passion towards it you do. I think that a lot of people. I see it all the time. A lot of startups kind of go through a process to make themselves attractive so they can get investment money instead of the low hanging fruit and then they find themselves a that they have now divested most of their shares and giving them to other people so there are now a minority shareholder of the company. And be that. they're they're they're. They entered sort of a rat race. You know they're they're just grinding away and someone else has their agenda and my world that's inconceivable so i would say just follow your passion truly and they're to be different. Don't do what everybody else is
Supreme Court Sides With Cheerleader Who Wrote Profane Social Media Post
"A cheerleader over a vulgar social media post and Ed Donahue has the latest The ruling was 8 to 1 in favor of Brandy Levy. She did not make her school's varsity cheerleading team on Snapchat Levy vented, using curse words and a raised middle finger. I was a 14 year old kid. I was upset. I was angry. Everyone. Every 14 year old kid speaks like that. At one point. Levi was not in school at the time, but was suspended from junior varsity cheerleading activities for a year. Justice Stephen Breyer ruled the suspension violated Levi's First Amendment rights. Young students and adults like me, shouldn't Be punished for them, expressing their own feelings. And letting others know how they feel. But the justices did not rule out schools from disciplining students for what they say off campus. Ed Donahue, Washington and we will talk about that in this portion of the program with your calls
"snapchat" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Free. You probably know that song from the nineteen ninety-seven grammy award winning brooks and dunn version. But that was a remake twenty four years after vw stevenson. Along with daniel moore wrote. That song recorded it vw. See stephen only made it a top ten. Never took it to number one but he recorded that song on this day. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy three. You know we haven't done. Ramon taken enough calls. You know when you start in radio you take too many calls now. I've gotten to the point where there's so many things i wanna cover. I don't take enough calls. Pull me a call up whichever one you think is most interesting. We normally leave callers left on hold and we don't get to it today. We're going to get one in here who you got robert. You're on the michael berry. Show her michael. I didn't hear a click and my with. I'm sorry you are with me now. Sorry about that. Go ahead my man okay. Yeah i I work at the airport I worked for a big airline. It's a big airport and I tried to get in touch with you Back when you were going to the border with all the senators. I believe about two ago or so and i didn't know that you were going down there with a try before you headed that way but anyways i have seen quite a few in. It's not slowing down. The manila envelopes coming through the airport with with one side having handwritten messages like destinations departure times flight numbers and stuff like that. That look like they're hand written. But then on the opposite side of the manila envelope it'll be printed like a computer printout and it's big bold letters saying that i do not speak english. Please help me and My my my point is that. I think people have caught this from time to time on different news outlets radio or tv but I again. Work here in houston. And there's probably about anywhere from Probably close to three thousand employees here that either work outside with the planes inside at the ticket counter or at the different gates letting people on the airplanes or off and I would say easily. Eighty ninety percent of my fellow employs have no idea what's going on with these envelopes and the fact that a lot of americans may not know as well that these people coming from the border cities. Mcallen brownsville harlingen. The radio they've flight eight houston or hub and They get free flight fair anywhere in the united states. They wanna go at your and my expense. Some of these envelopes have been known to have as much as eleven hundred to twenty five hundred dollars inside of them Of course they get subsidized housing or you know whatever they may need food or whatever at the locations they go to and then of course that's going to bring chain migration in the future. I'm pretty sure but anyways I would think that if a lot of employees knew what these envelopes representative as far as people traveling for free at our expense the money inside of them and if a lot more americans news well seeing these people on the planes with them that There get a little more upset about what the border crisis is really doing to our country and Robert you you're absolutely right. And i'm glad you're sounding the alarm. Thank you for the call. Let me tell you i. I hear stories like what you've just said from airport employees and the reason the airport employees part is important is when we're traveling. We can't observe things quite as well as if you're working and you're noticing patterns you know when you walk through a restaurant and later you tell about that restaurant. All you saw was what was on the plate that came out. When you work somewhere you go into the kitchen you see the the walk in freezers the coolers you see how that that place operates twenty four seven you start noticing things at the general public would never have seen right so i don't know what's happening in the situation you're talking about but i do know there's an organization called the federation for american immigration reform. And they do a newsletter. I read it and one of them earlier this week on monday. They sent out a bulletin. And i'm just gonna read it. Directly headline biden administration expands see. Am cam program a program that flies illegal aliens to the us at taxpayers expense in a joint announcement the department of homeland security and state revealed that they would be expanding the central american minors program known as cam. Here's what you need to know. In two thousand fourteen. The obama administration established the camp program to prevent central american minors from making the dangerous trek to the us border. If a minor had apparent in the us they would be flown to the us that the minor at american taxpayers expense. It also allowed miners to apply for refugee status and await their application from their home country in two thousand seventeen. The trump administration put a halt to that program. The program represents a for a flagrant abuse of the executive branches prolotherapy by asserting that the president and his appointees have virtually unlimited authority to permit entry of broad categories of foreign nationals who are always inadmissible under federal law the new announcement by the biden administration revealed that both legal and illegal aliens would be allowed to petition for their children in central america. This means that the program actually gives illegal aliens living in the us preferential treatment in bringing family members to this country while us citizens and legal immigrants often wait years to do the same. Robert made a reference to chain migration. And if you don't know what that is it is people who come here that when an illegal alien comes here. That's not the end of the number of people coming there then going to immediately start petitioning for other families to come here. I'm not opposed to people coming to this country. Many immigrants came here from all over the world. I am opposed to the fact that we have laws to regulate how you come into this country and there is a lawful way that most people follow and then there's an unlawful way that other people follow and the democrats are determined that every one of those people breaking the law to get here that those people will be rewarded or you know what it makes people. Do it makes people not want the legal immigrants to come here. It hurts the people who.
