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Facebook admits harvesting 1.5 million people’s email contacts without consent
To continue using Facebook, you’ll need to confirm your email address
YouTube algorithm adds 9/11 explainer to Notre Dame fire video
YouTube removed the ‘knowledge panels’ after criticism, leading some to wonder how they would stop it from happening aga...
Hacked Twitter of Swedish party writes anti-Muslim post
Racist message reading ‘One like = one dead Muslim’ was posted from hacked Social Democratic Party’s Twitter account.
The fake news ‘surge’ in hate crimes
According to the FBI, “hate crimes” are on the rise.
The New York Post Inspires Boycott With 9/11 Photo and Ilhan Omar Quote
The tabloid featured the burning World Trade Center towers and a partial quote from Representative Omar on a cover that ...
Media reluctant to label far-right as terrorist: report
Study reveals Muslim extremists 3 times more likely to be called terrorist than far-right extremists
Racist and anti-Semitic Comments Flooded YouTube Livestream Of Congressional Hearing On White N...
YouTube was forced to disable comments on a livestream of a House Judiciary hearing on hate crimes and white nationalism...
Far right dominates online political debate, study finds
Online political discussion has been hijacked by fringe populist groups according to new research
Singapore to introduce anti-fake news law, allowing removal of articles
Press freedom concerns over law that will allow authorities to remove articles that breach government guidelines
US hackers helped UAE spy on Al Jazeera chairman: Reuters
Reuters investigation finds American hackers helped UAE spy on BBC host, Al Jazeera chairman and Arab journalists.
BBC apologizes to Poroshenko, pays him $209,872
The apology concerns the information, which stated that Poroshenko paid money for meeting with Trump
Facebook charged with housing discrimination in targeted ads
US government says company is breaking the law by restricting who can view housing-related ads based on their ‘race, col...
Google fined €1.49bn by EU for advertising violations
Tech company has been fined €8.24bn by EU commission over past two years
UK media fail to call NZ shootings as terror attack
U.K.´s well-known broadcasting corporation BBC and Daily Mirror came under fire as they did not name the New Zealand mos...
New Zealand mosque massacre fueled by social media hate speech
The mass murder of Muslims in two istchurch, New Zealand mosques today serves as a grim reminder of the dangers of unche...
Were Facebook and Twitter partners in New Zeealand massacre?
Social media giants Twitter and Facebook have responded to criticism in the wake of Friday’s mass shootings at mosques i...
Australia Aboriginals win right to sue for colonial land loss
The ruling in favour of the Ngaliwurru and Nungali groups paves the way for billions of dollars in compensation.
Swiss media slammed for ´inaccurate´ reporting
Netizens say news outlets misleadingly used photos of Turkish Airlines aircraft when reporting on Boeing crash in Ethiop...
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