The intersection of the internet and the state.

#DogsAgainstBrexit highlights the negative impact of Brexit on pets
Some heroes wear capes, others have fur.
Congress investigating whether vaping manufacturers used social media bots
Bots are responsible for the majority of e-cig marketing messages, but it's unclear if it's at the behest of manufacturers. 
Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly having private meetings with prominent conservatives
Facebook is drawing criticism from both sides of the aisle.
Pro-Trump meme comedian Carpe Donktum suspended by Twitter (updated)
The suspension follows his controversial remarks.
Andy Ngo smears antifa activist killed in hit-and-run
Andy Ngo shared old clips of the deceased.
Meme video of Trump shooting politicians sparks outrage
Many are calling on Trump to denounce the video, which played at his Miami resort.
Texas police officer fatally shoots Black woman in her own home 
Police were performing a wellness check on Atatiana Jefferson.
Milo Yiannopoulos’ website dangerous.com was sold
The news comes amid reported financial troubles for the far-right provocateur.
Halle synagogue shooter allegedly posted manifesto on anime message board
The alleged manifesto contained a video game-style 'achievements' section.
Kamala Harris’ ‘lover’ says Jacob Wohl hired him off Craigslist
The actor thought he was auditioning for a Spike TV show and that everyone was an actor.
Calls to ‘Free Nazanin’ increase after Iran releases jailed British national’s daughter
The Iranian government has held her on charges since 2016.
Will states create the federal net neutrality standard?
The continuing net neutrality battle looks like it will head to the state level.
Why Chris Cuomo’s pronoun joke at the LGBTQ town hall was infuriating
The biggest cringe came from a moderator.
Trump joins streaming service Twitch
Is he courting millennials?
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