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“If Vladimir Putin is using Facebook or Google or Twitter to, in effect, destroy our democracy, the American people should know about it,” Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D) said Monday.
Executives from Facebook, Twitter and Google have been asked to testify about Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election before a House of Representatives panel.
Social media users slammed the "Black,” “Caucasian,” "Asian" and "Indian" filters.
The storylines of NBC's hit TV show resonated with viewers across the country.
The Northampton (Mass.) Police Department said it “cannot overlook the fact that this program may be received differently by some members of our community.”
PewDiePie’s channel has more than 53 million followers and 14 billion video views.
"I love what social media has done for our industry," President and CEO at Marriott International Arne Sorenson said.
The West Virginia high school teacher has been suspended for her racist Twitter rants.
"Inclusion training," but no other specific action, to be given to astoundingly white male leadership team.
"Hopefully the Muslims will eliminate him and mooshelle as queers," a Tennessee deputy director wrote on Facebook.
A University of Oklahoma student involved in messages sent from “Daddy Trump” obtained contact info from a private University of Pennsylvania Facebook group.
The image, which has been proven to be fake, shows an immigration officer supposedly arresting an immigrant who is trying to vote.
University of Wisconsin-Madison said the Halloween costume was “repugnant” but “was an exercise of the individual’s right to free speech.”
Government agencies used counterterrorism tactics to survey BLM protests, violating First and Fourth Amendment rights, according to the lawsuit.
Delta Air Lines' lack of diversity in senior leadership may allow for a culture of bias.
Police received real time special access from Geofeedia, a social media surveillance vendor, to social media feeds during the periods of unrest.
Fellow Republicans have called on Dan Johnson to drop out of the race after numerous racially charged Facebook posts — but he vowed to "make Kentucky great again."
Sunday's debate was the most tweeted-about in debate in history, a Twitter spokesman said.
Racist posters, many of which are Trump supporters, use code words for Blacks, Mexicans, Muslims and Jews to avoid censorship.
"As Dr. Martin Luther King said, 'There comes a time when silence is betrayal.' I won't be silent."
AP investigation finds messages that “were overtly racially charged, supportive of violent actions, or broadly hostile to Muslims.”
Smoochr, an app for Black singles, has received massive backlash on Twitter for reinforcing racial stereotypes and focusing on hair texture and lip size as criteria for dates.
PwC’s new U.S. chairman launched company-wide discussion on race, buoyed by his desire to comfort employees and in the process bolster engagement, recruitment.