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Trump’s comeback tour

Donald Trump may have lost the 2020 election, but his greatest hits still draw a big crowd.

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Social media’s responsibility in American politics

Former US Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes argues that one of the biggest issues in American political discourse at the moment is the lack of regulation on social media platforms. Americans believe fake news, not because they are all crazy, but because this information is being effectively presented to them as though it is fact. Biden should work with Big Tech to regulate social media, Rhodes tells Ian Bremmer on GZERO World, because the situation is worsening. "Part of what's different is the way in which social media and technology has literally made it possible for a very large chunk of this country to live in an alternative reality."

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On Dr. Seuss and cancel culture

Ian Bremmer's Quick Take:

Hey everybody. Ian Bremmer here. Welcome to your week, life looking better every day in the United States, coronavirus land. But I thought I'd talk about, this week, all of this cancel culture that everyone's talking about right now. If you're on the wrong political side, your opponents are trying to shut you down and you take massive umbrage. I see this everywhere, and it's starting to annoy.

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Activists question Malaysia's clampdown on spoof sites

December 09, 2020 8:16 PM

KUALA LUMPUR - The shutting down of parody Twitter accountBermanaTV has raised concerns among human rights groups in Malaysia, which claim that the suspension of parodical and satirical sites fits thealarming pattern of increased censorship and restrictions on freedom of expression by the Malaysian government.

Twitter suspends Thai royalist account linked to influence campaign

November 30, 2020 7:23 AM

There were tens of thousands of tweets appeared to be from accounts amplifying royalist messaging.

QAnon's rise in Japan shows conspiracy theory's global spread

November 30, 2020 6:40 AM

Research shows the Japan-based QAnon community is among the most developed international chapters.

'Spreading like wildfire': Facebook fights hate speech before Myanmar poll

November 06, 2020 7:52 AM

SINGAPORE/LONDON (REUTERS) - One of two Muslims allowed to run for the ruling party in Buddhist-majority Myanmar's general election on Sunday (Nov 8), Sithu Maung, worries fake news on Facebook could damage his chances.

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