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Creating Electronic Community of Hate
Inspiring/Guiding Criminal Activity
Providing Inspiration 
Giving Guidance
Coordinating Extremist Events
Hate Rock Concerts
"Patriot" Confrontations
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Selling Goods
Promoting Products Sold Online by Others.
Marketing Scams
Soliciting Donations
  
The Consequences of Right-Wing Extremism on the Internet RULE
Coordinating Extremist Events

Countless computer users now use the Internet to coordinate their offline activities. They take advantage of the speed of online communication, using the Internet to draw people to spur-of-the-moment gatherings in a way that slower, more traditional forms of communication could not. In addition, they use the Net like a bulletin board, posting notes on electronic message boards and E-mail mailing lists. Anyone from anywhere around the world can read and respond to such messages, at any time of the day or night.

Today, going online is the quickest and easiest way to find out about most extremist events, some of which may be advertised solely on the Internet. A few right-wing extremist Web sites, such as Stormfront, compile listings of upcoming events sponsored by a variety of organizations, and news about events often spreads from one extremist E-mail mailing list to another.

Going a step further than simply listing events, some extremists use the Internet to actively manage those events.  Two significant manifestations of this trend involve

 

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