POTUS can't block Twitter users, Fortnite's $100M commitment to esports
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Federal judge ruled the president can't block Twitter users from following him even if they're critical of his policies.
The Knight First Amendment Institute sued the president on behalf of seven block users in July 2017 and a US district court judge agreed with the plaintiff In her ruling, she decided Trump's Twitter is a designated public forum meaning user's commentary toward it is subject to First Amendment protections.
Amazon has rolled out a new feature called Amazon Map Tracking to everyone in the US.
If a package is being delivered by Amazon The feature will give you real time information as to where the package is.
You'll also see where the delivery truck is and how many stops away your driver is in delivering your package.
Finally, according to Venture Beat, Epic Games, the makers of the battle royale hit Fortnight will drop $100 million in prizes into Fortnight esports tournaments.
During the 2018, 2019 E Sports season.
Last year the top 10 games gave out just out over $91 million combined.
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