Roughly two weeks after the terrorist attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, Facebook has committed to clamping down on white nationalism and white separatism on its platform, as well as on Instagram. Finally. The company has previously tried to implement policies to tackle hate-fueled content from racial supremacy groups for years now. But it took a mass murder of 50 innocent people – who were gunned down and killed at a place of worship – to urge the company to impose this ban. It’s hard to understand why it took this long for a company operating the world’s…

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