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YouTube Probes Show By Right-Winger Steven Crowder Over Accusations Of Anti-Gay Rants
Calling Vox video producer Carlos Maza a "lispy queer" is "funny and this is a comedy show," Crowder said in his latest video.
Vox Journalist Opens Up About Homophobic Mob Harassment He Endures On YouTube
YouTube claims to have no tolerance for hate speech or cyberbullying, but Carlos Maza doesn't buy it.
HuffPost Her Stories: 'We Built This' Celebrates Resilient Black Women
Plus: How Facebook is dealing with "flashers."
After Years Of Racial Harassment, Vermont’s Only Black Female Lawmaker Resigns
State Rep. Kiah Morris said she's faced years of racially motivated attacks online, as well as “home invasions” and vandalism on her property.
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Hayden Christensen Offers Kelly Marie Tran Some Insight About Toxic Fans
Tran recently wiped her Instagram account after months of online harassment.
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Most People Say Social Media Sites Should Crack Down On Harassment, Fake News: Poll
And just under half of the public says sites aren't doing enough.
Attorney Breaks Down What To Do If You're The Target Of Online Harassment
Attorney Carrie Goldberg shares tips for victims of online harassment: "Never feed the trolls."
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Staying Online: How To Deal With Trolls Without Quitting Social Media
Experts and survivors of online abuse share how to avoid being silenced.
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Kesha Speaks Out At SXSW About Trolls, Eating Disorders And Self-Love
“I’m not ashamed anymore."
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Twitter Inches Forward In Fight Against Abuse
Sometimes Twitter eggs hatch into monsters.
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How Wikipedia Is Fighting Back Against Online Harassment
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From research and community feedback, 4 areas have been identified where new tools could be beneficial in addressing and
This Filmmaker Accidentally Exposed The Disturbing Underbelly Of Online Harassment
The worst online abusers of women aren't who you think they are.
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'Women Of This World Are Constantly Fighting Against A Hatred That Men Do Not See'
Washington Post reporter Chris Richards compares what he and his wife, also a journalist, find in their inboxes.
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Pro Golfer Gets Emotional When Asked About Online Harassment
“The fact that I’m here and I’m sharing my story, it hopefully can save someone’s life."
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How The Internet Gave Birth To 'Troll Politics' And President-Elect Trump
Feminist author Caitlin Moran dissects the role the web played in politics this year.
Anita Sarkeesian Is Giving History's Overlooked Women The Attention They Deserve
It’s about damn time.
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GOP Candidate Quits After Allegedly Sending Rape Messages To Reporter
"Bullying of this kind from would-be politicians makes you fear for your First Amendment rights," The Daily Beast's Olivia Nuzzi says.
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The Strange (And Disturbing) Logic Behind Racist Comments Online
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NPR disabled online comments. Should more media outlets join them?
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