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North Carolina woman still missing two years after she left baby with family reportedly to visit sick mother in Mexico
Nancy Troche Garcia, 28, was last seen in Asheboro, North Carolina on May 20, 2018, when she dropped her baby off with the baby’s father. She then reportedly went to the father’s sister’s house nearby and asked her if she would help care for the baby since she would be traveling to Mexico to care for her sick mother. But her mother told police that she was not sick and there were no plans for Nancy to come to Mexico. Nancy’s burgundy 2001 ChevyNancy was last seen on May 20, 2018, in Asheboro, North Carolina. She was 28 years old at the time.
and are calling on Facebook and Instagram to stop allowing "misinformation" and "hate speech" to be shared on their platforms.
On Friday, Gomez, 28, shared a screenshot of a private message she sent to Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg as well as the company’s COO Sheryl Sandberg.
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“It’s been a while since we sat down. We have a serious problem,” the singer wrote in the message shared on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook. Gomez also claimed the two social media platforms “are being used to spread hate, misinformation, racism and bigotry."
"I am calling on you both to HELP STOP THIS. Please shut down groups and users focused on spreading hate speech, violence and misinformation. Our future depends on it,” she added. “. We cannot afford to have misinformation about voting. There has to be fact checking and accountability. Hope to hear back from you ASAP.”
Aniston, 51, echoed Gomez’s call to action in her own statement.
“We need to have this conversation,” the actress wrote. “Instagram is fun and we love connecting with each other — but hate speech, bigotry, racism, homophobia, transphobia are far too welcome on this platform and Facebook must regulate this.”
Charli XCX, Dua Lipa and Stormzy up for Mercury Prize Album award
The winner of the Mercury Prize will be announced on The One Show on Thursday, with Charli XCX, Dua Lipa and Stormzy all battling it out for the coveted award. For the first time ever, Radio 1's Annie Mac will reveal which artist has been recognised as creating the best British or Irish album of the year on the BBC programme. The award ceremony is usually a glamorous affair hosted by Hyundai in London, but due to coronavirus, Annie, 42, will deliver the judges' verdict live on air instead.
“Social media is playing a huge role in this election and we need to be conscious of the information we take in. Check your facts and stop hate,” she added, alongside a link to the.
Other celebrities who have recently supported the campaign include, , and .
Facebook hasfor , even those that have contained lies and misinformation — as well as for made on the platform.
The Stop Hate for Profit campaign was announced on June 17, when a number of civil rights groups, including theand the , in the Los Angeles Times.
BTS kicks off week of shows on The Tonight Show
Korean pop sensation BTS kicked off a full week of live shows on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday night. The K-pop group debuted their show by performing a new version of Idol from their 2018 album Love Yourself: Answer.Their first night of performances comes just hours after it was revealed that each member of the group has become a multi-millionaire, with their producer becoming a billionaire thanks to their record label's massive Initial Public Offering (IPO).
“Today, we are asking all businesses to stand in solidarity with our most deeply held American values of freedom, equality and justice and not advertise on Facebook’s services in July,” the ad read. “Let’s send Facebook a powerful message: Your profits will never be worth promoting hate, bigotry, racism, antisemitism and violence.”
Although Zuckerberg went on to announce that the company would be changing some of its policies in order to prohibit hate speech from appearing in its ads, the Stop Hate for Profit campaign said that the “small number of small changes” would not be enough and would barely “make a dent" in the enormous problem.
“To be clear, Mr. Zuckerberg has not yet approached the type of meaningful action that we want to see,” the campaign wrote in a statement in July. “This movement will not go away until Facebook makes the reasonable changes that society wants.”
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Fact check: False claim that Pelosi drunk in 2016 photo with Obama .
A viral photo of Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama is being used out of context to make the House speaker appear intoxicated. We rate this claim false."Oh that 'Crazy Nancy' This needs to go viral! I'm very sure she doesn't want this drunken photo out there of her," reads the text on top of the image.