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Celebrities join the call for a North Carolina university professor, Mike Adams, to be fired for referring to the state’s governor “Massa Cooper” on Twitter. Adams, a sociology and criminology professor at University of North Carolina Wilmington, tweeted in late May as he dined with six men at a six-seat tableContinue Reading

A leaked email and a closer look at interview footage and quotes point to a move by angry activists to target Michael Moore’s latest film, Planet of Humans, getting it removed from YouTube because, as Smith said he “wasn’t interested in negotiation” and did not agree with its message andContinue Reading

Starbucks has angered a large faction of their customers who are angry that they instituted a ban on employees wearing Black Lives Matter clothing or accessories. The company cited it policy prohibiting political attire or accessories that “advocated a political, religious or personal issue” and said it was necessary “to createContinue Reading

Back in 1994, Magic: The Gathering printed “Invoke Prejudice,” a card that appears to depict a horde of hooded Klansmen. This card, as seen below, and several others, are being “due to its racist depiction, text, or combination thereof. Racism in any form is unacceptable and has no place in ourContinue Reading

Under the pressure of social justice activists, several shows, movies and individuals are under attack for their perceived insensitive content. After 33 years, Paramount ends the popular show Cops, Gone with the Wind was removed by HBO Max from the streaming service and Netflix and the BBC were in lockstep over the decision toContinue Reading

HBO Max’s collection of shorts called “Looney Tunes” cartoons is making national headlines after removing firearms from two of the major characters. Elmer Fudd will no longer carry a rifle and Yosemite Sam will no longer carry pistols. The first short, titled “Dynamite Dance,” may have the feel of oldContinue Reading

Tensions are escalating inside Facebook over the social platform’s laissez-faire approach to the president’s posts. Hundreds of Facebook employees, in rare public criticism on Monday of their own company, protested executives’ decision not to do anything about inflammatory posts that President Trump had placed on the giant social media platformContinue Reading

In his recent Washington Post editorial Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg called for regulation for “harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability.” Zuckerberg’s proposal appears to be part of an effort to set clear oversight principles for the industry and shift the burden for monitoring itself badly, which it does. “However, decidingContinue Reading