Photo by Eva Blue (Flickr / CC BY) Recently, Reddit’s tried to clean up the self-declared “front page of the Internet,” by banning some high-profile… Read More »Study: Banning hate speech from Reddit actually worked
The past week in tech news has largely centered around the aftermath of the Charlottesville, Virginia counterprotests against neo-Nazis and white supremacists, which saw protester… Read More »The tech industry grapples with hate speech
Recent events with Reddit have made much of how vocally bigoted some of its subreddits are, and how half-heartedly they’ve handled such, often behind the… Read More »Reddit finally shows some backbone, bans some racist subreddits
Reddit, the self-proclaimed “front page of the Internet,” has been under a lot of fire in recent months. Staff turmoil, an interim CEO leaving, and… Read More »Reddit plans to deal with its racist content by… sticking a curtain in front of it?
News recently broke that Amazon’s begun to place a warning in front of its Prime Instant video streaming service’s “Tom and Jerry” shorts. The warnings,… Read More »Amazon places racial stereotype warnings in front of “Tom and Jerry” shorts
While it’s not all about comics/animation, the previous week’s seen plenty of racist, sexist, and homophobic stuff in the media that I feel’s worth remarking… Read More »A week of media racism, sexism, and homophobia: from superheroes to “Duck Dynasty”