Facebook’s language gaps weaken screening of hate

Across the Middle East, journalists and activists feel Facebook censors their speech. But in some parts of the world, political groups use the social network to incite violence slipping through the company’s efforts to police its platforms. (Oct. 25)

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Jon Gruden steps down as Raiders head coach after leaked emails reveal homophobic language

Jon Gruden has stepped down after The New York Times reported Gruden frequently used misogynistic and homophobic language directed at Commissioner Roger Goodell and others in the NFL. Jericka Duncan reports.

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KUDO Launches Language Access on International Sign Language Day

KUDO Inc., the multilingual meeting SaaS company built around a B2B managed marketplace powered by the largest network of professional conference interpreters, today announced the launch of KUDO Language Access. The new suite of products brings on-demand interpretation by KUDO’s powerful network of over 10,000 vetted professional interpreters to multiple platforms for virtual and hybrid events.

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Breaking down the body language in the federal leaders’ debate

World renowned body-language expert Mark Bowden analyzes how the leaders reacted during Thursday’s debate.

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