Cyberculture agenda: Tech giants against hate speech under new EU rules… Twitter criticized for removing parody Putin account….

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union reached an agreement Tuesday with some of the world’s biggest social media firms, including Facebook and Twitter, on ways to combat the spread of hate speech online.

Russian social media users are up in arms over the removal of an account parodying President Vladimir Putin, as well as many others, such as:
The return to a simpler, uglier web

brutalist websites

Pascal Deville loves “beautiful atrocities”—websites that could be described asintentionally brutalist were they not mostly just ugh. Fast Company interviewed him on his love of rough design, strangely compelling as it is in the age of bloated, broken, but very pretty websites


Facebook, Twitter and other Silicon Valley giants agree to new hate speech rules

Some of the world’s largest technology companies have agreed to new EU regulations that mean they will have to take down hate speech within 24 hours of it being posted to their platforms.

How the Top 5 PC Makers Open Your Laptop to Hackers

How the Top 5 PC Makers Open Your Laptop to Hackers

Top software makers put a lot of effort into securing the updates they send to your devices. But it turns out the top hardware makers aren’t so careful

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