By their refusal to sign onto an international agreement to stamp out hate speech and extremism online, the Trump administration has blessed the actions of their most ardent "very fine" supporters. At what cost?
Shireen Mitchell and Angelo Carusone remind us of the white supremacy on FB that led us to this point, and why it is still not enough to simply ban individuals.
Shireen Mitchell and Angelo Carusone join Joy Reid to discuss how much farther Facebook and other tech companies need to go to avoid the harm Russia and white supremacy did in 2016 and 2018.
James O'Keefe's protégé is a trifle upset at being banned from Facebook. Get out your tiny violin.
Red states have more bullets. Promoting violence much?
And what the "What's App" founder had to say is definitely going to leave a mark.
Isn't it ironic? - Alanis Morisette
How To Say ‘I’m Sorry,’ Whether You’ve Appeared In A Racist Photo, Harassed Women Or Just Plain Screwed Up
Gov. Ralph Northam has fumbled his apology.
It's now inevitable that social media be regulated. A Canadian weighs in.
The real 'crime' here is that dark money political disinformation campaigns are not illegal and the platforms remain unregulated.
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