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It’s that time of year again. Next Sunday’s CARD is our annual Hope in an Otherwise Crap Year edition. There’s a lot to be unhappy about but I’d love to know what gives you hope for 2022? Send me an email or DM me on Twitter and let me know. I’ll publish some of your responses next Sunday.

Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal broke in March of 2018, and the myriad of news stories about how horrible Facebook and its…

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Ctrl Alt-Right Delete is a newsletter devoted to covering the rise of far-right extremism, white nationalism disinformation, and online toxicity. It is written and edited by Melissa Ryan and is a product of CARD Strategies.

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Melissa Ryan

Melissa Ryan

Politics + technology. Author of Ctrl Alt Right Delete newsletter. Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/c74Vva. Coffee drinker. Kentucky basketball fan.

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