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Diversity

Google and ProPublica team up to build a national hate crime database

[ad_1] Few things are certain in 2017’s fraught national climate, but hate certainly doesn’t look to be going away. In partnership with ProPublica, Google News Lab is launching a new tool to track hate crimes across America. Powered by machine learning, the Documenting Hate News...

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Digital Ocean and Cloudflare ditch neo-Nazi client, The Daily Stormer

[ad_1] Following the violent far right demonstrations in Charlottesville at the weekend, another two web services companies have terminated their business relationships with the Nazi propaganda website, The Daily Stormer. The Daily Stormer, which spews racist, gender-based and homophobic hate speech on a daily basis, was...

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After Charlottesville, more web service providers ditch The Daily Stormer for TOS violations

[ad_1] The Daily Stormer, a U.S. white supremacist website which self-bills as “The World’s Most Genocidal Republican Website” and includes a discussion board on “Nazi lifestyle”, currently appears to be offline. The companies that usually enable the Nazi propaganda website to stay online have faced a...

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Intel CEO quits Trump’s manufacturing council, calls out the “hate-spawned violence in Charlottesville”

[ad_1] Intel’s CEO is the latest executive to leave one of Trump’s advisory councils in the wake of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, which many felt was inadequately addressed by the president and his administration. In a post on Policy@Intel, the company’s public policy blog,...

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‘Little Mermaid’ actress has something to say to those who have criticized an Asian-American Ariel

[ad_1] When Diana Huey, a Japanese-born actress, accepted a role as Ariel in a the touring production of "The Little Mermaid," some folks were mad.  In conversation with Buffalo News, Huey explains she came across Facebook comments from people discussing the show before a Memphis performance....

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NGOs and nonprofits, apply to exhibit at TechCrunch Disrupt SF’s Startup Alley

[ad_1] Attention nonprofits and NGOs! Apply to showcase in Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt SF on Wednesday, September 20th. In 2014, TechCrunch launched the Include Program to promote diversity within the tech world. As part of this program, TechCrunch invites select nonprofits and NGOs to exhibit...

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