"snapchat" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Pamela earlier today. The supreme court ruled in a case involving a pennsylvania high school and whether or not they were in the wrong when they kicked a cheerleader off her team for a profane snapchat post that she made off school grounds. Now for the older among. You like me who've never been on snapchat. It's another one of these social media sites that the kids use and there are a number of different reasons. They use it mostly. Because we're not on there. If you wanna kill one of these technologies and get your kids to stop doing it. All you have to do is get on their yourself and they'll move to the next one. Trust me so the question was as i see it framed. We have our supreme court expert with us to to to help us along can a school punish a young lady or a student for something. They did off campus online professor. Josh blackman is that the proper framing of this question. Pretty good michael. Yeah that's actually right on a plane. the student sense the snapchat convenience store somewhere off campus but the message was the bad school and i won't say the words on air. You'll get in trouble But she said the f. word number of times that f. Cheerleading f- School f coaches right. She you know she was just asking everybody. Because she kicked off the varsity. She didn't make the varsity cheerleader theme. There's technically effing everybody. You just announced and much more trouble The f. in fired The court though held by eight to one vote. That's the cheerleader. Speech was protected by the first amendment and the school could not punish her. Okay so the decision comes down. Eight one with our beloved clarence. Thomas whose birthday today Ruling in favor of the school but the other eight saying no. The school can't do that. Am i right. That's right justice. Thomas takes unique. You argues that children have no right. zero They haven't i write for justice. Thomas when a student is in school the teacher is basically a parent and whatever parents whose child students do to a child and there's no free speech protections He's the only one who has no one else agrees with them but he told us us very clearly i know he does and he is for my money. The greatest living justice in one of the two greatest thinker writers alive today along with thomas soul And and it pains me to say this. But i am really struggling with his logic here It strikes me that he's willing to give the school the authority to behave in arbitrary manners as as punishment for activities that a student engages in off campus. And i find that to be very disturbing precedent. You know michael justice. Thomas say that a public school must act the same. Waste a private school right if one of your kids involved in a private school and they mouth off and they get in. Trouble your your. Your son's can't sue the school for violating the christmas rights. It's basically you take your lumps. And thomas would say that whatever sorts of punishments at a private school conflict public school inflicted well to maintain discipline. The he says a school can regulate speech. We start a school. Can regulate speech may regulate speech when it occurs off campus so long as it has approximate tendency to harm the school. It's faculty or students or its programs. I got to tell you that. Sounds a lot more like chinese censorship than america's first amendment protections If anything you say while off campus has a proximate tendency to harm the school it's faculty or students or its programs by the way. I don't really see what the harm is here. She said f this and f. That i did that. Harm the school where they offended. I'm just really really surprised by his decision here right so the school argue that the students you know f word as bomb Did damage a few as one that it causes distractions other students. That students at talked about on campus also argue that if injured student morale that that that it that maybe people feel sad. The court said yes. Too bad boo right These are a bunch of adolescent stigma dump things and they can figure about. Forget it if five minutes later to actually punish someone for their speech espy substantial last week something significant kansas be some dumb fleeting snapchat stories that vanish after twenty. No one every members People today think oh my god. Social media is worse than the world versus forgotten about it And the court said you can't you can't just punishing they somewhat whenever there's five minutes You know whatever the providence five. What did the court argue in an eight. One ruling determining that the school could not punish her for off campus online activity. What precedent did we set. What did we learn from their ruling majority justice dryer and just as briars ball known in the court writing very dense complex opinions that sitter loss. Different factors this is one of those cases identified men considerations to think about. There's not a clear bright line rule but we can't say that students speech is off. Campus may still be protected right in other words a different standard will govern when it's in a classroom versus when it's outside the classroom so there's more latitude for students to speak freely when they're when they're not in the building But the court recognized that we have here base instruction now that that that that is a little bit different. It's an interesting point. Because had she said this on a zoom call for virtual learning. I could see that the school would have an interest because that was basically a virtual classroom replication of the on campus experience. But in this case this is really no different than a student walking around the mall and saying f my school and f the cheerleading coach and everyone else and the school choosing to punish her for an activity away from the school. I tend to think they came to the right conclusion. I don't like the idea of school having this authoritarian censorship. a power over children when they're not on the campus much less when they're on the campus much less win. They're away from the campus. So for my yeah. For my opinion this is a good ruling. Yeah i think that's right michael Now the students sent us to be friends and unsurprisingly. Most of her friends were at the school. So there was a connection involves school activities. Students were involved. But i think this went too far. The power of the state to punish people off campus The court also had a few sentences saying that students engaging political speech in religious each off. Campus you're not be subject to discipline and i think that's important I worry that some point soon. We'll have You know schools punishing students wearing red hats in a facebook profile picture.
Supreme Court Sides With Pennsylvania Cheerleader Over Snapchat Post
"Court with a big ruling today, siding with the high school cheerleader who is vulgar social media posts got her suspended from the squad. Andy Levy dropped a bunch of F bombs into a Snapchat post after she was cut from the varsity cheerleading squad, and she endured the wrath of her Pennsylvania High school. The school argued it needed to expand its discipline policy beyond campus in order to monitor and prevent cyber bullying. The Supreme Court agreed the school's regulatory interest remains significant in some off campus circumstances but side With Levi Justice, Breyer wrote for an 8 to 1 majority. Those interests were insufficient to overcome Levi's interest in free expression. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News New YORK Milwaukee Bucks
Justices Rule for Cursing Cheerleader Over Snapchat Post
"The Supreme Court ruled a public school in Pennsylvania wrongly suspended a cheerleader over a vulgar social media post the ruling was eight to one in favour brandy levy she did not make her school's varsity cheerleading team on Snapchat levy vented using curse words and a raised middle finger I was a fourteen year old kid I was upset I was angry everyone every fourteen year old kid speaks like that at one point levy was not in school at the time but was suspended from junior varsity cheerleading activities for year justice Stephen Bryer ruled the suspension violated Levi's first amendment rights young students and adults like me shouldn't be punished for them expressing their own feelings and letting others know how they feel but the justices did not rule out schools from disciplining students for what they say off campus at Donahue Washington
Shwen Gwee Describes How Voice is Transforming Diagnostics
"Let's talk a little bit about Diagnostics which i think is fast. Here's a lot a lot happening here. So i'm just gonna let you take that. The shirt i think on the front. And you know you're starting to see some of these companies e startups whether they're still startups now or whether the much bigger than that because the funding is a good question but some of them are starting to come into this space to really play that role of being more of a triage right. Where you're asking questions based and they'll ask you know they'll ask you about your symptoms and they'll start to narrow it down and provide a recommendation for what hype of condition you might have and so you've got a little bit of that fun end triage before seeing the actual healthcare professional specialists. You go through that kind of process examples of that Like a babylon health where they've actually become really popular globally especially in the uk where the nhl has adopted them as part of the process and then on the other end when when it comes to diagnostics to see some companies and startups really work on that audio channel. That the sample you get from somebody voice to be a way of detecting and diagnosing a condition or disease so really much more what we call it digital biomarker where we're at a voice sample analyze it and then from there detect if maybe you might have signs of depression or anxiety or ms for that matter. So it's really exciting to see how this feels really changing and leveraging these types of channels to provide new kinds of data that can be analyzed through a and machine learning to really start to provide that information and insight to predict what you might have in the suggests based on massive amounts of data and voice apples that were collected. And then if you think about that. I'm so complex. Human tools starting to also collect voice data As you know your apple watch can hear what you're saying go. Hey siri. I should say that. Early watch achmat. Picks up on that something like amazon halo actually picked up in Is able to record your voice and it's starting to be able to Provide information about your mood or or your your your overall condition that day as a result of that. But that's where it's getting really exciting as unique my own voice channels when we talk on the phone or we recorded I know a snapchat or tiktok recording or post and in what did it could be analyzed. Could pick up nuances that allow for that digital biomarker to be Detected and then realized that before you even knew it. You had a specific condition that you should probably go checkout out
"snapchat" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"President trump. Does i don't those actions are wrong. They are harm. Not republicans not democrats that are harmed our democracy so that is either of the district. That's about years of republicans and democrats and a whole lot of independence in one of the most important political things for people to understand his. You don't just win independence through moderation on healthcare or or through kind of vague viewpoints for. They're not really sure. Whether you're taking the stanford around the other you win. Independence by recognizing some of their distrust in our democracy is legitimate and by responding to it by trying to make government better and so it's not enough to just him pain and say process were democrats trust us republicans. We have to actually take action to regain mattress. that's ultimately what either party. They need to support these reforms. Because i think that's how we're going to regain the trust of the american people for the next decade or two sheets that was my conversation with representative katie porter. She represents the forty fifth congressional district in orange county california at an event put on last week by crew which stands for citizens for responsibility and ethics in washington crew has been a leading nonprofit watchdog focused on ethics accountability and getting.
