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Trump's Loudest Anti-Muslim Twitter Troll Is A Shady Vegan Wed To An Ex-WWE Exec

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US EditionU.S.CLOSEFollow usPart of HuffPost Politics. ©2020 Verizon Media. All rights reserved. Huffington Post.BREAKING NEWSTap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Her Twitter timeline was one long screed that reflected the collective id of the Make America Great Again movement. Tea party rage, evangelical hokum and white supremacy ― it was all there. In sufficient volume, this kind of hate can now turn any no-account right-winger into a star on social media. And it worked for @AmyMek.Mekelburg told Tina Galasso, a now-former friend, that she’d...

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Far-Right Extremists Helped Create The World's Most Powerful Facial Recognition Technology

Far-Right Extremists Helped Create The World's Most Powerful Facial Recognition Technology

US EditionU.S.CLOSEFollow usPart of HuffPost Politics. ©2020 Verizon Media. All rights reserved. Huffington Post.BREAKING NEWSTap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.Advanced facial recognition technology poses a mortal threat to privacy. It could grant the government, corporations and even average citizens the ability to capture a photo of anybody and, with a few keystrokes, uncover all kinds of personal details. So when about a shadowy facial recognition firm called Clearview AI in January, it seemed like the worst nightmare of privacy advocates had...

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Far-Right Extremists Helped Create The World's Most Powerful Facial Recognition Technology

Far-Right Extremists Helped Create The World's Most Powerful Facial Recognition Technology

US EditionU.S.CLOSEFollow usPart of HuffPost Politics. ©2020 Verizon Media. All rights reserved. Huffington Post.BREAKING NEWSTap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.Advanced facial recognition technology poses a mortal threat to privacy. It could grant the government, corporations and even average citizens the ability to capture a photo of anybody and, with a few keystrokes, uncover all kinds of personal details. So when about a shadowy facial recognition firm called Clearview AI in January, it seemed like the worst nightmare of privacy advocates had...

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