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A legal model for government intervention to combat online hate

Published as: Andre Oboler, A legal model for government intervention to combat online hate, Internet Law Bulletin 14(2), May 2011 Racial hate propaganda is unlawful in Australia, and this extends to non-private online communications. This may create liabilities for technology … Continue reading

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The ICCA tackles online hate

Published as: Andre Oboler, The ICCA tackles online hate (2011), 13(9&10) Internet Law Bulletin Dr Andre Oboler ZIONIST FEDERATION OF AUSTRALIA In November 2010, the Inter-Parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism (ICCA) held its second conference; parliamentarians and experts from over … Continue reading

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Andre Oboler, Time to Regulate Internet Hate with a New Approach?, Internet Law Bulletin

INTRODUCTION The rise of social media over the last seven years[i] has revolutionised communication. Applications like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and MySpace, have given the online public a means of mass communication. Behind these platforms are large corporations[ii] who profit from … Continue reading

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