Extremism

09.18.19
Congress plans to investigate how social media giants are fighting hate
09.18.19

Congress plans to investigate how social media giants are fighting hate

House lawmakers are planning legislation to probe tech giants.

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08.25.19
Australia will block domains with extremist material during terror attacks
08.25.19

Australia will block domains with extremist material during terror attacks

There are many questions about how (and if) it will work.

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08.07.19
White House invites tech companies to discuss violent online extremism
08.07.19

White House invites tech companies to discuss violent online extremism

Trump may not attend.

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08.06.19
House committee asks 8chan owner to testify over extremist content
08.06.19

House committee asks 8chan owner to testify over extremist content

It wants to know what the site does to fight extremist material.

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07.17.19
Anti-Brexit RPG ‘Not Tonight’ is coming to Switch
07.17.19

Anti-Brexit RPG ‘Not Tonight’ is coming to Switch

Test your morals in an alternate-reality Britain ruled by an extreme right-wing government.

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06.26.19
Canada reveals measures to tackle online extremism
06.26.19

Canada reveals measures to tackle online extremism

It's working with the likes of Facebook and Google on a youth summit.

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04.19.19
Christchurch shooting videos are still on Facebook over a month later
04.19.19

Christchurch shooting videos are still on Facebook over a month later

They illustrate the limits of anti-extremist filtering on the internet.

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04.18.19
EU law could fine sites for not removing terrorist content within an hour
04.18.19

EU law could fine sites for not removing terrorist content within an hour

Critics say it’s a watered-down version of the EU’s original proposal.

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03.30.19
Australian bill could imprison social network execs over violent content
03.30.19

Australian bill could imprison social network execs over violent content

It could also fine companies up to 10 percent of their yearly turnover.

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