"snapchat" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"Vendors from the very person who has conflict of interests and that is kind of sounds like its efforts. It's sounds like there's a refusal all see but it isn't really functioning on the ground. In a way to use the american people comets. So there's a lot of elements to this. And i would be remiss of course not to mention. Hr one for the people act Which we are so rich about campaign finance aspects of that to reduce the influence of dark money so much important conversation right now on voting rights the part of hr one here s about a particular interest to folks who are engaged with crew is the transparency and accountability. Safeguards that are built in day are what they are really really important and the class was part of the oslo twenty eighteen much like the post water class. Very large class was elected on reform agenda was elected not to revert government to create trump but to make government better because trump has cost to recognize. Just how important is. And i've just gonna flag self interested. Interestingly on the podcast. Senator sheldon whitehouse talk really at length and in-depth about why those disclosure and transparency provisions are getting ignored. Why they really matter. So if people are just drunken disclosure based on his conversation it might be a useful listen i was one of the dummies representative porter. Who went on the tv shows after the twenty twenty election and said actually the one issue on which there will be. Bipartisan good-faith reform. It's going to be these anti-corruption oversight measures precisely because hunter biden up because there's going be a stance that my god whatever happens. We don't want a joe biden administration to engage in what we just saw happening. I couldn't have been more wrong about that. It does not feel as though that sense of sauce for the goose sauce for the gander. Both parties have such a vested interest in all of these checking mechanism simply because both parties are well aware of that. As you said at the beginning the other side may do it. Do you of a sort of theory of the case for. Why is that. There hasn't been a kind of widespread agreement that whatever side you were on. We never want to see what happened up for the last four years happen again. You know this your great credit..
"snapchat" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"So now we wanted to turn to questions of money and influence and corruption government. It's one of those topics. We used to cover exhaustively back at the start of the trump era when nobody could get enough of that word emoluments but despite the hatch act violations and the self dealing and the promotions of big donors to prominent roles in the government. The entire conversation kind of faded away when joe biden took office this year. Perhaps because these problems of big money foreign money directed at inaugural events directed at campaigns. All felt like maybe it would be less urgent but evidently the urgency is as real today as it's always been this past thursday. The biden administration issued a national security. Study memorandum arguing. That corruption quote makes government less effective and quote attacks. The foundations of democratic institutions in effect biden is asking federal agencies to crack down on corruption quote as part of the core national security interests of the united states for representative katie porter. She represents the forty fifth congressional district in orange county california. This fight to get rid of foreign funds and big money interests in washington. Didn't stop with the twenty twenty election either porter and her great white board of doom has been calling out big pharma big banking big money for years now but she's also been one of the loudest voices in congress demanding ethics reform and congressional oversight as a member of the house oversight and reform committee. She's proposing all these legislative fixes that would prevent corruption and increase transparency. And she wants these fixes to be permanent. I spoke to representative porter last week. At an online event organized by crew that stands for citizens for responsibility and ethics in washington crew. As you probably know has been a leading. Nonprofit watchdog focused on ethics accountability. Getting dark money out of politics. The sound quality here is a tiny bit zoo me. But i just really wanted to share this important conversation with you. So thanks for bearing with us representative porter in is started with the proposition that there's a pair of cliches that more or less us for the past four years of the trump era. One norms aren't laws. We thought they were enforceable but they were always just soft norms. The second was that sometimes even when you have laws they cannot be enforced against people who simply believe that. The law doesn't affect them. So i started out by asking representative porter to set the table about some of the key weaknesses. She had identified in the trump era ethics and accountability systems. The area's where laws and norms utterly failed the american people. Just at the moment. We needed them most so table set for my perspective on this important question about laws norms. Two things here have really been driving factors in this work and then how about doing this work and one is that before. I keep the congress. I was a consumer protection advocate. Professor and i took this big wall of trying to help make sure her. The big banks sign a binding legal agreement promising to change their practices. Actually were doing that in real people's lives and so it always been as Doing that on the ground in some protection really interested in the gap between what we think is the wall or what the law says. And then what's really happening. And i think that dow and the recognition of that gap is real is a lot of really important. Work crew does exist. Is people think there should be a law. What that's legal they say. How can that be. But there are a lot of scouts. And there are lots of different ways to to close those gaps whether it's through straightening arms or creating enforceable happy end of my first year in congress opening emerged on the on oversight and reform and i had gone to congress wanting to financial services committee. I absolutely love serving mayor. Ut giving my work on whole big base accountable but one of the things that i very quickly saw in congress is there is sort of special interest playbook same arguments that bankers may about unintended consequences and over-regulation than you know we shouldn't waiters decide the at all of these things that some arguments i begin to hear from farm industry would get again to hear arguments. I heard trump officials about why they couldn't actually help. People were some of the same arguments. Her from officials in president obama's administration a why they couldn't help people during the foreclosure crisis mostly arguments during the dot. So i asked to join a privilege to be selected to join the committee. On oversight and reform on this is congress's name investigative body. So it's rare. We do a lot of the thinking about where are these gaps The law doesn't say it's illegal but we need to do an investigation to understand what happened and then decided to make a law to address that. And so i really really liked not respect of being able to do that. Investigatory work and say. I'm not saying this is a legal. I'm saying did you do it. And bannon opens up the debate to citizens who care about responsibility and ethics to advocate for watching h. Look i don't want to spend our time to talk all about the things. The president did To put his own personal and political interests ahead of national i think the important takeaway here is the one that your question drags out which is before president from engaged in some conduct. I think a lot of us had a sense of it. That wasn't what presents did use can't do it. That's not a fame you can't campaign rallies of the white house lawn you can't you.
