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'String of Intentional Outright Lies': Bloomberg Campaign Deletes Tweets Containing Fake Quotes of Sanders Praising Despotism
"Mike Bloomberg has been publishing videos attacking Bernie Sanders and Bernie supporters for being 'toxic'—and then Bloomberg fabricated grotesque fake quotes and attributed them to Bernie."
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Participants of a Fridays for Future climate demonstration parade through Hamburg, Germany on Feb. 21, 2020. News
60,000-Strong Fridays for Future Protest in Hamburg, Germany Prompts Question: 'Where Are You, USA?'
"What is it going to take for the U.S. to rise up like this?"
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Study Suggests Twitter Bots Have 'Substantial Impact' on Spreading Climate Misinformation
A quarter of climate-related tweets in the studied period—around when Trump announced plans to ditch the Paris agreement—came from bots.
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Joining Thousands of Swiss Climate Strikers Before Davos, Greta Thunberg Tells World Leaders: 'You Haven't Seen Anything Yet'
"We sure have done this for a long time. But we need to make clear that this is just the beginning," she told a crowd of thousands in Lausanne.
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Zuckerberg’s Facebook sends Trump’s unfiltered lies to 43 percent of Americans, for whom Facebook is a source of news. (Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images) Views
Should Facebook and Twitter Stop Trump’s Lies?
We can’t do anything about Trump for now. But we can and should take action against the power of these two enablers.
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President Donald Trump stops to speak to reporters as he prepared to board Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House on January 19, 2019 in Washington, D.C. News
"You're Not a Dictator": Lawmakers and Experts Inform Trump He Can't Declare War via Tweet
"The Constitution doesn't allow presidents to declare war over social media."
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Iranians Flood Twitter With Photos of Favorite Cultural Sites as Trump Threatens Them With Destruction
"Fastest way to unify Iranians of all walks of life against you is to threaten to destroy their cultural heritage."
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Big Tech must do more in the 2020 election to protect the public. Views
A New Year's Resolution for Big Tech: Step Up to Stop Hate
There's a very real possibility that the same companies that fell down on the job in 2016 will once again be a force for evil in 2020.
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In Christmas Night Twitter Eruption, Trump Questions Why House Is 'Allowed to Impeach the President'
"The words of an aspiring dictator."
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During 2018, 396,448 people were booked into ICE custody: A daily average of 42,188 immigrants. 256,000 were deported the same year. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images) News
Guess What Happened After ICE, Which Has Torn Thousands of Families Apart, Tried to Honor Human Rights Day on Twitter
In 2019, a record-breaking 70,000 children were held in ICE custody.
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