Thursday, August 17, 2017
Tech companies become aggressive in kicking out hate groups
Many more tech companies are suddenly trying to remove hate groups from their services, as explained tonight on NBC Nightly News. An important example was Google Play’s banning of Gab from downloading.
Ars Technica, in an article by David Kravets, explains how private companies can refuse service to certain customers in public accommodations based on the ideology of the consumers or, in tech users.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the ACLU now is changing its policy on defending hate groups.