By not censoring hate speech on their sites, social media providers are leaving many communities in danger, the Jewish community included.
These people look uncannily like Adam Sandler.
“We say that the internet is the new KKK hood. It’s the mask people put on to be able to say the hateful things they couldn’t have previously said.”
The social media giant removed the personal, professional and fan accounts of some leading extremists and conspiracy theorists this week.
“It’s clear that these concepts are deeply linked to organized hate groups and have no place on our services,” Facebook said.
“I was their friend, but I guess also a number,” one student, Lee Schwartz, said.
The app was able to monitor almost everything its users did on their phones.
“Sandberg … is too talented an executive to stick around and continue to get blamed for Zuckerberg’s ongoing bungles.”
His net worth may have fallen nearly $20 billion, but he’s still sitting pretty comfortably.
He reposted some of the offensive posts using screenshots, in hopes of finding a loophole within the social media site’s controls.