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Facebook Disinformation

How Real Activists Learned Facebook Was Deleting Their Protest Page for ‘Inauthentic Behavior’

Facebook’s definition of "authentic" is complicated because disinformation campaigns are complicated.
Sarah Emerson
8.3.18
facebook elections

These Are the Pages Facebook Says Are Part of a ‘Coordinated’ Effort to Influence the Midterm Elections

Facebook has removed 32 accounts and pages for “inauthentic behavior” tied to the “Unite the Right 2" rally next month in Washington, DC.
Sarah Emerson
7.31.18
Facebook Propaganda

Facebook Deletes Hundreds of Accounts Controlled By Russian Propagandists

It took Facebook "months" to identify Internet Research Agency activity on the website.
Sarah Emerson
4.3.18
The VICE Guide to Finance

Your 401(k) Is Kinda Bullshit

It's certainly better than nothing, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't start demanding better.
Allie Conti
11.27.17
Broadly

New Novel Explores Queer Life and Terrorism in 1990s Greece

When Cara Hoffman started writing 'Running,' she couldn't predict its parallels to politics today.
Mitchell Sunderland
3.2.17
Stuff

​Former Extremists Tell Us How and Why They Left Fanaticism Behind

We spoke to men who fought for the Irish Republican Army and Ulster Volunteer Force, a former National Front member, and a man who was once involved in violent jihad.
Nick Chester
6.3.16
FIGHTLAND

Irish Republican Army Faction Claims Responsibility for Dublin Boxing Shooting

Boxing gets caught in the crossfire of convoluted Irish gang wars.
Josh Rosenblatt
2.8.16
News

Everything We Know So Far About the Collapse of Northern Ireland's Government

Accusations that the IRA still exists, and are still murdering people, have thrown Northern Ireland's leadership into turmoil.
David Gilmour
9.17.15
Stuff

How to Invest Money When You Don't Have Any

My quest to learn about finance as an ignorant twentysomething.
Allie Conti
9.10.15
Photo

Photos from the Northern Irish Tour That Led Up to 1992's Coalisland Riots

Stuart Griffiths was posted to County Tyrone as a military photographer. Some weeks into the tour, a young British soldier lost both his legs to an IRA explosive device, triggering the Coalisland riots.
Stuart Griffiths
6.23.15
Stuff

Remembering Hulme: Manchester's Scruffy Squat Party Republic

In the 1980s and 90s, Europe's worst housing estate became a bohemian paradise for ravers and punks.
Mof Gimmers
2.17.15
celtic fc

Palestine, the IRA, and a Soccer Team's Solidarity

Scotland's most successful soccer club has a long history of supporting Palestine. The roots of that solidarity go back to the nation's defining struggle.
Raphael Gellar
2.9.15
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