This Week In Censorship
After Charlottesville, debate over how companies should deal with hate speech is growing. Here are just a few of the pieces that addressed the topic this week.
As white supremacists take to the streets, social media companies have begun to deny them a platform online.
In this week’s Takedown, major platforms form an anti-terrorism agreement, while Twitter gets heavy-handed on copyright infringement.
In this week's Takedown: YouTube apologizes for censoring queer content, while Facebook mistakes anti-terror for terror.
A leak of Facebook's internal rulebook is making waves; meanwhile, users continue to complain about YouTube's advertising policies.
A look at Twitter's latest transparency report and YouTube's new "restricted" mode...and more in this week's Takedown.
This week, we take a look at YouTube's latest restrictions and Twitter's takedown of more than half a million accounts.
The censorship of a Russian media outlet, pirates posting porn, and more in this week's Takedown.
Silicon Valley companies join forces against terrorism, one Chinese's company's quest to take censorship abroad, and more.
In this week's update, we look at new features at Twitter, Facebook's block of a Wikileaks link, and more.