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Following Facebook, Twitter will now ban Holocaust denial J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 24, 2020

Twitter will now ban posts that deny the Holocaust. Bloomberg News reported Oct. 14 that a Twitter spokesperson said posts that deny or distort violent events including the Holocaust would be banned.

AJC Applauds Albania’s Adoption of Antisemitism Working Definition – PRNewswire

| October 24, 2020

NEW YORK, Oct. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- American Jewish Committee (AJC) praised Albania for adopting the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) Working Definition of Antisemitism. "This is an important step in the global fight against rising antisemitism and the broader threat it poses to liberal democratic values," said AJC CEO David Harris, who has long been interested in Albanian affairs

Google and Twitter will not attend event regarding antisemitism online – The Jerusalem Post

| October 24, 2020

Google and Twitter will not participate in an event dealing with ways to counter antisemitism on the Internet and social media, JNSreported.The event, held by the US State Department and featuring US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, will be the first event of its kind in the departments history.Facebook and Tiktok will send representatives to the event. Facebook had previously come out with a statement that they will begin banning people who would deny the events of the Holocaust.Holocaust denial or distortion is absolutely antisemitic. It meets the [International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance] definition of antisemitism, US Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Antisemitism Elan Carr told JNS on Thursday

Thanks Facebook, but what took you so long? – Jewish News

| October 24, 2020

There are two potential responses when organisations, after a long period of apparent reluctance, finally decide to do the right thing. You can praise them to the skies, or you can make it clear that, while you are happy they have come to this conclusion, you are deeply disturbed that it took them so long.

I know a marriage killed by QAnon and Trump, with help from alienation – The Guardian

| October 24, 2020

Everyone remembers where they were when Trump won the election. Alex and Mary* remember it especially well.

Faux indignation of defenders of Israel – Southern Star Newspaper

| October 24, 2020

Sir Teresa Trainor in her letter Offensive comparison made with Holocaust claimed that I made comparisons between the Holocaust crimes against humanity and the Israeli crimes against Palestinians. Anyone can read my letter with the heading; Palestinian-denial is like Holocaust denial and see that Teresa grossly distorts and misrepresents with faux indignation what I wrote which was as follows: Joshua Rowe (letter writer) should recognise that Palestinian-denial is like Holocaust denial: A cowardly attempt to excuse the apartheid, ethnic cleansing and colonisation of the native population of the Holy Land.

Jim Farley is Allowed to Race, and The Detroit Free-Press is Allowed to Write About It – The Truth About Cars

| October 24, 2020

Car Twitter is a weird, wonderful online place, but sometimes bad takes bubble up. And theres a double-whammy of bad takery floating around this afternoon.

Facebook critics webpage removed over false phishing allegations – ComputerWeekly.com

| October 10, 2020

A coalition of prominent Facebook critics has been forced offline after an internet service provider (ISP) took its webpage down. The Real Facebook Oversight Board (RFOB) a group made up of two dozen academics, activists, lawyers and journalists who have been vocal critics of the social media company was launched last month with the goal of holding Facebook accountable ahead of the upcoming US presidential electionon 3 November

Tik Tok and the spread of antisemitism – San Diego Jewish World

| October 10, 2020

By Michael Laitman, Ph.D PETACH TIKVAH, Israel Online antisemitism is nothing new but now it seems to be widely targeting our vulnerable youth more than ever before. Hidden under false identities, haters freely reveal prejudice, bigotry, and antisemitic views across virtually all the unruled space of social media. Teenagers who identify as Jewish complain of constant hostility on platforms such as Tik Tok, which are increasingly popular among youth

4 Things to Know about Never Again, the Pro-Israel Film that Exposes Anti-Semitism – Crosswalk.com

| October 10, 2020

Long ago, Kasim Hafeez hated Jews.


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