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10.7.19

Most Deepfakes Are Used for Creating Non-Consensual Porn, Not Fake News

A new study examined thousands of deepfake videos posted online.

9.5.19

The Games Industry Is Wrestling With Multiple New Allegations of Abuse

As more accusations roll through, so do more responses from the people being accused of misconduct.

9.3.19

‘Night in the Woods’ Developer Alec Holowka Dies

The game creator had recently been accused of sexual abuse.

8.1.19

This Study Reveals Some Embarrassing Truths About Dick Pic Senders

We spoke to the lead researcher on the first empirical study into unsolicited dick pics.

7.16.19

The One Company I Gave My Address To Won’t Delete It

I get packages delivered to friends and don’t have my name on my doorbell. But all of my work may have been undermined by a cheap mattress.

7.1.19

Facebook's First 'Civil Rights Audit' Is the First Step in Climbing Everest

Facebook's Civil Rights Audit, published on Sunday, recommends the platform also ban implicit forms of white nationalism.

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6.5.19

YouTube Miserably Fails to Explain Why It Didn’t Ban Steven Crowder

The platform has rolled out a series of confusing tweets and background statements about Steven Crowder's antagonism of Vox's Carlos Maza.

6.5.19

YouTube Is Finally Banning Nazis, Holocaust Denial, and Sandy Hook Truthers

YouTube says it will “remove content denying that well-documented violent events took place.”

4.29.19

This Writer Challenged Ariana Grande. Then Her Stans Attacked

Roslyn Talusan didn’t think her thread on Grande would result in days of harassment, doxxing, and death threats.

4.15.19

At Flaunt Magazine, a “progressive” workplace meant unwanted groping and kissing, lawsuit says

A new lawsuit accuses the magazine's CEO and editor-in-chief of harassment.

11.16.18

These workers led a campaign to expose a “toxic” restaurant chain

Two executives have been removed at Winnipeg's Stella's after a deluge of harassment complaints surfaced on social media.

9.19.18

Ariana Grande, Mac Miller, and Why We Blame Women for Male Substance Abuse

Blaming a woman for her partner's self-harm isn't just cruel, it's symptomatic of our culture's biggest problems.

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