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Twitter quietly introduced a new, temporary, punishment for people who tweet potentially abusive things.
A rough timeline of how Yiannopoulos went from a breakthrough moment to just the opposite in a matter of days.
Disney and YouTube cut some of their business ties with YouTube’s biggest star earlier this week.
A new Chrome extension intercepts your Facebook likes and chooses a random emotional reaction instead.
Celebrities have flame wars, too.
For those of us who spend a lot of time on the Internet, there will be the occasional urge to simply disappear.
Twitter is trying to do more to fix its long-standing problem with harassment and abuse.
Trump’s opponents are falling for conspiracy theories, hoaxes and misinformation.
Like pretty much any viral topic on the Internet in 2017, weekend’s news was almost unrecognizable, bubble to bubble.
Rape cases have expiration dates that vary across states and create pressure to move quickly.