"snapchat" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"In also writing papers. Sometimes vaguely defined. I'm frightened to death of writing. Count this is one of those cases. Mark where it's clear. That doctrine has not caught up to tech and that the supreme court justices are. I think to their immense credit mindful of the fact that they don't completely understand what they might unleash on the world. Both because tech is moving so fast and because as you say the old rubrics are just so archaic that they're useless and there. Is this sense that the justices both desperately wanted to take this case because it is urgently necessary to fix this and also don't want to touch this with a ten foot pool because it is possible they're gonna make everything worse. Yes and going back to our earlier conversation. This seems like it has the potential to splinter the court really badly to wind up with no single majority opinion. But a bunch of separate concurring opinions and plurality opinions and dissenting opinions. That actually just muddy the waters even more and leave this doctrine and more of a mess than it was in when the supreme court took it up which is not what the court supposed to do but happens fairly frequently when every justice feels. It's extremely important for their idiosyncratic views to be put on paper into law. Mark we started by a protracted snarky about the announcement that there were only four cases to watch for the rest of the term. So i want to give you the opportunity to tell our listeners. Other things that they should be watching I know there are actually materially urgently important other cases What else should folks be looking out for and thinking about as the term wants to close. I think the other big one just out of the top four is the americans for prosperity case. This is a a case about a california law that requires major major donors to nonprofits people who have donated in some cases hundreds of thousands of dollars to have their identities disclosed to the state attorney general that disclosure is it only goes to the state attorney general the public can access it but the state attorney general than uses the information to ensure that charities non profits are doing what they promised their donors they would do and this has been a real problem right. Charities will solicit money from often very wealthy people Get a ton of it and then use it for a bunch of stuff that was not approved by the donor that sometimes is kind of sleazy and not what the donor intended and this law was designed to ensure that the attorney general could keep charities honest but americans for prosperity this coq group that spent a lot of money. Promoting electing republicans Sued and alleged that this disclosure requirement is a violation of its first amendment rights to give a ton of money in total secrecy alleged that california's acting in bad faith. That it's like leaking this information to punish donors that this is all kind of witch hunts to target the real victims among us who are the plutocrats who just want to fund massive influence peddling dark money networks. And i think the supreme court's gonna agree with americans for prosperity and plock this law and create this new standard. That makes it almost impossible for the government to require. Disclosure is not just in the context of charities but in the election context and so much of this case is really shadowboxing over election law right because for many years. Big high dollar donors have tried to take down these disclosure requirements because they want to fund elections in secret. They don't want to have to deal with the bother the trouble of being criticized in public and it looks like the supreme court is going to say that wealthy people a first amendment right to not be criticized basically to fund any campaign any candidate and he charity. They want and not have to face any kind of public consequence because they can do so in total secrecy anonymity and i think we should just be clear that that will be a major overhaul in first amendment law and for many decades even conservative. Justices like antonin. Scalia argued that public criticism is the price you pay for civic engagement and that there's really no compelling interest in protecting people from getting criticized in public but this court is very concerned about cancel culture. They are very concerned about keeping our precious conservative snowflakes from melting under the withering. Harsh lights of transparency. And so it looks like the court is going to say that being criticized is so difficult so hard and so sad for conservatives that they don't have to face it anymore and they can just by our elections in in total anonymity mark. That's an amazing launch into our next conversation with representative katie porter about ethics reform transparency. Dark money the capture of electoral systems by money. That we can't figure out where it comes from. So thank you for the inadvertent segue. Marc joseph. Stern covers law courts justice stanford law school. Everything else for slate. he's also. I have to tell you been holding up the sky the last couple of weeks while i've been permitted to finish my book so if you enjoyed this conversation with mark who as you can tell folks Does not tell you what he really thinks. You can always get more of mark including on this show on me. Slate plus segment but mark as ever. You are a joy to talk to you. Thank you for joining us. Always a pleasure. And i'll see it. Sleep plus bonus segment time and after the break representative katie porter on ethics emoluments and accountability..
"snapchat" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"Can you talk for a minute. About why the voting rights act matters. That if you're a voting rights lawyer and now you've lost pre-clearance you've lost the things that were lost in shelby county. Why it really actually matters immensely to be able to go to a court and vindicate voting rights now more than ever. Because it's all that you have left the only tool in your arsenal and you know for a long time. I think we were lucky. In preserving section five pre clearance requirements. It was it. Seemed like this country was maybe on the right track with regard to voting rights for a while there was not necessarily the kind of extreme aggressive mass disenfranchisement that you see today but that was because the pre clearance requirement existed. I think it's. It's very obvious and kind of indisputable if you look at the number of poll closures in minority communities of really draconian voter. Id laws that target. A racial minorities attacks on mail voting. All of that stuff happened after shelby county when the floodgates opened and so the only thing you have left if you're voting rights lawyer is section two and really the only thing you have left is this disparate impact test that the so-called results test because republican legislators. Don't stand on the floor of the state house. And say i hate black people and i don't want them to vote and that's why introduced this bill. They say we need election integrity. Just like you'll gorsuch. Echo neal gorsuch and say we need to prevent fraud. We may never ever have detected a scintilla of fraud in the state. But we know it's there and we need to stop it and so it's really impossible to prove racist intent. The only thing you can prove if you're a lawyer is that this law suppresses the votes of racial minorities in an extremely disproportionate way and up until now that has been enough to block a law under the voting rights act but these cases seem destined to give the supreme court and opportunity to gut that rule And make it pretty much impossible for courts to block voter suppression laws. Because they have such disparate impact on on racial minorities. Mark the last of the four cases that i wanted to talk about just. I'm sure listeners already know about it. Just because of the facts are so fun and amazing. I was listening to Adam lip tech being interviewed about the case of the cussing cheerleader. And he said it was so great he said on the daily most of the stuff i cover is glazing lee boring but this is such an amazing case. So can we talk about cheerleaders. Student speech rights Three of the lens of this is a case that actually even though the facts are amazing and interesting in everybody has an opinion on snapchat and cheerleaders Through the lens of this long history of student speech that was protected by the court in tinker and has been eroded eroded eroded in a million tiny little cuts the so every free speech lover knows tinker v d moines A nineteen sixty nine supreme court decision at the tail end of the warren court where the supreme court ruled in favor of these students in high school who were wearing black armbands to protest the vietnam war. The supreme court said the school can't punish the students. This is a public school. It is part of the government And these students have free speech rights which they do not leave behind at the schoolhouse gate. Big decision everybody seems to agree with it but it has largely fallen apart in the intervening decades for a couple of reasons. First the supreme court has just gotten pretty hostile to the free speech rights of students in part because a lot of student speech cases don't involve something sort of valiant noble like protesting the vietnam war. You know this is the reality of first amendment jurisprudence. A lot of speech. That is punished. Unconstitutionally is kind of gross or offensive. There was a student who made some sexual innuendo at school. Wide speech to the supreme court allowed to be punished. There was the student who famously held up the banner that read bong hits for jesus at a school supervised event. The supreme court said by all means punish them. There were the students who wanted to write about birth control and abortion in their school newspaper. The supreme said they can be censored so this has been a kind of slide down the slope ever since tinker way back in nineteen sixty nine and the cursing. Cheerleader case is maybe an opportunity for the supreme court to reinvigorate students speech rights. But it comes with this caveat that it's sort of a existential challenge to the very concept of free speech rights on campus because as we all know what the internet A lot of students speech occurs off campus. That was what happened here. This cheerleader brandy lovey. She she was rejected from the varsity. Cheer squad. She went with her friend to the cocoa a local convenience store and snapped picture of herself with the caption. Fuck school faulk softball. Fuck cheer fuck everything. One of her fellow students followed her on snapchat and was a narc and showed the snap to her mom who happened to be the cheerleading coach and the cheerleading coach punished brandy levy and kicked her off the team for the rest of the year and we should know that burundi levy did make our city the next year so justice for brandy but the the student brandy levy sued for her punishment and said look. I was exercising my free speech rights. You can't punish me for this. The lower court of appeals agreed. And said actually. The school can't punish students for anything. They say off campus like this is not in the world of tinker. This is just basic first amendment stuff like if brady levy wants to snapchat herself saying the f bomb. The school has no business punishing her for that. This case went to the supreme court. I think because a lot of justices are concerned with that super lazy faire attitude because they understand that speech that happens off. Campus affects. What happens on campus right. There's no longer this clear dividing line between the students and tinker crossing the schoolhouse gate into the threshold of high school. Now the speech happens on phones on computers on ipads it trickles back onto campus and has real consequences and i think steven briar said it quite honestly when he admitted during oral arguments that he is frightened to death of creating a standard here that pre-tax a sufficient amount of speech without making it impossible for school administrators to do their job because that does seem like a really hard task. And i don't envy brier and the rest for having to handle it. There are dozens of areas. That didn't used to be thought of as within the purview of the public school today in many places they are now. Add to that the internet and the internet not just listening to teachers but also doing.
