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Sunday Snarky Snippets ...

Sunday afternoon seems a perfect time to share a bit of snarkiness, don’t you think?  As usual, I didn’t have to look far to find some targets for my sharp tongue. 851 more words

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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday May 23, 2019

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we’re going to try and look past the usual suspects to get at some of the under reported stories in the news this week. 453 more words

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"Hate in America" documentary wins RFK Journalism award


Last year, News 21 – the national yearly investigative reporting project from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism – spent seven and a half months researching, investigating, and documenting hate crime and hate groups in America. 200 more words

Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday April 11, 2019

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we look to the future. Not the type of future with jetpacks and stuff, but the more immediate future about the 2019 Federal Election. 412 more words

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CNET: Facebook, Google to face Congress over spread of white nationalism online

CNET: Facebook, Google to face Congress over spread of white nationalism online. “Facebook and Google are once again headed to Capitol Hill, this time for a grilling from the House Judiciary Committee over the spread of white nationalism on their platforms.”

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Rowan University Students Protest Against A Hate Group on Campus

A large student-run protest that lasted multiple hours on the Glassboro campus of Rowan University started when a hate group began carrying signs with heinous messages and preaching messages like “women belong in the kitchen” and “obey Jesus or hellfire.” 286 more words

Toxicity & Geek Facebook Groups

Facebook landed a bombshell the other day when they announced they would begin banning groups and users that supported white nationalism and separatism. Although Facebook supposedly always restricted hate speech and abuse, they often allowed nationalists and separatists through a loophole, claiming they weren’t necessarily the same as bigotry and amounted to “an important part of people’s identity.” 1,571 more words

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