A New Zealand shooting video hit YouTube every second this weekend

In the 24 hours after the mass shooting in New Zealand on Friday, YouTube raced to remove videos that were uploaded as fast as one per second, reports The Washington Post. While the company will not say how many videos it removed, it joined Facebook,...

Facebook pulled over 1.5 million videos of New Zealand shooting

Internet giants have been racing to pull copies of the New Zealand mass shooter's video from their sites, and Facebook is illustrating just how difficult that task has been. Facebook New Zealand's Mia Garlick has revealed that the social network rem...

Slack removed 28 accounts with ties to hate groups

Today, Slack removed 28 accounts because of their "clear affiliation with known hate groups." The news comes shortly after the media organization Unicorn Riot leaked Slack messages by the group Identity Evropa. Both the Anti-Defamation League and the...

Kate Gosselin Gets Nastily insulted by Ex-Husband Jon Gosselin


He used to be king of Reality TV. Jon Gosselin along with his wife Kate and their eight children had their very own show. Called Jon & Kate Plus 8, this series was the favorite of the masses who...
    






Will The U.S. Supreme Court Protect The First Amendment Rights Of Colorado Bakeries?


My dad ran a small bakery and I spent thousands of hours working there, baking, selling, delivering, sometimes even decorating cakes and other pastries. To him, the work was not just professional,...
    






NSA Foiled Muslim Radicals by Spying on Their Online Porn Habits


While spying is often seen as a negative usage of the law, there is apparently some good it might do as well. Take the case of the NSA which has been guilty of snooping around in matters which do not...

Facebook to Update Policy After Hate Speech and Advertisers Backlash


Facebook may have gone too far in its social networking project. The site is under attack from everyone now ranging from women groups, minorities and advertisement companies. According to BBC News,...