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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
Making Money Online
Selling Goods
Promoting Products Sold Online by Others.
Marketing Scams
Soliciting Donations
  
The Consequences of Right-Wing Extremism on the Internet RULE
Inspiring Crimes and Guiding Criminals

Far-right propagandists encourage their readers to become "lone wolves," extremists who commit violent crimes alone, and those with the greatest potential to become "lone wolves" may find the Internet particularly appealing. Beyond finding inspiration online, extremist criminals have found nuts-and-bolts tactical guidance on the Internet. More>>

  • Inspiring Hate Crimes. In 1999 and 2000, three well-publicized hate crimes demonstrated the influence of the Internet on radical and violent extremists. More >>>
  • Guiding Criminals. Many white supremacist Web sites have linked to or posted bomb-making instructions, and far-right sites provide guidance not only on how to attack, but also who to attack. More >>>

 

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