Tech Companies Race to Finally Enforce Policies After Charlottesville Violence

Nearly all the major technology services we’ve come to rely on have been negligent in enforcing their own user protection guidelines. Repeated calls to act on the Terms of Service these companies outlined for themselves without any meaningful response has arguably emboldened the worst elements taking root on them—with…

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Winning: Trump Dissolves Two Advisory Councils After Advisors Flee in Protest 

Donald Trump, a self-declared businessman, negotiated himself out of even more of his presidential responsibility this afternoon: Following a slew of defections this week, he announced plans (via Twitter, of course) to disband two White House advisory councils composed of top American business leaders.

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Even Neo-Nazis Are Surprised by Trump’s Latest Charlottesville Comments

Since the deadly gathering in Charlottesville, where torch-wielding neo-Nazis faced off against counter-protesters, the president has pinned blame for the bloodshed on “many sides.” During a press conference on Tuesday, Trump drew false equivalence between a non-existent “alt-left” and the pathetic aberrations who…

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GoDaddy Gives Daily Stormer 24 Hours to Live

About 10 hours ago, GoDaddy—the world’s largest internet domain registrar—sent five identical replies to critics who condemned its role as the host of one of the most prominent neo-Nazi websites, the Daily Stormer.

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Richard Spencer Claims Virginia Restaurant Was Refusing Service. It Wasn’t Open. 

Yesterday as white nationalists flooded into Charlottesville, Virginia for the Unite the Right rally, headlining speaker and key organizer Richard Spencer had the time to complain on Twitter about a local restaurant supposedly refusing service to himself and the pale turds who follow his example.

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FOIA: Fired Google Employee’s Labor Complaint Against Alphabet Alleges a Week of ‘Threatening Employees’

As reported yesterday by Recode, former Google engineer James A Damore filed a complaint against parent company Alphabet, Inc. with the National Labor Relations Board. Parts of that complaint have been given to Gizmodo through a Freedom of Information Act request and are available to read in full (excepting NLRB…

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Thanks to Airbnb, You Can Fuck in Trump’s Childhood Home for $725 a Night

The home President Donald J Trump was raised (and presumably conceived) in is now available for rent on Airbnb. It’s lodging fit for an idiot-king. And yes, I’m sorry for making you think about Fred Trump having sex.

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