The artist who made this week's first Zuckerberg deepfake made another, in protest of the platform supressing his work.
My years-long journey to the top of Reddit's karma leaderboards has only made me feel more alone.
Minds is home to neo-Nazis, and wants its users to help decide what content stays on the site.
Google saw an issue with moderating the Christchurch terrorist’s so-called manifesto in part because of its length, telling moderators to mark potential copies or sections as “Terrorist Content” if they were unsure.
“Tune” is an app that uses machine learning to filter what it thinks is “toxic” content, but it’s far from perfect.
Users have been sharing their innocuous posts that have been deemed #TooSexyForTumblr.
Moderating billions of posts a week in more than a hundred languages has become Facebook’s biggest challenge. Leaked documents and nearly two dozen interviews show how the company hopes to solve it.
It's been called shadow banning, toading, being "sent to coventry," and ghost banning—but where did it actually start?