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Twitter finally bans religion-based hate content; MediaNama

  • On July 9, announced that it its rules against hateful conduct will include language that dehumanizes others on the basis of religion.
  • Removing hate content on social media has turned into a sore point for both governments and social media companies as they grapple to find a balance between freedom of speech, and targeting hate speech.
  • When the most powerful country’s president actively denigrates groups of people, on the basis of their religion and ethnicity, online and offline, and the world’s largest democracy’s prime minister stays mum as minorities in his country are lynched, it galvanises fringe (which have now become central) elements in the society.

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