Man Arrested with Grenade Launcher, Over a Dozen Firearms, and White Supremacist Propaganda
Police were originally responding to the scene of a car accident.
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s ‘Objectively True Information’ About Mass Shootings Is Worthless
The celebrity scientist took to Twitter to remind everyone that people die all the time, diminishing the tragedy of the weekend's mass shootings.
Twitter Has Started Researching Whether White Supremacists Belong on Twitter
"Is it the right approach to deplatform these individuals? Is the right approach to try and engage with these individuals? How should we be thinking about this? What actually works?"
Twitch Flooded with Streams of 'Game of Thrones', Porn, and the Christchurch Attack Video
After no one watched streams for Valve-created game Artifact, some users started their own meme streams. Then other content seeped in.
A Popular YouTuber Read the Christchurch ‘Manifesto’ to Half a Million Subscribers
YouTube left the video online for over two days, allowing it to generate tens of thousands of views and spread to other channels.
Understanding the Alt-Right's Growing Fascination with 'Eco-Fascism'
In his 74-page so-called manifesto, the Christchurch shooter described himself as an 'eco-fascist'. What is it?
Police Arrest a Man Who Praised the New Zealand Attacks Online: 'There Is a War Brewing'
It's the fifth arrest in a small town in New York State.
Twitter and YouTube Won’t Commit to Ban White Nationalism After Facebook Makes Policy Switch
Following a Motherboard investigation, Facebook banned white nationalism and white separatism. But Twitter and YouTube, two platforms with their own nationalism problems, won’t commit to following Facebook’s lead.
Facebook Bans White Nationalism and White Separatism
After a civil rights backlash, Facebook will now treat white nationalism and separatism the same as white supremacy, and will direct users who try to post that content to a nonprofit that helps people leave hate groups.
Internal Google Email Says Moderating Christchurch Manifesto ‘Particularly Challenging’
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.
New Zealand terror
How Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Failed to Keep Gruesome Mosque Shooting Video from Going Viral
Facebook's much-vaunted artificial intelligence systems and human monitors did not stop it. A call from the police did.
Decoding the Racist Memes the New Zealand Shooter Used to Communicate
An online culture steeped in coded language and obscure historical references connects Christchurch with Pittsburgh and Charlottesville.