"snapchat" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"When it said the mandate was makita thing that we spent spent all that time talking about broccoli for nothing. I'm not saying this is nicole. I'm saying did you do it then. Opens up the debate to citizens care about responsibility next to advocate for watching. Hi and welcome back to amicus. This is a podcast about the courts and the law and the supreme court and the rule of law. I'm with weekend. Cover some of those things for slate. This past week has been a little calm before the storm. Ish at the high court although that's going to change in the coming days in the us senate and the house. We're wrangling about the filibuster. And the january six commission and also about ethics reform and later on in this show. We're going to hear from representative katie porter of california about the connection between corruption and ethics rules and congressional oversight and all the ways in which a failure to check basic corruption. Self interest. self dealing today really just invites a whole lot. More of the same in the future but before that back in land we find ourselves in the home stretch at the highest court in the land. We're in the last few weeks of a supreme court term. That feels like it opened a million years ago back when ruth bader ginsburg still sat on the bench. This term has seen some radical shifts at the court amy coney barrett replacing our bg a raft of religious liberty cases that were decided on almost purely partisan lines. The court is taking on some big big cases for next term. It did step back from some of the most dramatic interventions this year which is my fancy way of saying. Hey the court didn't help steal the twenty twenty election for donald trump today. We're going to kind of flip the show and we're going to go first to our check in with slates marcus of stern. He covers the supreme court for slate. Dot com mark. And i usually chat for our slate plus subscribers at the end of the show. But this week he needs to be the show. Because there's a whole host of cases that are going to be decided in the coming weeks with arguments behind us decisions right ahead of us. We just needed mark two expertly. Sherpa us through what we should be watching for what could happen and what we might miss. Slate plus members fear not are very extra special slate. Plus segment with mark is also happening at the end of the show so stick around for a conversation about the stanford law student who was almost denied his diploma after mocking the federalist society in an email mark wrote the head of that story this week if you are not asleep plus member but you wanna make sure.
Snap Is Dead Serious About This AR Stuff
"Snap held its annual snap partner summit yesterday and the big news was the unveiling of snaps. I a are glasses. With four built in microphones to stereo speakers and a touch pad quoting the verge on thursday snap. Ceo evan spiegel unveiled the company's first true augmented reality glasses technology that he n rivals like facebook. Think will one day be as ubiquitous as mobile phones. A demo showed virtual butterflies fluttering over colorful plants and landing in spiegel's extended hand the news articles have dual wave guide displays capable of superimposing air affects made with snapchat software tools. The frame features. Four built in microphones to stereo speakers and a built in touch pad. Front facing cameras helped the glasses detect objects and surfaces. You're looking at so that graphics more naturally interact with the world around you. These spectacles have aren't ready for the mass market. Unlike past models snap isn't selling them instead it's giving them directly to an undisclosed number of effects creators through an application program online another indication. They aren't ready for everyday use yet. The battery reportedly only lasts about thirty minutes. The idea is to encourage a small portion of the two hundred thousand people who already make a are effects in snapchat to experiment with creating experiences for the new spectacles. according to spiegel like the bright yellow vending machines snap used to sell the first versions of spectacle. Several years ago the approach could end up being a clever way to build buzz for the glasses ahead of their wide release. Spiegel has said that. Ar glasses will take roughly a decade to reach mainstream adoption and quote. And then if that wasn't enough to convince you they're serious. Work came this morning that snap has agreed to acquire wave optics. The supplier of the ar displays used in these new spectacles
Student's Snapchat Profanity Leads to Supreme Court Speech Case
"The Supreme Court will be hearing one of the most significant cases involving student speech and more than fifty years it involves brandy levy in Pennsylvania I was a fourteen year old kid I was upset I was angry levy had found out she didn't make her school's varsity cheerleading squad four years ago big bell check with the ACLU says levy and a friend were not in school when they posted a snap Snapchat picture with the two of them holding up their middle fingers they hurled F. bombs about cheerleading and school several days later she's told by her cheerleading coach that she's been kicked off the team because of her house levy's parents filed a federal lawsuit claiming the suspension violated their daughters constitutional speech rights it wasn't bullying anyone wasn't harassing the school district says they should not be forced to ignore any speech that disrupts the school environment at Donahue Washington
Student's Snapchat Profanity Leads to High Court Speech Case
"This week, 14 year old Brandy Levi was suspended from cheerleading after posting a profanity laced rant on Snapchat. The question before the court is can public schools discipline students over something they say off campus? The case has its roots in the Vietnam era case of a high school in Iowa that suspended students who wore armbands to protest the war. The Supreme Court ended up siding with students. Fighting back a proposal on
Why James Charles Has Been Demonetized by YouTube
"There's just one topic i wanna talk about. Its james charles. Spill it all over me girl. It all started in twenty nineteen win. james charles. Who is a makeup grew youtuber. He's been doing for years before that between nineteen A pretty big scandal for him. He partnered with sugar bear hair who is a competitor of one of his best friends. Taty westbrook vitamin company. Halo beauty and taty and james were really close like best friends and he went kind of against sir. 'cause he said i don't want to promote these types of vitamins to my teenage followers but went ahead and did sugar bear hair and taty got very upset about it. She came out with the video and she ended up bringing up. Something that happened at coachella. That james was making sexual advances to a instagram. Model named gauge gomez. Who is straight. He's commands that i'm straight. I have no interest in. James james is gave by the way. Let me just put that out there. Yeah just we can have some context for the story and gauge gomez said. He didn't want anything to do with the Pressure into sexual situations that he was very uncomfortable with which has brought me to what i want to bring up today. It started in february of this year. Twenty twenty one and a sixteen year old boy came out and claim that james groomed him and pressured him into exchanging of sexual photos over snapchat. James spoke out and said that he know that the boy was only sixteen. He said that he thought the boy was eighteen or over. I don't know how old but he said he was not aware that the kid was under age later that same month february three war males came forward about the same exact thing games was asking them for pictures. China exchange flirting text messages. And stuff like that. And of course james once again. I do not know that they were. You not know that all. Okay
