Hate Speech

“They want to destroy safe spaces for queer youth. And we will not let them win,” Emily Chappell, owner of Old Nick’s Pub, told HuffPost.
"We picked out the worst cases we could think of," said Rosie Sharpe, a campaigner at Global Witness. "The ones that ought to be the easiest for Facebook to detect."
The Fox News host spewed a demeaning hot take on the new White House press secretary.
The conspiracy-endorsing Republican drew fierce criticism for her "woke medicine" post about Dr. Rachel Levine, the first U.S. transgender four-star officer.
Many who identify as LGBTQ responded appropriately to the musician's hate speech on Twitter.
The social media giant reportedly will tighten content rules after years of giving politicians relative freedom to post abusive and hateful messages.
After years of looking the other way, Facebook decided its hate speech policy will include a ban on Holocaust denial and distortion.
Facebook software engineer Ashok Chandwaney has publicly quit, accusing the company of violating its core values and of "profiting off hate."
"Knock the crap out of 'em" is not the motto of a peace-loving president.
The TV host responded to the backlash by saying he did not condone "hate speech nor the spread of hateful rhetoric" and said he wanted to "be corrected."