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Vox
· Trump’s executive order on social media is legally unenforceable, experts say  
Despite President Donald Trump’s threats that Republicans might shut down social media companies in retaliation for fact-checking his tweets, the executive order he signed on Thursday unsurprisingly doesn’t come anywhere close.
The New York Times
· Trump’s Order Targeting Social Media Sites, Explained  
The move follows his anger at Twitter over its decision this week to append fact-check labels to several of his tweets about mail-in voting, along with links to accurate information on the topic.
The Wall Street Journal
· The Twitter Fairness Doctrine  
President Trump, personally piqued by a “fact check” that Twitter added to two of his tweets, now wants to pare back the liability protections that have helped the internet flourish for 24 years.
The Independent
· 'I thought you were smarter than this?': Ted Cruz mocked for criticising reporter's 'Obamagate' question  
On Wednesday as America ticked past the milestone for 100,000 dead due to coronavirus and Minneapolis was set ablaze during anti-police brutality protests, Mr Trump was tweeting about the conspiracy theory he hopes will help him win reelection in November.
Vox
· Section 230, the internet free speech law Trump wants to change, explained  
Section 230 says that internet platforms that host third-party content — think of tweets on Twitter, posts on Facebook, photos on Instagram, reviews on Yelp, or a news outlet’s reader comments — are not liable for what those third parties post (with a few exceptions).
The New York Times
· Mourning Alone  
His only comment about the “very sad milestone” came in a tweet this morning, where he offered his “heartfelt sympathy & love for everything that these great people stood for & represent.
Malay Mail
· Trump's order taking aim at Twitter is 'bluster,' say legal experts  
His draft order arrived one day after Twitter for the first time prompted readers to check the facts in tweets sent by Trump, warning that his claims about mail-in ballots were false and had been debunked.
Malay Mail
· Europe moves ahead with lockdown easing, but caution in Asia  
“Football is back soon,” tweeted England captain Harry Kane, who plays for Tottenham Hotspur.
The Verge
· Twitter now lets you schedule tweets from its web app  
You can also save draft tweets
The New York Times
· Why George Floyd Won't Be the Last American Killed by the Police  
We must reckon with the reality that the police are part of the problem and stop investing money, power and legitimacy in them.” Josie Duffy Rice, the president of The Appeal, tweeted: