• Terrorist attack’s impact prompts lawsuit against Twitter

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 741: The daughter of North Carolina-based former Ambassador Jim Cain serves as lead plaintiff in a lawsuit against Twitter. Cameron Cain and a co-plaintiff contend that the social media giant has not taken adequate stops to block ISIS from using Twitter to plan…

  • JLF’s Jon Guze analyzes issues from Cain v. Twitter lawsuit

    Jon Guze, John Locke Foundation director of legal studies, discusses key issues linked to the Cain v. Twitter lawsuit. The plaintiffs challenge Twitter’s approach to ISIS’ use of the social media platform. Guze offered these comments during an interview with Donna Martinez for Carolina Journal Radio.

  • Berger likes using social media to chat, share

    RALEIGH — Senate leader Phil Berger, who used a Facebook post to respond to Gov. Roy Cooper a day earlier, said Thursday politicians communicating through social media makes a lot of sense. “I think we’ve seen an evolution over the past several years in how public officials…

  • The Democracy of Tweets

    In the past, attracting a substantial audience would have required approaching an institutional gatekeeper and making a convincing case for publishing or broadcasting your work.