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Nobody likes Nazis. Even Nazis aren’t super keen to be associated with them, which is why euphemisms like “ethno-nationalist” and “right-wing extremist” start trending whenever some white supremacist mouth-breather breaks into the news cycle. Increasingly, however, white supremacist mouth-breathers are the news cycle. From genuine monsters, live-streaming mass atrocities in

Tech companies and the Law Council of Australia have pushed back on Scott Morrison’s new social media laws, saying they are being rushed through Parliament without proper consultation or consideration of consequences. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Scott Morrison proposed the new laws in the wake of the

Delivering the keynote at the Microsoft Future Now event in Sydney today Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer of Microsoft said the Christchurch terrorist attack is a learning moment for everyone working in technology. Smith is referring to the Christchurch terrorist attack where 50 people were murdered in shootings

The terrorist attack in Christchurch is a horrific attack on society. We must consider all measures available to avoid something like this ever happening again, anywhere. Now in Australia, Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants to introduce new criminal laws for social media companies that fail to quickly remove footage like