Post Profile






New German Law: Fines Up to $57 Million for Social Media Thought Crime

Defeating the Wehrmacht was hard enough. Rooting out the authoritarian mentality that gave birth to it does not seem possible. Possibly as part of its campaign to crush resistance to
read more

share

Related Posts


Social Media Pushes Mississippi DA to Charge Hate Crime After Gay Man Brutally Beaten at Walmart

News / Independent News : AlterNet

The man's abusers called him gay slurs during the incident. A social media campaign has urged the District Attorney in Corinth to investigate a possible hate crime after a gay man was brutally beaten at a Mississippi Walmart. Corint...

Stop Resisting

News : Reason

A judge in Angelina County, Texas, sentenced a mentally disabled man to 30 days in jail and a $500 fine after he was convicted of resisting arrest. Police had gone to Marco Sauceda's home after a neighbor called to report a possible...

Social media pushes Miss. DA to charge hate crime after gay man called ‘fggot,’ beaten at Walmart

News : The Raw Story

A social media campaign has urged the District Attorney in Corinth to investigate a possible hate crime after a gay man was brutally beaten at a Mississippi Walmart. Corinth Police Chief Ralph Dance, 26, told WTVA that 23-year-old J...

Oops? Trump retweets critic saying 'he's a fascist'

US Politics / Liberal : SFGate: Politics

Trump seems to have been trying to draw attention to a Fox & Friends article on a possible presidential pardon for former Phoenix-area Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, who was convicted of a crime for ignoring a U.S. court order to stop traffic...

Germany tells social media companies to erase hate — or face fines up to $57 million

News : BlogPost

BERLIN — Social media companies will face stiff penalties under a new German law for failing to swiftly remove hateful content. The measure, which cleared Germany’s Parliament on Friday, stipulates fines of up to $57 million if comp...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC