Source: CitizenGo via YouTube Several countries demand from the high tech companies to stop censorship on their platforms. Header image: CitizenGo via YouTube
Up until 2013, physics professor Eric Hedin taught an interdisciplinary honors seminar at Ball State University (BSU) called Boundaries of Science. This was not a straight physics or cosmology class, but an elective interdisciplinary course designed to “emphasiz[e]… the relationships of the sciences to human concerns and society,” and it explored scientific evidence for intelligent design, among other topics related to science and faith.
YouTube bans content that contradicts WHO on Covid-19, despite its track record of misinformation This article was originally published on FEE.org. It has been republished under a Creative Commons licence. Dan Sanchez is the Director of Content at the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) and the editor-in-chief of FEE.org. He co-hosts…