Kelly Weill

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YouTube drew criticism for not removing right-wing commentator Steven Crowder’s videos from its platform.

YouTube says it will take down videos from extremist groups, but hate speech by individuals gets a pass?

YouTube drew criticism for not removing right-wing commentator Steven Crowder’s videos from its platform.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Anonymous edits to Wikipedia pages that deal with the New York Police Department have been traced to computers on NYPD servers.

NYPD Edited Controversial Wikipedia Pages

Anonymous edits to Wikipedia pages that deal with the New York Police Department have been traced to computers on NYPD servers.

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