A man’s death in the Netherlands last month after an attack by a group of teenagers has prompted the authorities to clamp down on vigilantism.
Federal prosecutors said the Staten Island man cited the reactionary anti-government novel “The Turner Diaries.”
Now, state party leaders are looking to replace the representative-elect, Aaron Coleman.
F-Factor, the high-fiber diet beloved by the wealthy and by influencers, has sustained damage from a relentless assault, the lawsuit claims.
India’s ruling Hindu nationalists are scapegoating the Hindi film industry to distract the country from Narendra Modi’s failure to control the pandemic.
“People are basically good” was eBay’s founding principle. But in the deranged summer of 2019, prosecutors say, a campaign to terrorize a blogger crawled out of a dark place in the corporate soul.
The country’s extensive response has been praised around the world but has led to harassment and slander, raising questions about privacy protections.
Aaron Coleman defeated a seven-term incumbent for a state House seat by 14 votes, alarming Democrats who worry he will hurt other candidates in the general election.
Explaining the “big tent conspiracy theory” that falsely claims that President Trump is facing down a shadowy cabal of Democratic pedophiles.
Physicians say they regularly treat people more inclined to believe what they read on Facebook than what a medical professional tells them.
The call from 20 state officials adds to the rising pressure facing Mark Zuckerberg and his company.
Yair Netanyahu tweeted the addresses and phone numbers of three men who led protests against his father’s administration. All three said they later received death threats.
Japan’s heartwarming reality TV hit ended in tragedy when the participant Hana Kimura killed herself after a wave of online abuse. But “Terrace House” was always more complicated than it appeared.
The internet is changing, and the freewheeling, anything-goes culture of social media is being replaced by something more accountable.
The influential pro-Trump community broke the rules on harassment and targeting, said Reddit, which also banned other groups.
After more than 70 allegations surfaced on Twitter this weekend, gaming companies and streamers responded with action. Some say it’s the beginning of real change in the industry.
Shows of support from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube don’t address the way those platforms have been weaponized by racists and partisan provocateurs.
Peter Fratus sent the emails to Commissioner Danielle Outlaw, who is African-American, amid some of the largest protests over the death of George Floyd, a criminal complaint said.
A news organization is not a public square any more than Facebook or Twitter is.
While many in the country abhor the kind of harassment Hana Kimura endured before her apparent suicide, some warn that cracking down on it could also chill rising internet activism.
Inside the company, one faction wanted Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s chief, to take a hard line against the president’s tweets while another urged him to remain hands-off.
President Trump’s taking aim at Twitter for fact-checking his tweets is part of a long tradition upheld by aggrieved internet trolls. The stakes are high.
Section 230, from a 1996 federal law, was meant to protect young internet companies from liability. Lawmakers have threatened to change it.
The social media platform finally decided on Tuesday not to let the president behave with impunity.
After the social media company labeled two of the president’s tweets as inaccurate on Tuesday, his adherents pounced.
“I am an artist, not a Satanist,” the performance artist said after an online outcry prompted Microsoft to take down a video of her. It’s not the first time she’s faced the accusation.
Dropbox privately paid top hackers to find bugs in software by the videoconferencing company Zoom, then pressed it to fix them.
Here’s how to record abuse without being discovered, safeguard your devices, and, ultimately, protect yourself.
When the university told my wife about the sexual-harassment complaints against her, we knew they weren’t true. We had no idea how strange the truth really was.
When you’re a black woman in America with a public voice, a trivial math error can lead to a deluge of hate.
Providers who defend vaccines face online death threats and negative reviews from fake patients. Now the staid medical establishment is finally speaking out.