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Today, the Simon Wiesenthal is releasing sobering examples and data in its annual Digital Terrorism & Hate report card and online study, which evaluates social media platforms’ policies on online hatred.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated this year’s outcomes with an explosion of hate and lurid conspiracies proliferating across social media channels – led by Telegram – vilifying and threatening Jews, Asian Americans, African Americans, the LGBTQ community, immigrants and other minority groups.
While some social media giants took unprecedented steps to curb misinformation and hate speech
in the past year, too often, those efforts have been strikingly selective, politically tainted, and grossly insufficient in addressing real-time hate and bigotry.
The quick read:
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