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  • Japan: Diet passes first law to curb hate speech
  • The 5 things you say when you're a racist
  • Too fat for Facebook: photo banned for depicting body in 'undesirable manner'
  • American Neo-Nazis Are on Russia's Facebook
  • Racist video blogger Evalion booted off YouTube
  • Report first International Conference on Online Antisemitism, Jerusalem,
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