'Tyler noticed that when he typed phrases about Black content in his Marketplace creator bio, such as “Black Lives Matter” or “Black success,” the app flagged his content as “inappropriate.” But when he typed in phrases like “white supremacy” or “white success,” he received no such warning.'
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Donald Trump has launched a new "communications" website, which says it will publish content "straight from the desk" of the former US president.
Mr Trump was banned by Twitter and suspended by Facebook and YouTube after the Capitol riots in January.
After a 13-year-old was sentenced last week, a young victim of radicalisation talks about how white supremacists target children
The majority of child sexual abuse gangs are made up of white men under the age of 30, an official paper has said.
A former neo-Nazi tells Sky News that video games and extremist content on social media are being used to recruit children.
When should we silence those who we disagree with?
Controversial commentator Katie Hopkins has had her Twitter account suspended for violating its anti-hate policy.
Twitter typically doesn't comment when an account is suspended.
Late last year Twitter broke its silence on why it has not blocked US President Donald Trump, who in the eyes of many has tweeted or reposted hateful comments. Twitter said it made exceptions for world leaders.