News Headlines

  • Netherlands: Facebook temporarily shuts down nationalist page, with 252,000 likes
  • USA: Man charged with assault after homophobic Periscope rant leads to arrest
  • Homemaking with Nazis: The Bizarre Domestic Underbelly of Race Hate Websites
  • UK: Xenophobia on Twitter: tracking abuse in the wake of Brexit
  • Poland: Auschwitz museum prohibits Pokémon Go play on its grounds
  • German cops raid online anti-Semites, Holocaust deniers
  • Germany: Underground ‘hacktivists’ in Berlin are connecting refugees to free Wi-Fi
  • USA: Twitter Refuses to Ban Obscene Image of Police Execution
  • Report first International Conference on Online Antisemitism, Jerusalem,
    April 19, 2016










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