A 70-year old from Berlin has tasked herself with removing hate speech from public spaces. She sees it as an act of moral courage, and she regularly encouters hostility.
Beijing has announced a plan to consolidate film, news and publishing under one regulatory body. With control over all media content, China's Communist Party can project its ideal image and quash dissent.
Anti-Turkish remarks by a far-right German politician have resulted a warning from his party, the Alternative for Germany (AfD). Andre Poggenburg also faces at least one potential hate speech prosecution.
Fewer than half of Germans worry that the crimes of the Holocaust could be repeated. A recent study reveals the importance of historical sites of tragedy and atrocity to Germans' collective memory of the Nazi era.
If German Justice Minister Heiko Maas has his way, platforms like Facebook will face fines for hosting illegal content. In a rare direct statement, Facebook says it should not be tasked with "state responsibilities."
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