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Subtitled An ADL [Anti-Defamation League] Report on Internet Bigotry, Extremism and Violence, this new report documents the historical background of hate groups online, examines current trends in online hatemongering, explores the social and legal implications of "cyber hate," and suggests ways to combat online hatred. In addition to profiling the Internet presence of traditional hate groups, the report highlights the dangers of online bomb-making manuals, outlines the prevalence of vitriolic homophobia online, surveys the level of anti-abortion extremism online, and reports on the role of women in white supremacist movements. The 76-page report, issued by the ADL's Internet Monitoring Unit, also features an informative FAQ about extremist speech on the Internet.
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