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Nov 2013
BACKGROUND: “Aboriginal Memes”, that is racist captioned images attacking Indigenous Australians, first gained media attention around October 2012. OHPI produced the first major report on the topic, “Aboriginal Memes and OnlineHate“, which is available...

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15
Aug 2013
Twitter‬ is to be sued in ‪France‬ over a hash tag “Gays must die”. A number of activists are questioning why Twitter rather than the users involved are being sued, the reason is that...

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22
Apr 2013
In the lead-up to ANZAC day 2013 an internet troll began creating a series of pages mocking ANZAC veterans. The pages were designed to cause public outrage in both Australia and New Zealand. The...

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11
Oct 2012
The Online Hate Prevention Institute is pleased to announce the release of a major new report into Aboriginal Memes and Online Hate. The press release can be viewed here (or seen below) and the...

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17
Aug 2012
An interview with the Online Hate Prevention Institute’s CEO,  Dr Andre Oboler, has featured on the SBS TV News accross Australia, as well as in an online articles on the SBS website. Dr Oboler’s...

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