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Facebook says they removed 220 'Boogaloo' groups and 95 Instagram accounts

Weeks after feds said 'Boogaloo' group members used Facebook to plan the murder of a federal agent, Facebook says they have removed 220 Facebook Groups and 95 Instagram accounts associated with the extremist movement. Facebook says 400 additional 'Boogaloo' related groups advocating armed violence that were tangentially associated with the movement would be taken down, too. "Today we are designating a violent U.S.-based anti-government network as a dangerous organization and banning it from ou...
Tags: Facebook, Post, Instagram, Minneapolis, US, US news, Racism, Facebook Groups, Black Lives Matter, Hate, White Supremacists, Brandy Zadrozny, Oakland California, Ben Collins, Santa Cruz County, Carrillo

A Message to Berlin

photos: Jan Rückert My dearest Berlin, you are loud, moody and exhausting. A city driven by hectic energy. But you are also calm. This is why we come from all around the world. We – the outsiders of norms. We – who love to go against the flow. And here with you we can be free. No cages, no bars. You are a city of freedom. I can’t think of a city that is more free. No rules, no limitations. In a strange way this was exhausting to me. Freedom can be overwhelming. A scorn to those who are ...
Tags: Photos, Fashion, Berlin, Love, Stories, Emotions, Letter, Hate, Expat, Marie, Jan Rückert

Why I ignore a LinkedIn request

I have been getting lots of LinkedIn spam requests lately. I don’t know why people think they can ask to connect when they offer no upside, and lots of downside. Let me outline some ways in which I will ignore you. Your profile has no details. How do I know your aren’t a spammer? How do I know you are even real? You can’t expect someone to want to get to know you if you don’t offer anything about yourself. Your profile is one-dimensional. If you have details on your profile, it is obviously on...
Tags: Work, Photos, Media, Drama, Opinion, Life, Face, Value, Sales, Linkedin, Spam, Lp, Use, ADE, App, Tor

Being grateful for what you don’t have.

Source: Today in History: November 23 – StumbleUpon Broward County Canvassing Board member, Judge Robert Rosenberg, stares at a dimpled presidential punchcard ballot on November 23, 2000 as the board begins counting the county’s ballots that were considered questionable. After review by the three-member panel, the vote went to Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush. (text from article) As Thanksgiving approaches, we consider more all the things we have to be grateful for. History is ...
Tags: Decisions, Photos, Art, Business, Thanksgiving, Review, Opinion, Life, Age, Time, Future, Support, Happiness, Vote, Data, StumbleUpon

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