The Future of Augmented Reality and Apple Glasses
"Today we are talking about the future of computing. It is my pleasure to have robert scoble. Who is a consultant and book author. Who's been involved at the roots of silicon valley. A lot of very exciting technology. we've seen grow amateurs. Were moving into the modern new computing. Era robert thanks so much for joining us on the show. It's an honor to be here while i'm so excited for this because I've looked up to a lot of the great work that you've been involved with and the companies and ventures and as for now in two thousand twenty one. There's such a rapid shift into new technology. Of course we've all seen the pandemic and we've all seen the movements there but now computing is becoming sexy against becoming exciting again. Why are you excited about this. New wave of computing. Well i've been watching it for almost a decade even really longer than a decade i. Eight years ago. I was at the consumer electronics show and walking around the back hall in the sweets i came across a called prime which the founder of prime sense. It is a little company that came from israel and they made d. sensors well eight years ago. He showed me what a three d. center could do and today on our new iphones. We have. Two of them went on the front went on the back sees the world in td and he was showing me all sorts of things like You can do pressure sensitive touching on. He had a sensor about three feet away from the table top and he could see how hard we were pressing on the table and could do virtual writing on the table and stuff like that and he had three or four. Different demo led a three d. Sensor could be used for and around the same time i was that matteo and munich germany which is I've reality both of these companies by the way got bought after i saw them by apple and they were showing me monsters on the side of the skyscrapers. Well today snapchat right so you know i. I'm pretty lucky. I got to go around the world and meet a lot of enterpreneurs. I interviewed. I dunno thousands of enterpreneurs on video. So let like what you're doing
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"snapchat" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"Be back with more discussion. Clips support from around the world. We have a president Tron is cycle race for with the borders are closed. You can't leave. You have people in here that meet door helped us when you and y'all. Together with the community with society to stop, don't stop. The governmental Prussian period we need you. So March with US March besides you get your people. Don't want beside US besides. Revolution tell about. That was Kiki Palmer speaking of the National Guard at a demonstration in Hollywood, asking them to be the change and March with the people. They ended up not marching with her. They said that they had to protect the stores. They ended up kneeling and other people have problems with that saying that these are just photo ops for police and the government to say. Hey, look, you know it's not all bad. And depending on what they show on the news network, you watch, that's what you see. And I just think we talked about yesterday. This is why looking at social media, or at least going between news networks that have different views is the most important thing you can do right now in terms of learning. What's going on? I I appreciate. What she was trying to do in that moment, I understand it. But the reality is. And I think this. The Gentleman Senate in the video he said. I have a boss to report to I have to stay in my in my station I. I can't leave their the orders that they're going to take are going to come from government officials. They're not going to put these people in the street I, and that's part of the problem, because it is supposed to be protecting the people, but it doesn't always feel like that and I agree with the photo op conversation because I'll see people who haven't talked about the death of George Floyd, but they'll post. You know a picture of a protester hugging a police officer. Through! This exciting snapchat has announced they will no longer be promoting president trump's account in their discover tab even though his account will still be visible when a user searches it, snapchat has made it clear that they can no longer promote his account when he incites such racial violence. Is a very powerful and positive move of snapchat I think it's their responsibility to sort of censor I think anybody who incited any sort of racial violence whether they were the president or not should not be promoted in any way and I think that this was a really powerful San. They took, and it's one that I fully support. I think it was really really good of them to do that. I think it's really important to. Because snapchat has the largest demographic of youth, maybe besides Tiktok right now. And that those are the people with the biggest responsibility, the people with the biggest platforms making these decisions, and obviously it's a very divisive decision. They could lose. Millions and millions of subscribers lose millions of dollars, but in my opinion, that's so worth it to not be known for racism, and I like what they're doing is that they're deleting his profile because that would cause outrage, it is wrong in terms of free speech, but to just not promote him is a fantastic thing to do. I think all after kind of take this lead thousand percent, the rules got apply to everybody. You know what I mean. Say Yeah, it does. It does especially someone who has the ability to influence millions of people who support them, and which in by the way when you post something like when the looting charts starts, the shooting starts and people then I'm saying videos of people standing with shotguns outside their house. It's like you're inciting people so the fact that they're taking a stand. The fact that twitter took a stand. you know I like that because it should still apply so social media platform. Yeah. And like George Floyd's daughter, said her daddy changed the world. There were large peaceful protests in London Berlin Paris and many other countries all over the globe in support of black lives matter. A..
