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· Corporate America grapples with what to say — or whether to say anything at all →
Similarly, athletics clothing retailer Nike, which recently won praise for creating a controversial ad campaign featuring former NFL player Colin Kaepernick, shared a 60-second video on its website reversing its “Just Do It” tagline to read, “Just Don’t Do It,” about the perils of ignoring racism.
· Facebook employees walk out in protest of Donald Trump’s posts →
The virtual walkout comes on the heels of a decision from Facebook not to take any action against a series of controversial posts from Trump last week, including one that seemed to threaten violence against protestors by saying, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.” Twitter determined that the same message violated its rules against the glorification of violence last week, limiting the ability to view, like, reply, and retweet the post on its platform.
· Hong Kong: the end of one country, two systems? →
China’s parliament has rubber-stamped a controversial national security law that is expected to be imposed on Hong Kong.
· John Oliver: When Trump 'uses the word thugs, you know what it’s code for' →
And while advocates argue that it will reduce obstacles to civic participation, “that in and of itself may be why it’s become so controversial”, Oliver said.
· Walkout underway at Facebook, virtually, in protest of policies →
The company has chosen to treat messages differently from social media peer Twitter (NYSE:TWTR), which has opted to flag messages that are controversial or that violate its terms of service.
· Facebook says it wants staff to 'speak openly' as employees criticise Mark Zuckerberg's response to Trump posts →
Facebook has responded after its own employees publicly criticised its response to Donald Trump's controversial posts.
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· Stands Full of Fan-Submitted Cardboard Cutouts. What Could Go Wrong? →
Shipman and Cummings apparently weren’t controversial enough for Matty Johns, a former player who hosts a program on Fox Sports.
· Advisers urge ministers to review benefit cap in wake of coronavirus →
The government’s own expert welfare advisory group has called on ministers to review the benefit cap, amid evidence that the controversial policy has left tens of thousands of low-income claimants without vital extra financial help during the coronavirus lockdown.
· House music: classical critics’ watching and listening picks →
The current offering, available until Sunday, is Jonathan Kent’s controversial 2010 staging of Don Giovanni, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski, with Gerald Finley in the title role.
· Pageant organiser Miss Universe Malaysia condemns controversial remarks by former winner over US protests →
KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — Miss Universe Malaysia Organisation (MUMO) has expressed shock over controversial remarks of its former title holder Samantha Katie James on the Black Lives Matter protests in the US.