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‘Not everyone will agree with the calls we make’: YouTube explained its seemingly inconsistent policies on harassment after leaving up vid...
YouTube said it will be taking a 'hard look' at its harassment policies following the case of Carlos Maza and Steven Crowder.
‘I’ll feed you something raw’: Mark Zuckerberg’s personal security chief has been put on administrative leave after accusation...
Two former members of the Facebook CEO's private staff have raised troubling allegations about the man entrusted with overseeing Zuckerberg's security.
Jessica Alba said she ‘stopped eating a lot’ earlier in her career so she wouldn’t be ‘preyed upon’ by men
The actor said she consciously tried to make herself look more 'like a boy' in the hope that she would receive less unwanted male attention.
A group of women trying to change the sexist culture of open source software have been harassed online
Online harassment and a lack of inclusion are issues in the open source space, and the board elections for the Open Source Initiative showcase this.
Delta has apologised after handing out ‘creepy’ Diet Coke napkins to passengers encouraging them to give their number to their ‘plan...
"Write down your number and give it to your plane crush. You never know..." read a message on one napkin.
A woman attempted to break into a police station in search of an officer she had been allegedly harassing
Ashley Keister attempted to break into the West Wyoming Police station with a cigarette butt holder, ABC-affiliated WNEP reports. Her attempt failed.
Women pay on average $25-50 more than men to get around the city because of concerns about being harassed, a new study found.
The US Navy says that it hasn't had an unsafe or unprofessional interactions with Iran's military in more than a year. But even with that seeming stalemate, Iranian forces have found a way frustrate the US.
Programmers are having a huge debate over whether they should be required to behave respectfully to each other
A programmer publicly quit a large and popular open-source project earlier this week over its requirement to behave respectfully, setting off a firestorm of debate. Even the CEO of Red Hat tells us that the open source world has got to learn to be nicer.
Experts told Business Insider it could be used to hide evidence of harassment and to gaslight victims.