No RESUMIDO #26: A força radical do YouTube, normalização do ódio, proteção de dados de eleitores e educação digital de adolescentes; temperatura alta em Hong Kong, hackers, armas acústicas, caramujos psicodélicos; Succession, afrobeats, acid house, cyberpunk e encruzilhada. Vambora!
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We Wanted to Know How Online Radicalization Was Changing the World. We Started With Brazil.
What we found there, for an article and an episode of “The Weekly,” went far beyond anything we had anticipated, with important, disturbing lessons for us all.
The Making of a YouTube Radical
Caleb Cain was a college dropout looking for direction. He turned to YouTube, where he was pulled into a world filled with conspiracy theories, misogyny and racism.
Como o YouTube se tornou um celeiro da nova direita radical
O YouTube é um grande laboratório. E nós somos as suas cobaias.
The Oxygen of Amplification
New Data & Society report recommends editorial “better practices” for reporting on online bigots and manipulators; interviews journalists on accidental amplification of extreme agendas
How the Media Helped Legitimize Extremism
A new study, by a respected scholar on internet culture, winds up a penetrating indictment of journalism’s internal inconsistencies.
Readers Accuse Us of Normalizing a Nazi Sympathizer; We Respond
Our national editor responds to readers’ feedback, most of it highly critical, of our profile of a white nationalist in Ohio.
A new bill aims to protect US voters from the next Cambridge Analytica
As the 2020 campaign season accelerates, a US lawmaker introduced a bill on Thursday that would regulate how political parties use voters’ data in federal elections.Voter privacy: Democratic senator Dianne Feinstein said the bill, the Voter Privacy Act, is the first to directly respond to Cambridge Analytica, which used Facebook to harvest the data of 87 million voters, often without permission, in hopes of influencing their behavior.
The White House wants to regulate social-media moderation
If enacted, the executive order would vastly expand the Federal Communications Commission’s responsibilities.The news: A draft executive order would give the FCC oversight over how social-media platforms like Facebook and Twitter moderate their sites, according to CNN, which obtained a copy.
Protest cripples airport as Beijing raises stakes with ‘terrorism’ warning
Thousands bring Hong Kong International Airport grinding to a halt, leaving 180 flights cancelled and travellers stranded
China media says Hong Kong protesters are ‘asking for self-destruction’ as military assembles nearby
Chinese propaganda outlets warned on Tuesday that protesters in Hong Kong are “asking for self-destruction,” as they released a video showing military vehicles amassing near the border of the city.
Polícia investe contra manifestantes no aeroporto de Hong Kong no segundo dia de bloqueio
Protestos intensificam desafio contra o Governo chinês em meio à irritação dos passageiros
Hackers Can Turn Everyday Speakers Into Acoustic Cyberweapons
A security researcher has demonstrated how to force everyday commercial speakers to emit harmful sounds.
How Afrobeats Is Influencing American Pop Music, According to Producer P2J
P2J recently produced songs on Beyoncé’s ‘The Gift’ and GoldLink’s ‘Diaspora.’ He explains how the afrobeats sound is infiltrating mainstream American music.
Carwyn Ellis & Rio 18 – Joia!
Encruzilhadas é o podcast de Luiz Antonio Simas e Gabriela Moreira. A dupla conta, canta, reflete e especula sobre as pedrinhas miúdas de um Rio de Janeiro – e um Brasil – que está posto entre paradoxos e contradições. Eles transitarão entre os temas que fundam e sustentam nossa sociedade, crença e estilo de vida, sempre em séries dirigidas por Pedro Asbeg. by Central3 Podcasts
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