The rise of Pepe the Frog is another sign of hate festering online

The ubiquitous green internet amphibian known as Pepe the Frog has been added to the Anti-Defamation League’s database of hate symbols. It’s yet another sign that neo-Nazi and white nationalist propaganda is proliferating online.  The Anti-Defamation League’s hate symbols database is crowded with acronyms and photos of tattooed hate symbols, but the group has recently […]

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Could a revenge porn case in Northern Ireland change Facebook across the planet?

Facebook is massive. More people use Facebook than live in the nation of China. And like any giant international operation, its size opens Facebook up to a barrage of varied lawsuits, most of which are not worth paying attention to.  A revenge porn lawsuit filed against the social media company that made headlines earlier this […]

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A/B Testing vs Multiple Variant Testing: And the Winner Is…?

During the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Mahe Drysdale rowed 2,000 meters (1.24 miles) in just 6 minutes and 41 seconds. However, despite his impressive performance, the world record-holder nearly lost the race. In one of the closest finishes in Olympic history, Drysdale won by mere millimeters. Have you ever seen anything like this!? Mahe Drysdale takes single sculls gold… […]

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