Uber filed a click-fraud lawsuit Monday that could have big implications for the world of digital advertising.
The app-based taxi company is suing Fetch Media over allegations that the.. Business Insider
Pepe the Frog will no longer be a go-to symbol for the white supremacist far right, if creator Matt Furie has his way. Motherboard reports that Furie’s legal representatives have sent DMCA takedown.. The Verge
A right-wing conservative Congressman from California has called the violent event in Charlottesville, Virginia, a “total hoax” perpetrated by liberals.
A right-wing conservative Congressman.. Source: Geo Beats -
*• US consumers are calling on private businesses to take a political stance.*
*•David Mayer, a management professor at the University of Michigan, says this could be a good thing.*
*• It's.. Business Insider
One of the most prominent social media sites in the far-right community may be kicked off its domain in the next week over violating hate speech rules.
Early on Monday, the social media chat site.. Business Insider
Watch VideoA group of supporters of President Donald Trump gathered on Washington, D.C.'s National Mall for an event they dubbed "The Mother of All Rallies."
Organizers said "rally participants will.. Newsy
As the University of Florida prepares to allow white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak on its campus, experts said the school is making the legally correct decision, even as other colleges hold firm.. Raw Story
With the memory of Charlottesville still fresh in everyone's mind, Richmond Police have announced that they’re planning to impose strict security measures – including a temporary “weapons ban”.. Zero Hedge
Watch VideoFacebook's advertising program has garnered criticism yet again. This time it's because a ProPublica report found the company let advertisers pay to target people who searched terms like.. Newsy
President Donald Trump signed a resolution Thursday condemning white supremacists and hate groups, hours after reviving his assertion that there were "bad dudes" among the people who assembled to.. cbs4.com
Facebook is having a rough couple of weeks...
Last week, Democrats and progressives who had once praised the company for promising to eradicate “fake news” on its platform were outraged by.. Zero Hedge
US President Donald Trump has signed into law a resolution condemning white supremacists. Earlier, he reiterated his view that there were "bad dudes" among the people opposing a white nationalist.. Deutsche Welle Also reported by •Newsmax
Watch VideoPresident Trump is still sticking by his comments that both sides were to blame for deadly violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
He defended his earlier.. Newsy
President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a resolution condemning white supremacists and hate groups, hours after reviving his assertion that there were "bad dudes" among the people who assembled to.. FOXNews.com
American Recordings and Universal Music Group (UMG) currently owns the recordings of Johnny Cash — they’re going after white supremacist site Stormfront for using The Man in Black’s music... Raw Story Also reported by •Billboard.com
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday revived his assertions that he thought there were "bad dudes" among the people who assembled to oppose a white nationalist protest in Charlottesville, Va., last.. CBC.ca Also reported by •Seattle Times
Show producers received a cease-and-desist notice from Universal Music Group and American Recordings telling them to stop using Cash's cover of the Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne song "I Won't Back Down." NPR
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In a Thursday, September 14th article from The Hill titled “Antifa activists say violence is necessary“, author Katie Bo Williams discussed.. Zero Hedge