(RNS) — The report calls companies including Facebook, Amazon, Fidelity, Goldman Sachs, iHeartMedia and Sinclair Broadcast Group 'the unindicted co-conspirators of the Christchurch shooter' who attacked two New Zealand mosques in March.
(RNS) — Facebook's refusal to vet political ads for accuracy has brought outrage from some on the left, who say it leaves the network vulnerable to being manipulated as it was in 2016's election. But the fact is that Facebook’s sins are bipartisan.
(RNS) — In less than two months since it was formed, Never Again Action has mounted 37 demonstrations around the country — a breathtaking feat for a small and decentralized organization of young Jewish liberal activists.
(RNS) — The popular fact-checking site Snopes and the Babylon Bee, a religious humor site, have feuded online over the difference between 'fake news' and satire.
(RNS) — Graham's call for 'special day of prayer for the president' on Sunday (June 2) has been joined by a who's who of evangelical leaders.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — After years of pressure to crack down on hate and bigotry, Facebook has banned Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and other extremists.
(RNS) — Latasha Morrison launched Be the Bridge's Facebook group with about 69 members in 2015. Today, the online community fostering racial reconciliation is more than 21,000-strong, with more than 1,000 groups in 48 states.
(RNS) — Grieving is no longer a private process. Today, we reach out to our community of friends and family worldwide for solace on Facebook or Instagram or Twitter.
(RNS) — Political insiders and other pundits who are public about their beliefs are taking steps to tweet, post and blog according to the tenets of their faith.
(RNS) — Not waiting for social media platforms to take action, institutions from Washington to Auschwitz combat hate by creating a 'virtual community of remembrance.'
LONDON (RNS) — For the past two years the Church of England has committed itself to developing a strong presence online, with a particular target of attracting people who do not regularly go to church.
(RNS) — The Facebook co-founder's refusal to kick Holocaust deniers off his platform masks a larger, ugly trend in American society.
(RNS) — Facebook knows it needs to do more to combat hate speech against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
(AP) — The religious decree says that buying Facebook 'likes' is prohibited under Islam because it’s a form of fraud and deception.
(RNS) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress put a spotlight on a major shift within the American tech sector: a rapid, albeit uneven, embrace of ethics.