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The instant messaging service Slack deletes the 28 accounts linked to hate groups

Slack, which stands for Searchable logs of all communication and knowledge, is a chattverktyg used to manage the internal communication in many workplaces. It is created in order to share in conversations in the groups and threads. Long has the tool been identified as a tool used by political hate groups to organize themselves, but the Slack has generally denied this.

now you have erased nearly thirty accounts is seen as a recognition of guilt, writes The Verge. How to come across the information, or data, which led to the suspension, has not yet been clarified.

In a press release, writes Slack, ”the use of Slack to urge or incite hatred or violence against groups or individuals on the basis of who they are, goes against our values.”

the Slacks competitor Discord deleted as late as 2017, several neo-nazi accounts.

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