Most of the fevered talk about Reddit’s new content rules has focused on its half-hearted burying of offensive material.
Art from New Media Rights writes, “We spend our time working with online video creators on fair use, so we created The Fair Use App. We filtered down our experiences working with video creators to create an app that can help them better understand:”
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Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao wrote in an op-ed for the ‘Washington Post’ that free speech has given way to letting users silence others with hateful speech. The trolls are winning Reddit: This isn’t an easy problem to solve.
This is the point where you can stop pretending you’ve never heard of Pornhub. It’s the Facebook of the adult world, ubiquitous and all-conquering. Its brands deliver epic Web traffic, claiming 60 million unique users a day. Note: From here on, all links in this post should be considered NSFW. Emilia Clarke warns: Here be porny dragons…
The FBI has announced the shutdown of what it calls “a major computer hacker forum” that went by the name of Darkode
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