This Group Says Social Media 'Has Become the Klan Den of the 21st Century'

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In the past two months, longstanding debates about the role of social media companies in policing hate speech have come to a head. Twitter and Reddit have cracked down on hate speech and content that incites violence, while Facebook is facing an all-out advertiser boycott organized by civil rights groups critical of its lack of action on hate speech and harmful misinformation.

Platforms are also being used used to organize real-world events. Such was the case with the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va.,



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