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CJ Werleman's Twitter account has been banned in India, along with a number of other prominent journalists. Why is the social media giant complying with the Modi regime's requests?
CJ Werleman looks at evidence of a co-ordinated and sophisticated effort to smear critics of the right wing Indian Prime Minister
China’s attacks on its critics are the actions of a superpower gone rogue, says CJ Werleman
CJ Werleman reports on legal complaints and lawsuits which have been lodged against the social media giant for its failure to moderate hate speech and dehumanising messages against Muslims on the platform
CJ Werleman reports on developments around Facebook’s decision to ban Australian news content from the social media platform
CJ Werleman dissects Facebook’s ban on Australian news content and its implications for democracy
CJ Werleman looks at the proliferation of genocide denial, from the Shoah to Bosnia, and how this enables continued killing and repression in Syria and China
The Mythical Nationalism of Trump and Modi Has Failed, So Now they're Waging War on their Own Citizens
India and America are suffering parallel slides towards authoritarianism, reports CJ Werleman
CJ Werleman reports on a case being brought against the social media giant by The Gambia to uncover who was involved in Myanmar's mass murder of its Muslim minority
CJ Werleman explores the Tesla CEO's contribution to discussions around the Coronavirus crisis and why his need for personal recognition in such times is dangerous.
CJ Werleman reports on conspiracy theories that the US is behind the outbreak of COVID-19, the President's spreading of disinformation and Vladimir Putin's interests in adding his trolls into the mix.
Profits from far-right groups and individuals posting unacceptable content on the social media giant about Muslims may be the reason why it's not taking action to remove it.
Social media platforms are helping to prevent Kashmiri and Palestinian anguish from reaching a global audience
The social media giant is being complicit in promoting the kind of rhetoric that inspires white nationalist domestic terrorism, argues CJ Werleman.