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5 Killed in Mass Shooting at Annapolis Newsroom

Journalists dived under their desks and pleaded for help on social media. One reporter described the scene as a “war zone.” A photographer said he jumped over a dead colleague and fled for his life. Keep Reading

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White-Supremacist Propaganda on Campuses Rose 77 Percent Last Year

The white-supremacist activity mainly took the form of posters and fliers, the ADL found. In the past year, high-profile controversies at Texas State University, the University of Virginia, and Michigan State University have sparked concern that colleges and universities were becoming targets of the far right. Keep Reading

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One Month Into the GDPR: What Has Changed?

The GDPR’s intent was to let people know their privacy is now better protected. In reality, the flurry of privacy policy updates and consent requests hitting inboxes have left many people more worried. Keep Reading

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