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Cyberhate, anti-semitism, and counterlegislation

Communications Law

Edited by:
Dr Peter Coe
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Professional
Publication Date:
May 2022
(2006) Vol 11, No 4 Introduction How Cyberhate functions Freedom of speech, racial hatred Security surveillance Targeting antiracists Regulation and self-regulation Western Europe Criminal prosecutions Canada The Netherlands Australia United Kingdom France Germany Scandinavia Russia The progress of legislation European Institutions Recommendation: the fight against anti-semitism Article 3: Dissemination of racist and xenophobic material through computer systems Article 4: Racist and xenophobic motivated threat Article 5: Racist and xenophobic motivated insult. Article 6: Denial, gross minimisation, approval or justification of genocide or crimes against humanity. A Party may either: Ratifying the Protocol How effective will this be? ...

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