A new ADL resource offers practical guidance for responding to cyberhate. The “Responding to Cyberhate” toolkit explains how governments, Internet providers, schools and parents can act to fight back against hate on the Internet.
New York, NY, January 25, 2013 ... The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today reacted to the decision by a French court ordering Twitter to unmask individuals who had posted virulently anti-Semitic and racist messages on the social networking site.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) will convene a new working group on cyberhate that will bring together Internet industry leaders and others to probe the roots of the problem and develop new solutions to address it head-on.
A range of other ADL resources on responding to online hate empower students, parents, school administrators and others with the tools they need to fight back against hate on the internet.