Tech 

a visible slowdown in the fight against hate speech on social networking sites

The average percentage of hate speech reports handled by popular social media sites within 24 hours has fallen to just 64.4% this year. For comparison, last year it was 81%, and two years ago it was 90.4%. TikTok turned out to be the only social network site to improve its performance in dealing with hate speech alerts. Last year it achieved a result of 82.5% of applications resolved within 24 hours. This year it jumped to a level of 91.7%. Percentage of reported content removed from social media The average…

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Tech 

Lots of new users and less hate speech

There are more and more new users on Twitter – according to Elon Musk, their number is the highest in history. As it turned out, the service also copes well with hate speech. Twitter with record results After a rather chaotic time on Twitter and the Twitter Blue subscription controversy, Elon Musk has announced further solutions. One of them will be marking verified accounts with different colors (gold for companies, gray for government accounts and blue for individuals). Will it help? It’s hard to say for sure at this point.…

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English 

We need to pacify the country and leave polarization and messages of hate behind, says Lewandowski

“First of all, I think the big thing that we all have to do is to pacify the country,” he said during the Esfera Brasil forum event with businessmen. Renata GulfSao Paulo-SP STF (Federal Supreme Court) Minister Ricardo Lewandowski said this Saturday afternoon (26) that the big challenge facing Brazil will be to pacify the country and overcome polarization. “First of all, I think the big thing we all have to do is to pacify the country,” he said at the Esfera Brasil forum, an event with businessmen in Guaruja,…

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Sports Update 

Hate your job? Oktagon MMA’s David Kozma shot at previous career

David Kozma Credit: Oktagon MMA Speaking of bad jobs, Oktagon MMA welterweight champion David Kozma has endured his fair share. Kozma (30-11) spent his childhood in a small town. in his native Czech Republic and attended judo classes early “Basically there is no other martial art,” Kozma told Cageside Press in a recent exclusive interview, explaining that the lack of alternatives led his parents to enroll in judo as a child. They want their sons to know how to protect themselves. “Pretty difficult,” Kozma said of his hometown. “The community…

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Entertainment 

An eye for an eye, hate for hate, new Netflix movie will keep you glued to the screen until the second ending

Linked to the sound and fury of which life is made, the most diverse aspirations, the most thoughtless, many shrouded in a mist of dreams, of delirium, almost all fueled by the desire for sufficiency that has governed man’s life since time immemorial, gather together. . Precisely because of this need to adapt to the environment in which it is to be inserted, humanity undertakes undertakings not infrequently filled with a good measure of madness, betting on an extremely uncertain overcoming of reality, however much it know that it is…

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English 

The alleged thief shouted hate speech at Dortmund’s main station

Federal police mob rule 23.11.2022 11:12 a.m A split Add Bookmark Federal police arrested a thief at the main station. © Kevin Kindel A man known to police is said to have stolen goods at Dortmund Central Station and then made anti-Semitic remarks. Federal police are investigating. 1 minute time to read According to the Federal Police, the incident took place on Tuesday evening (November 22) around 18:30. The employee of the pharmacy of the main station alerted the officials. On the spot, the police met a native of Berlin,…

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Tech 

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger used to hate each other very much

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are action icons that need no introduction. How did it turn out that the actors didn’t always love each other&egogon; with such a huge sympathy and for many years they were each other’s main rivals. – They really didn’t love each other because I think – maybe it doesn’t sound modest – but we were pioneers of a certain genre, which to this day has not found our followers – admitted Stallone in an interview with Forbes magazine. – So we competed, because it’s in…

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Life Style 

Dangerous connections. love, hate and the survival of women at the French court

In the year that marks the 240th anniversary of the publication of a classic of French literature, Les Liaisons is dangerous or Dangerous connections, by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos, it has arrived on the Lionsgate Plus platform in serial format. But don’t worry, it’s not the same story. They present us with what they call a prelude, that is, they retell what the young anti-heroes of the plot were like, the Marquise de Merteuil and the Vicomte de Valmont. Wonderfully, I might add. In addition to the book being more…

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English 

Who will control ‘disinformation’ and ‘hate speech’ on the Internet?

This week saw the “first conviction in Spain for spreading ‘fake news’”, for which the Civil Guard accepted a sentence of 15 months in prison and a fine of 1,620 euros for publishing and spreading a fake video with the purpose of defamation. and “inciting, promoting or inciting hatred, enmity, discrimination or violence” against a group of minor migrants (Article 510 of the Penal Code). Yesterday we learned that “the Brazilian judiciary is silencing Bolsonaro leaders for disinformation”; even though it was the Supreme Electoral Court (a body similar to…

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World News 

Hoffmeier hate speech case: Settlement talks fail

The Steve Hofmeyr hate speech case has been adjourned by the Gqeberha High Court until next year as the Court of Equality. The South Australian Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has taken the controversial singer to court over his social media statement in April saying the LGBTQIA+ acronym included the acceptance of bestiality and that the LGBTQIA+ community supports “nurturing” children. Presiding Judge Makorah heard the matter at the directions hearing on November 3. Efforts to reach a settlement have reportedly failed, and as a result, the case will return to…

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