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YouTube Said It Was Getting Serious About Hate Speech. Why Is It Still Full of Extremists?

Last month, YouTube announced a site-wide change to its hate speech policy, saying it would no longer tolerate videos promoting Nazism, white supremacy, or any other content “alleging that a group is superior in order to justify discrimination, segregation or exclusion” of others due to qualities like race, gender, or sexual orientation. Read More >>

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The Dirty Business of Hosting Hate Online

Sometime in the three years before he murdered nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in the US state of South Carolina, Dylann Roof sat down at his computer and typed “black on White crime” into Google. According to Roof’s online manifesto, something about the death of Trayvon Martin sparked his curiosity. Roof knew George Zimmerman, who killed Martin, was the real victim, but he wanted statistics to prove what he felt in his gut. Read More >>