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“Albright’s map also provides a clue to understanding the Google search results I found. What these rightwing news sites have done, he explains, is what most commercial websites try to do. They try to find the tricks that will move them up Google’s PageRank system. They try and “game” the algorithm. And what his map shows is how well they’re doing that.
That’s what my searches are showing too. That the right has colonised the digital space around these subjects – Muslims, women, Jews, the Holocaust, black people – far more effectively than the liberal left.”
At any time of day, no matter what happens between you and a police officer, Raheem wants to know about it. Raheem never sleeps. Raheem is
a Facebook Messenger chat bot that will gather and map out interactions
with police across the country; it just entered beta testing and is
looking for a few thousand helping hands. Raheem’s creator, Brandon
Anderson, eventually wants to use reports from thousands of users to
build a people’s map of police behavior. Using Raheem is super easy.
remember this today, lovelies. if you need a break from it all, unwind, take some time for yourselves, watch some grumps and have some laughs. it’s a tough day for a lot of people. take good care of each other and of yourselves.
On Monday, Facebook was filled with posts from people using
the site’s check-in feature to say that they were at Standing Rock
Indian Reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. The trend is a result of a viral Facebook post urging people to check
into the site of the protests to
“overwhelm and confuse” police who have been removing Dakota Access Pipeline protesters. But will it work?