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43 views • February 8, 2024

NTD Newsroom Full Broadcast (Feb. 8)

The Federal Communications Commission met on Feb. 8 to consider outlawing artificial intelligence-generated robocalls. Victims of the sometimes annoying calls can now sue violators in court. Offenders of the new law can face fines of millions of dollars. Surveillance video has captured a robbery in broad daylight in a high-end New York City neighborhood. The victim was saved from further violence by a doorman—while a number of onlookers observed the crime, but did nothing to help. The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether Donald Trump will be disqualified from running for office. The nation's highest court is hearing oral arguments on whether the Colorado Supreme Court erred in ruling that President Trump should be disqualified as a candidate for the state's presidential primaries under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment. Over 100 websites disguised as local news outlets have been traced back to a public relations firm tied to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). A University of Toronto-based digital watchdog found a global influence campaign pushing the Chinese regime's content. Websites in some 30 countries are mixing CCP propaganda with local news. The websites are set up to look like regular local media outlets.
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