A picture is worth a thousand words--so why do we not think more carefully about stock photography?
Since the beginning of 2020, a global infectious disease has shattered human social, economic and political life in many countries. As the epidemic expands, the online phenomena of hate speech connected to this global disease is growing. 
 In Hanau, a perpetrator shot ten people and seriously injured others. His writings and videos on the internet attest a right-wing motive. An analysis.
Wednesday, 19 February 2020 15:33

Changing Ipso

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Platforms are used for different purposes and interests and also attract differing audiences. What scope and people do alternative-right channels reach on Telegram?
Katie Hopkins, one of the most prominent hate speech commentators of the last decade has had her twitter account suspended and her tweets hidden following a campaign by the anti-hate group Centre for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH). By: Jeremy Ullmann Hopkins has been using her social media channels along with media appearances and work as a columnist for both The Sun and The Daily Mail to spread far-right and conservative views since her stint as a contestant on The Apprentice in 2007. Often positioning herself as an advocate for free speech, she has amassed over a million followers on twitter alone. Get The Trolls Out has been reacting and debunking her hateful content for many years.  The CCDH group (backed…
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