Islamophobia Is Absolutely Relentless On Social Media Even As Platforms Crack Down On Other Extremist Groups
“Islamophobia happens to be something that made these companies lots and lots of money,” said one researcher, who added that it keeps people on the platform and available to see ads.
This week we have stories about farts, hackers, and the Hungarian government.
The shooter’s media plan was so comprehensive, and his content spread so quickly, that there was little room for fakes to fill the void.
“Bad enough to have to deal with Russian Ops and the Alt-Right, but now we have to deal with Chinabots as well.”
"Governments used to worry about counterfeiting money; now we have to worry about counterfeiting people."
As stories about the Momo Challenge go viral, we may never know the scale of the phenomenon or who was behind it.
This week we have stories about dog wigs, a bank robber, and a man in a gorilla suit.
Canadians Think The US Is Just As Likely To Try And Influence The Next Election As China, New Poll Says
A new poll also shows Canadians have little or no confidence that social media companies can prevent foreign entities from interfering in the election.
UK committee report calls the company “digital gangsters.”
This week we have stories about polar bears, Elon Musk, and an explosive poop.
This week we have stories about the heart eyes emoji, Tom Brady, and a man who came back to life.
YellowVestGroup.com shows how different actors will target Canadian politics ahead of the fall federal election.
Twitter's own policy states that it doesn't allow “symbols historically associated with hate groups.”
These Chernobyl puppies have spent their lives in a region still grappling with the fallout of Europe’s worst-ever nuclear disaster. But they’re about to start new lives with families in the US and Canada.
This week we have stories about hamburgers, cats, and injected semen.
Social media posts are warning gay men and women to flee from the region.
“I think anybody that goes looking online for a puppy, if you look at more than one or two places, you’re going to run across a fraud site. It’s that bad.”
This was the year of Monster ham, the Gorilla Channel, and a whole lot of anti-immigrant hoaxes.
This week we have stories about the Oscars, Christmas, and sex on a pyramid.
This week we have stories about the French protests, Donald Trump, and a baby born from a dead woman's uterus.