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James Vincent / The Verge:
Four European Wikipedia sites are blocking access and directing users to contact their EU representatives on March 21 to protest the copyright directive   —  Sites including Reddit, Twitch, and PornHub are also encouraging users in the EU to contact local politicians
Mar 21, 2019, 9:20 AM - In context

Charlie Warzel / New York Times:
Instead of focusing only on moderation, the debate around New Zealand massacre should look at how platforms incentivize and provide infrastructure for extremism   —  It's time for a real conversation about the infrastructure and incentives that Big Tech provides far-right extremists.
Mar 19, 2019, 3:15 PM - In context

Inside YouTube's efforts to shut down uploads, coming as quickly as 1 per second, of the Christchurch shooting as uploaders managed to evade its detection tools   —  SAN FRANCISCO — As a grisly video recorded by the alleged perpetrator of Friday's bloody massacres at two New Zealand mosques played …
Mar 18, 2019, 10:00 AM - In context

Shelley Hepworth / Columbia Journalism Review:
How Australian journalists covered the years-long child sex abuse investigation of George Pell and his subsequent trials amid court suppression orders   —  In February 2016, Lucie Morris-Marr broke news of a police probe into allegations that Australia's Cardinal George Pell …
Mar 17, 2019, 5:05 AM - In context

Mathew Ingram / Columbia Journalism Review:
Helping people examine killers' motives could help defuse radicalization, but the press has a responsibility not to pour gasoline on a roaring blaze of racism   —  Mass shootings have a way of making the theoretical talk about Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube and their role in spreading hate all too real.
Mar 16, 2019, 5:35 AM - In context

Mark Di Stefano / BuzzFeed:
As social media platforms struggle to remove the NZ shooter's video, the Sun and Daily Mirror ran edited footage and Mail Online published the manifesto as well   —  Other British news outlets, The Sun and The Mirror, featured the attacker's first-person video, including in GIF form on the homepages of their websites.
Mar 15, 2019, 7:40 AM - In context

Alfred Ng / CNET:
Alphabet's Jigsaw releases Tune, a Chrome extension that filters out “toxic” comments on Reddit, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Disqus using its Perspective AI   —  The comments sections of websites bring out the best and worst of the internet — engaging insights are often found right next to enraging insults.
Mar 12, 2019, 5:05 PM - In context

Interview with Dan Porter, CEO of the sports media company Overtime, on why owning distribution doesn't matter, revenue sources, and fostering user communities   —  Don't listen to the conventional wisdom about relying on Instagram or Snapchat, Porter says — just go where your audience is.
Mar 9, 2019, 6:15 PM - In context

Ben Collins / NBC News:
On Amazon, a book pushing QAnon conspiracy theories climbs the charts, aided by Amazon's algorithmically generated recommendations   —  The book is currently No. 9 in all books about politics and No. 1 in all books about “Censorship,” one slot ahead of Ray Bradbury's “Farhenheit 451,”
Mar 5, 2019, 1:20 AM - In context

Amanda Kooser / CNET:
Reddit is testing tipping users starting with a single user, shittymorph; the user, Reddit, and card processor Stripe receive 78.5%, 18.5%, and 3%, respectively   —  Enlarge Image  —  Reddit has several ways you can express your appreciation of a good post or comment.
Mar 3, 2019, 7:25 AM - In context




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