The Anti-Defamation League says a page claiming Jewish people are involved in ritual murder constitutes hate speech and therefore should be removed immediately.
After an explosion of anti-Jewish posts on Twitter in France, the Anti-Defamation League contends that it's too hard for users to report offensive tweets. Twitter begs to differ.
While the investor regrets comparing the Occupy Movement with Nazi Germany, he stands by his message that a "minority" of rich people are being "demonized" by a "majority" and "it's wrong and dangerous."
A streaming app from the group's Lebanese-based satellite network has been scrubbed from the App Store and Google Play.
Facebook has removed from its site a page calling for a Palestinian intifada, following a request from Israel's minister of public diplomacy. New pages, though, appear to have taken its place.
Armed forces, including the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines, also fared well in new study of public sector use of social media and the Web.
What with a financial crisis coinciding with the final days of the race for the presidency, the Internet is turning into a free-fire zone. My advice: don a flak jacket and duck.
A panel charged by Congress to advise on Internet safety issues discusses in D.C. how kids can stay safe online--and how closely it may be linked to offline behavior.