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Creating Electronic Community of Hate
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Providing Inspiration 
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Promoting Products Sold Online by Others.
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The Consequences of Right-Wing Extremism on the Internet RULE
Creating Electronic Community of Hate

The Internet has provided the means for those on the far-right to create an "electronic community of hate."

There are three important, measurable respects in which the "electronic community of hate"  strengthens  the work of right-wing extremists offline. The Internet 

These consequences of right-wing extremism on the Internet should be of concern to us all.

Online, racists, anti-Semites, and anti-government extremists can reach a much larger audience than ever before. Anyone using the Internet may inadvertently be exposed to hate online.

Though gauging the affect of extremist material on the vast population of Internet users presents enormous difficulties, substantial information does exist about a small subset of this group: right-wing extremists. 

In the Internet age, these extremists can communicate with thousands of their compatriots with the click of a mouse.
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