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Ubuntu kills release 23.10 after ‘hate speech’ discovered in it

Ubuntu, a Linux distribution, temporarily pulled its Desktop release 23.10 after it was discovered that the Ukrainian translations contained hate speech. The slurs were inputted via a third-party tool by a malicious contributor. The affected images were promptly removed and a new version will be made available once the correct translations are restored. Ubuntu is currently conducting a broader audit before officially releasing the corrected version.

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