Employees Quit In Protest of Social Media’s Lax Attitude Toward Hate Speech

Pertinent news today from the world of Big Tech.

We’ve been seeing recently how social media platforms have been taking a stronger stance against those engaging in hate speech, like Tony Ortega’s hysterical hate pal who found himself temporarily banned from Twitter for his bigotry. 

Twitter has also taken admirable steps in the

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Hate and Bigotry

We live in a country besieged by religious intolerance. We read about it daily in the national headlines, see it again and again on the nightly news. Indeed, according to an FBI report, hate crimes have risen yet again, marking a third straight year of rises (up 17 percent.) Tellingly, one

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It Can Happen Again

Sometime during the late night hours between the 9th and 10th of November, 1938, shards of broken glass littered the streets after the windows of Jewish-owned stores, buildings, and synagogues were destroyed by Nazis in a pogrom against Jews throughout. It was a night that was to become known as Kristallnacht, or Night of Broken

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Hate Don’t Sell like it Used To

Following politics these days can be a tiring affair. Every day it seems the media reports a ‘new low’ for the nation, the latest breathtaking scandal. It may be that there is much to be looked into with regard to these scandals but the way the media incessantly ring the alarm bells day in and

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