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Activists Track Down Racist Trolls Who Thought They Were Anonymous and Brilliantly Embarrass Them: A Brazilian group is turning racist social media messages into signs everyone can see.
Recently, the Cleveland Plain Dealer announced it had turned off comments on stories about Tamir Rice because "just about every piece we published about Tamir immediately became a cesspool of hateful,...
How to Spot - and Defeat - Disruption on the Internet: The 15 Rules of Web Disruption
Over a number of years, we've found that the most effective way to fight disruption and disinformation is to link to a post such as this one which rounds up disruption techniques, and then to cite the...
Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - September 19 2014: Spying, terrorism, and protest
Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
Coverage of spying, terrorism, and protest. Articles on how the ISIS (Islamic State group) comes to be using American weapons; the U.S. government's secret plans to spy for American corporations; the ...
Why is everyone on the Internet so angry
A perfect storm engenders online rudeness, including virtual anonymity and thus a lack of accountability, physical distance and the medium of writing.