The Governance of Cyberspace: Racism on the Internet

By David Capitanchik, Michael Whine

Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR), 1996

The authors warn that the Internet has provided an attractive format and a relatively regulation-free environment for both the publication of racist material and the organization of the activities of neo-Nazi and other far-right organizations, terrorist and extremist groups. The authors advocate a number of short- and long-term Internet policy recommendations for organizations in the public, private and voluntary sectors which provide access to the Internet.

Topic: Antisemitism, Internet, Racism, Law, Public Policy

Name of Publication: JPR Policy Paper

Volume/Issue: no.2

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Genre: Report

Coverage: Global , United States

Language: English

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Capitanchik, David. Whine, Michael. The Governance of Cyberspace: Racism on the Internet. JPR Policy Paper. Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR). 1996:


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