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Gaming has become more prevalent in our society, sparking careers and building community. But now, extremists are exploiting games to recruit.
Fascists have historically used games as a means to perpetuate their ideology. Those efforts have accelerated in the era of technological gaming.
Having clout on social media is becoming less of an aspiration and more of a matter of survival and freedom to live life on your own terms.
As the US and China make advances in quantum computing over the next decade, new threats will arise if this technology gets in the hands of the far-right.
Conservatives are fleeing to social media sites like Gab, Telegram, MeWe, and BitChute that knowingly host dangerous right-wing content.
While Trump, Republicans, and right-wing media should carry much of the blame, tech companies must atone for their role in far-right radicalization and make bigger changes.
Facebook has failed to protect its users from disinformation and extremist communities. Its attempts to clean it up are too little too late.
QAnon is engulfing the GOP and proliferating on social media. While they've failed in the past, social media companies are now taking this threat more seriously.
Social media companies have failed to contain disinformation. These companies, Facebook especially, have a moral and ethical duty to do so.
PolitiFact labeled one claim false in a Lincoln Project ad, but the primary message was true. Facebook censored it but allows Trump ads to lie unchecked.