He's not, however, protected from the backlash against his output, or removal of platform.
This isn't about banning books, it's about ensuring he, and Amazon, can't profit from rape.
If there's one thing Harry Potter author J K Rowling is good at, it's writing fantasy wizard novels.
But if there's another thing she's good at, it's owning flops on Twitter.
Every few months a new mobile app surfaces on the social landscape that quickly catches on.
And, yes, parent—you need to be aware of what the app looks like, how it works, and how your teen may be using or even misusing it.
It was on one of these marathon phone calls that I found out about our junior high’s burn book which had appeared on an anonymous Xanga blog late Friday night, and had, by Sunday, been shared on the Xanga pages of nearly everyone in our class.
With limited and very monitored computer access, I’d missed the frenzied spread.
The book contains a firestorm of rumors, stories, and gossip about all other girls who go to their high school.
In America, having sex with her would have been rape, since she legally couldn’t give her consent.
It didn’t help matters that I was sober, but I can’t say I cared or even hesitated.
It is no coincidence that those obsessed with annihilating the physical expression of dangerous thoughts or teachings so often move on to annihilating the people who think or teach them.
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