The Microsoft Support Community is currently experiencing some issues. Learn More. We're working hard to restore those posts. In the meantime, if you have an urgent issue, please post again. Iaaue 1 is that I can use the Speech Recognition fine to dictate to my PC and for quicker typing in Word or other documenting software but my PC does not understand me properly and puts the wrong words in the wrong sentences which makes typing a lot faster. I have tried using several different suggested techniques to try to resolve my problem but have not had any luck.
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The termination of Daniel Pollack-Pelzner could set a precedent that would eviscerate the foundational principles of both free speech and faculty governance, argues David Palumbo-Liu. The case of Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, a noted Shakespearean scholar and, until recently, the Ronni Lacroute Chair in Shakespeare Studies at Linfield University, has quickly drawn attention to how a university administration and its Board of Trustees can feel entitled to bypass due process and substitute for it corporate protocols that even as such seem ethically problematic. These questions cut to the heart of the educational mission. In this case, the relationship between these obligations is entirely skewed. Linfield has denied Pollack-Pelzner a hearing, it has denied him due process and it has denied him the right to appeal.
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Voiced by Amazon Polly. LONDON — Britain's defenders of free speech are up in arms and ready for a fight over plans to regulate online content. The Online Safety Bill coming to parliament later this year is a far-reaching effort to clamp down on harmful and illegal forms of online speech, from child exploitation to terrorist propaganda. But as the date draws nearer, senior MPs from Boris Johnson's ruling Conservative Party are sharpening their knives to potentially carve up the bill, which also covers woolier legal areas like misinformation, in the name of free speech.