"snapchat" Discussed on Marketing Above All
"Hey there in welcome to episode eighty-two Today's topic is all things snapchat but really one of the questions that I've been giving gene asked a lot is what is the social media platform for twenty twenty twenty twenty one and beyond so with anything I can give you a lot of different answers but the answer is that I would prefer to give. You are a bit more backed by data so one of the things. That was very interesting to me that it just came out a couple of days ago is pinterest assed for the first time has now surpassed snapchat as the number three social media APP in the the US and based on all the data. That I'm reading. That's not going to change. It's going to continue to stay ahead ahead of snapchat so when I look back at snapchat and really again with everything I wanNA look at. How how is this helping you market your local business? How is this helping you get the word out? How is it helping from a branding perspective contest US Geo Marketing and all that good stuff so what I liked? A couple of years ago was the popularity was really really really high and snapchat filters were all the rage and it was just really really being used as a very very heavy messaging APP and the interesting piece with snapchat was just. It was just something that was very very new but what happened in two thousand seventeen was when Instagram Liam started to roll out some of their stories and Insta- stories which came out. I believe in late twenty seventeen and then facebook introduce something thing that was a little bit similar and then what's up. Did something the whole snap chat users really stopped using it as much as as they would it just really started to diminish from a usability standpoint. So when you start to have users users leaving a platform that starts to obviously pose submission use the other thing. That was interesting is a lot of the new updates and things like that. They started to roll out that in twenty eighteen a lot of the snapchat users really just didn't like it A lot of the the new interfaces. A lot of the new filters adjust really didn't go over as well as they we're hoping but really the the trend started to decline heavily with instagram's stories and that is really what I think is going to be a bit bit of the demise of snapchat so the whole piece of people in brands that they really no longer had to go back and forth than us all these different APPS to start to show their life so they were using instagram to show some things and then they were going on snapchat in and showing some of the fun stories but now with Insta- stories for example a lot of your prospects and people are able to then keep everything can a curated in one particular piece and really will then add that personal flair layer and personal touch and that's also where a lot of the influencers started to go is well. The other thing though was snapchat is really really still is a hit with the younger generation. And it's still relevant in a younger generation. I mean typically breath sixteen seventeen and under and it. It's still relevant in that age group but it definitely has not continued to keep up the steam whereas a platform like tick tock which I've just started talking a bit about. That's widely popular with a lot of the younger demographic doc it's also gaining traction with some of the older demographic and people that typically unless you're focusing on running a trampoline park for example and trying to get Some of the younger people interested they can go tell their parents. Hey you should bring me the trampoline park you WanNa have a little bit more of a wider later demographic and that starting to definitely happen on Tick Tock in the same thing is starting to happen with Insta- stories in pinterest interest in some of the other platforms. So if I look at. Is this a platform that I would really feel good about telling you to really start to invest awesome at him marketing dollars. Some of your marketing resources candidly I. I would tell you the answer would be no. It's it's not looking great from a data standpoint and if I look at. was there anything that they did last year. For example to really start to separate themselves from the pact now that no is if your really being focused on the US market and your your demographic tends to be a little bit older now with that said from a gross standpoint. They did start to focus a bit more on and some of the emerging markets. So if you're listening to this podcast and you're doing local marketing in France or the UK or even Russia for example. Simple a lot of their growth. The largest percentage actually was Russia and even the Asia Pacific in India India in and things like that so the reason that that growth has been driving and and moving forward is android so snapchat chat did a big rebirth in rebuild on the android APP and that actually has been going over quite well but again. If if you're saying Michael Can snapchat help if I'm a local business and I'm focused on the. US and I want to be grabbing people in their twenties thirties forties for example. Could you reach who you're aiming for. Yes but is this the right platform. There's a lot of other platforms tick tock in particular instagram facebook Youtube Pinterest. That I would put much higher on the list before you jump in with snapchat. It just is is one one of those that when I look at it from a number standpoint unless you have much more of an international focus at where you really WanNa get it in when something is a bit new. I'm seeing the android opportunity so to speak at as a pretty viable opportunity but again that is more focused focused in Russia India Indonesia the Philippines and different places like that but if you do have a presence on snapchat and I said this with everything and if you've garnered a presence I'm not saying you should be jumping ship and continue to garner that audience. I'm not seeing the platform dying dying in the US anytime soon but at the same token I just don't see that growth continuing to occur. I mean even Canada for example sample. I mean the growth. There has pretty much been flat I'm in it. It's just it's not it's not growing I mean they're just not grabbing a larger percentage of people that are using the Internet the percentage of their users really just isn't isn't really changing it. Just it's not at the level that it should be at and especially when I start to see platforms like pinterest for example start to overtake it from a gross standpoint and from a user standpoint that also gives me cause for concern so normally. When I'm giving you tips of here's what I want to see you embarking on this one is a bit more of I would suggest you shy away from the pinterest train and spend your marketing dollars in your marketing time on other platforms tune back in here tomorrow? I'm actually going to do an episode on Pinterest which I said just tackled Snapchat in terms of growth and users Michael TAZAR signing off. Good morning and good afternoon and good night see. Thank you for listening to this episode of marketing. Above all get out out there make a change and take some action and hey don't forget to leave a five star review and tell all your friends. This is the greatest marketing podcast ever ever ever. We look forward to seeing you here tomorrow..
"snapchat" Discussed on Teenager Therapy
"Hey everyone. Welcome back to teenagers therapy. Gail I'm Thomas. I'm mark. Is it Kayla in the last episode Africa. who had the intro music? So there's a time without the music no way. No no interest kept talking. You know we got we got at the end and someone was like wait. How did you guys come up with your catchphrase? That's like because we have problems too and I was like Oh shoot. I think it was an accident. It was a placeholder tax. 'cause I was making the design and I just like I was like okay. I'll just because we have problems too and it was just going to be a placeholder and then I ended up just like keeping because I didn't want to change it because I was too lazy and I think I forgot about it but it works. I work good thing was something stupid. Do Food anyways so I was episode Brosky Brosky. You know I've been. I've been snap shutting. Wait we I know story. This is what I have the theory. Why a theory? Should I say or you guys want to tell us. Oh dear. Oh my theory is He's bored do you want US leader. Eight fifteen fisher on snapchat streaks snapchat. I my theory. Yeah okay. He's doing it for guys is enough scorers originally I was like is he messaging somebody on that. Ah That's like that's the only reason. Yeah I was just over over a million. It's it's over one hundred a Pash the trash hold for a good like what people consider like I dunno I know innocent innocent grow. I guess people have this dreadful on your like girlfriend material if it's a law if it's a lot more then you're a whole but that's what they say I'm not yes. This calling the word on the street. Oh my twenty three K.. WHOA that's good? That's good what's yours mark. It's like forty Oh snapple snapchat. I ain't no hope that chat in so interesting is is yours. You know so. I think the only one that uses not show right. You say I thought you use I use it for a little bit for a little bit Just tax people. Yeah Yeah for TAT is X.. People raid read same. I always use it. I used to actually post on. My story really speaks I still. Sometimes the post is doing. You never find something really funny like outpost remember you. SNAPCHAT ITO party at the fourth worth of July party. Was that your fourth of July parties. It was like your cousin or brother was drinking seeking something so I I had to post that somebody like every. When's the last time you put on your story like I don't know like few months ago regularly Yeah this is like once in a while So I don't know I say problems too. Okay I'll I'll admit the details from the podcast about say we know we want to know the I'll let you know but in the in the heart if you've got pretty bored recently right okay. I really wanted to meet New People you go. Yeah I want to meet new people mostly. Oh I find someone. Oh they look like they're in high school and they're kind of cute so then I message them right. My how old are you because I I got verify doing like. How old are you message? This one dude and I was like. Hey hold. Are you like. Oh I'm succeeding. I'm like Oh wow perfect meat. He's like Oh you got to snap. I was like yes. I'm a snapchat. Yes I do of course so I give them my snapchat. Yeah anyway so I talked to him and he's like Oh what are you looking for. I'm like friends like you. He's zoned him before what about you. He's like Oh friends with benefits. I'm like Oh four. Yeah Yeah so then after we talked for like a few more minutes and then we're like okay cool and then we just kinda like. Ah So there's that and then eventually I found out like three days before he was on my for. Up I weirdly no pige on. Yeah he was on my for you phase school tested but I remember it because I thought like he appeared on my for you page again. And here's like fifty five K.. On there Dan and he sings to the song out. He's really edgy though. Don't find anything about this guy. Is that when when win Garland. I went to the concert. I remember seeing his post like well. No no no. It's just like I wanna just like. I wanted to look at like more videos from the concert. You know because then I see his post I I oh yeah has like a coffee and then I do we summit for ask him up and I was like way he looks so familiar Yeah so we. There was that as I get cool so then that happened and then this other dude was there that I I also saw that the other on my hold are you. He's like oh I'm still in high school. I Guess Mike Okay. Yeah I'm like okay. Cool also I guess you're like junior senior so then we talk and then you gotTa snapchat then. We talked for nothing happens and then the next day you know what are you looking for. I'm like Friends friends. We benefits just going with the flow. You know so I learned from my mistake. Okay anything really and exact. Oh cool. I'm looking for like a serious relationship on my. Oh how he's breath he's like. Oh I'm a freshman. Yeah so we ended up being a fresh house like so then we talking after that. And that's the story AUREA. Why been snatched shutting for two days in the novel didn't touch it doesn't make sense? Oh yeah cool just had to like show him person you know high snapshot that's kind of it. That was it.
