It’s easier to find meaning in fiction than in the senseless mass killings of our reality, which seem to render the critical perspective pointless, even silly, at times.
As Facebook has become more active at moderating political speech, it has had trouble dealing with satire.
Human rights groups and activists have spent years urging the companies to do more to remove content that encouraged violence.
The 1978 novel, which Amazon recently removed from its site, depicts a right-wing assault on the Capitol. Scholars say the parallels with last week’s insurrection are clear and chilling.
The actions followed the barring of President Trump from the service last week, as Twitter has moved to distance itself from violent content.
Big tech companies now exert huge influence over what stories get told. The message is clear: Be careful who you offend.
The game’s cultlike following in Afghanistan inhabits a real-life version of its violent virtual reality.
The award-winning film director on the role of artists in a time of widespread unrest, and how film can help hold police to account.
The actor, who plays Kwame on the HBO show, discusses assumptions about sexual assault, his character’s survival mechanisms and why the show needs room to breathe.
A complaint to the Federal Trade Commission by a parent and two advocacy groups says the company “attracts, encourages and facilitates mass shooters.”