After police arrested 31 members of Patriot Front in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, this weekend, the extreme-right sprang to their defense.
Peaceful activists have been camping out near homes of Supreme Court justices in protest over Roe v. Wade. Meanwhile, the far-right is calling for assassinations of Democrat-appointed judges.
The harassment in the industry is so bad that one ASMRtist now carries a gun to protect herself. Others simply quit.
Failings in justice systems and online moderation have allowed content creators to take things into their own hands in front of millions. And sometimes they get things wrong.
The companies said that the regulations could curtail free speech and criminalize innocent acts in the city.
"I mean, they broke into the Capitol building. If they wanted to, I'm sure that they could break into where I live."
Women have been stalked, harassed and even had their nudes and personal information sold to other men.
Women’s rights advocate Julie Lalonde was told she should die, while a 'Washington Post' reporter has been suspended from her job.
After a Muslim activist helped convince a Winnipeg art gallery to not offer a space to the People’s Party of Canada, the riding association doxxed him and called him a terrorist.
In a world where personal data can be used as a weapon by harassers and hackers, the risk of attending E3 has gone way up.
With E3's relevance increasingly in doubt, the ESA managed to destroy its reputation and its fitness to host a media event in one fell swoop.
Roslyn Talusan didn’t think her thread on Grande would result in days of harassment, doxxing, and death threats.