"snapchat" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak
"Just download the fit on avenues my code house to get started today. Anyways, you guys hilarious. That was shell got. This is what we've been dealing with in our house for the last month or so it's very funny. We die laughing even when she's mad. She has that same accent. So it's really really funny. It will at some point. It's going to be an accident. It's going to be like revoked like she can't sometimes transition back to our show. Who are you telling she talks so much that it's like she struggles to talk normal. No, I agree. Well, you heard our friend. She hasn't talked all day and baba canoe Shas voice. Anyways, you guys I thought that was funny. So so what is up with this Snapchat shit too? Because they've been doing all like the last three days. That's all I've done. I am. So I guess Snapchat, created a Pok Mon type ship where you go and you pick up eggs at different locations. And sometimes you can pick up a a group of eggs, and if you pick if you remember where like how the extra position on the scream they kind of mix them up. And if you remember which one's which you could get up to ten Easter eggs, so realize number five hundred eighty six in the world, her friends like five million six million people in the world. Brielle is number five hundred eighty six and Arianna. What number are you? Nine thousand. Wow. So so what's number one in the world? What's who who are they and where they obviously haven't slept have nothing going on in their life. A whole lot of time to drive around and pick up convicts. They've been doing it for days. It's bizarre. It's Nep Snapchat is a global thing. Right. Yeah. People people in China jet. Right. I believe. Yeah. So I don't really like you get money. If you have more eggs like Jews like, no, I'm like pinpoint what is your motivation? They literally wasted three days of their life. Yeah. Just collecting worthless. Pictures of anx pictures makes yes, I know virtual eggs. Ok you guys let's jump into my reading with Natalie Tomlinson that I had I don't like to share all my goods. But what can we talk about? Our aunt will be going to college out of state. That's a definite. She said. Yeah. Me too. I think I I've known that since she was probably four she has been like, I mean, she's Ben ready to leave the house, and she was like came out of the womb. So that's going to be really exciting jaycees. She said is like the organizer the communicator the talker. The rational voice amongst the brothers cash is the like motorbike love for speaking love for speech. She said my -nology for cash would be like he's the last one to pull his parachute. Yeah. She thinks James Dean when she thinks which scared me because he died young. And she's like that's not what I mean. I just mean like the need for speed and like his His show. she sees him with a leather jacket on a motorcycle and cage as like a one woman man, he'll get married to one girl, and that's it forever. Which roses also said and cash will like a variety of women. I didn't ask her about marriage with cash, but he'll like variety women. She also she didn't talk about Kaya precious. Brielle's can have a new boyfriend which I mean brielle's probably got fifty dudes Jason after so it's not a surprise. She said Arianna has just brilliantly smart, she's going to travel all over the world..
"snapchat" Discussed on Latest In Tech News
"For mobile game, developers to bring their visions over to the social space given us nap invested heavily into an Australian gaming startup that was helmed by the creator of fruit ninja in addition to its own play canned. Three d engine. It's not surprising that the app would be gearing up for a potential announcement. Mobile gaming has been on significant rise in the last couple of years blowing right past expectations of the market was huge successes such as final fantasy animal crossing in more with Microsoft having just revealed. Their ex cowed gaming service, Google coming up with theirs and more. That essentially turns phones in full on consoles sky's the limit. For those looking to invest in this particular corner of gaming, so what do you think about the steady rise of mobile gaming? What about Snapchat reportedly making moves to get into the video game comment? Awesome move or potential for a blundering mess. No. Let's no on Twitter or in the comment section. But here's what I do say about the whole Snapchat announcement spout time, and I can I can see the Mirroring going on right now. It's like discord came out with a chat app feature application that now wad of people in communities us and discord went. Esteem check it out. You know, the you just do one thing we do two things. Now we stream and you can early access purchase games and stuff and steam went. Thing. Well, we got hardware. No. We don't wait do wait hang on tonight on though, Android, stealing anywhere. Our guys. What is going on?.
"snapchat" Discussed on Exponent
"Oh, by the way. Going to execute it better than Snapchat did from a sort of pure technical perspective. And what that's going to do is. It's going to remove the need for people like you. And I to even try Snapchat. I mean, obviously, it's our jobs we were on Snapchat. But by and large the general population that that needed to grow into breakout from their core. We're just gonna provide that on Instagram instead. And I it was tremendously effective are. Yeah. I mean, if you have an audience, and you've got a your friends on Instagram and this feature that seculow feature comes along. Why would you not use it what your audience already is? If the reason you would switches for the feature because then you have to recreate the network on a new platform, and that's a complete pint. So that article is incredibly precent and completely note. Well, thank you. But what I think is interesting about this conversation is this is kind of now moving into Snapchat corps. That corps inside this had had at this point. Frankly, I don't know that Facebook is particularly concerned about Snapchat. I think they took care of that rather frighteningly efficiently. But that doesn't change the fact that. Snapchat, had a very real and fundamental insight about the nature of communication, and what people do want. And now, this is Facebook, I think much more explicitly and purposefully moving into that space, and again Facebook just has so many native contains we was mine about thing. There's an aspect here where this is a consumer need. This is a quarterly articulated demonstrated by the market thing that people want, and it's not unsurprising that a company like Facebook would seek to serve that need. I think it makes total sense. Putting aside the encryption thing which I think will come to. I think it's a good thing. I think it's interesting though, that you talked about snaps products and the story aspect lending itself. Much better to advertising and is coal messaging aspect not lending itself to advertising because it's more one on one communication. I think it's very interesting the heading in that direction. And I think if we go back to the question. Can you us may right at the start about what I thought about the title of Zaka pokes posts. I mean, raise my eyebrows. I guess once I started reading it, though, one of my frustrations with the article was that when I think back to I got on that soapbox and started renting and was complaining about Facebook. Yeah. There was some aspect of this projected is real self. Whether it does good for people and not. But then as I read through the post for the most part what I really felt like he was talking about it felt like messaging as opposed to social networking the title of the article is a privacy, focus vision for social networking. And then what it ended up reading like was a privacy, focus vision for messaging on Facebook's platform. And in the context of what you just said that the second pot of Snapchat product that going after and they're probably doing it to go off to snap. Just like you said..
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