Daily Stormer

Internet security expert: 'I don’t think it’s right to say’ tech giants are politically biased

Internet security expert Matt Prince says it isn’t right to say that tech giants are biased, despite criticism from Republican lawmakers who claim …

Steve Bannon

Hatewatch Headlines 8/14/2018

Wired: How big is the alt-right? Inside my futile quest to count.<p>Daily Intelligencer: A new study says 24 million Americans have alt-right beliefs. …

Rights & Freedoms

Neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer confesses ‘I don’t even know’ what went wrong with pathetic Unite the Right rally

The neo-Nazi site The Daily Stormer has no idea what happened to the so-called Unite the Right “rally” that turned into more of a fascist garden …

Rights & Freedoms

Who was Heather Heyer, when were the Charlottesville protests and what has her mother said about social justice?

HEATHER Heyer was killed on August 12, 2017, when a car ploughed into peaceful counter-demonstrators at a white supremacist rally in …

Rights & Freedoms

Alt-Right White Separatist Movement Disorganized & Splintering

Not only are many white separatists not participating in the ‘Unite the Right 2’ rally Sunday, the thinking by many on the alt-right is that its …

Rights & Freedoms

Neo-Nazis hope to leverage Alex Jones controversies one year after Charlottesville violence

White nationalist activists are seeking to leverage a series of social media setbacks experienced by far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones by …

Rights & Freedoms

The alt-right is debating whether to try to look less like Nazis

“Optics-cucking,” the debate roiling white nationalists, explained.<p>Tensions are flaring between two warring camps inside the alt-right movement ahead of their planned march on the White House Sunday: those who think they should try to look a little less like anti-Semites and racists, and those who …

Rights & Freedoms

Hate speech crackdown spreads to behind-the-scenes tech

The tech industry’s crackdown on content from right-wing users spread this week from social media platforms to behind-the-scenes companies that do not typically take on free speech issues, a sign of heightened aggressiveness ahead of a planned far-right gathering this weekend inspired by the riots …

Rights & Freedoms

Shapiro At 'Jewish Journal': No One Should Get A Pass On Racism

So, can nonwhite Americans be racist?<p>This question reared its ugly head this week after revelations about The New York Times’ latest editorial board …

U.S. Politics

Bitcoin Donations to Alt-Right Surge Ahead of Charlottesville Anniversary

A neo-Nazi site is seeing its highest donations since the last Unite the Right rally. Other affiliates are also begging for bitcoin.<p>Bitcoin donations …

Neo-nazism

If Alex Jones screams on Google+, will anyone hear him?

If Alex Jones is screaming on Google+, will anyone hear him?<p>Major distribution and markting platforms such as Apple, Facebook, Google's YouTube, …

Alex Jones

The Brawler

After Charlottesville, he and his colleagues at The Daily Stormer are having doubts.<p>Amid the crowds and chaos of last August’s “Unite the Right” …

Rights & Freedoms

A Better Way to Ban Alex Jones

Let me start by making a few things abundantly clear. First, Alex Jones is a loathsome conspiracy theorist who generates loathsome content. Second, there is no First Amendment violation when a private company chooses to boot anyone off a private platform. Third, it seems reasonably clear that Mr. …

Rights & Freedoms

One Year Later: Leaders from ‘Unite the Right’ Fall From Grace

The division, defection and infighting playing out in the real world of the alt-right reflects a larger existential struggle the movement faces …

Internet

Bitcoin Donations To Neo-Nazis Are Climbing Ahead Of This Weekend's Unite The Right Rally

The second Unite The Right rally is scheduled for this weekend and will this year happen in the U.S. capital, with some 400 far-right activists expected to flood into Washington D.C. on August 11th. Ahead of the rally, bitcoin and cryptocurrency donations to neo-Nazis are on the rise.<p>Last year …

Rights & Freedoms

Racist fliers in Lents target undocumented immigrants

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- Fliers created by an outspoken white supremacist group recently popped up in the Lents neighborhood -- upsetting …

Portland, OR

Eight Surprising Insights About Right-Wing Websites

There was no news fatigue among leading ad-supported right-wing websites in the first half of 2018, according to my analysis of six month’s worth of …

Journalism

The Obvious Link Between White Supremacy and Male Supremacy

July 26, 2018 by Ed Brayton<p>The Anti-Defamation League has published a study documenting what they refer to as the “robust symbiosis between misogyny …

Anti-Defamation League

From Nazis To Incels: How One Tech Company Helps Hate Groups Thrive

Cloudflare refuses to regulate the sadistic content it optimizes and protects online.<p>By all standards, the forum Incels.me is a hate group. Littered through well over 1 million messages is a cascade of posts calling for women to be raped, decapitated, stabbed, starved, poisoned, skinned, …

Rights & Freedoms

A year after Charlottesville, why can't big tech delete white supremacists?

I can’t believe we’re having this conversation about Facebook and their falling down on the job over and over again<p>We’re talking about the difference between a megaphone and the ability to speak aloud<p>The purge came too late for Heather Heyer.<p>Last August, amid the fallout from the deadly Unite the …

Rights & Freedoms

Black People Are To Blame For Duck Boat Sinking In Branson, Racist Conspiracy Theorists Say

As investigators worked to find out exactly how a duck boat managed to sink, killing 17 people in Missouri last week, a racist conspiracy theorist …

Conspiracies

Bad Facts Make Bad Law: How Platform Censorship Has Failed So Far and How To Ensure that the Response to Neo-Nazis Doesn’t Make it Worse

From Cloudflare’s headline-making takedown of the Daily Stormer to YouTube’s summer restrictions on LGBTQ content, 2017 was a banner year for …

Rights & Freedoms

Weekend Read: Mark Zuckerberg’s comments about Holocaust denial are disturbing

After a burst of criticism, Zuckerberg clarified his remarks, but only with respect to his personal feelings about those who engage with Holocaust …

Hate Groups

Papa John's founder says resigning over N-word use was a mistake

The Papa John’s founder, John Schnatter, who resigned from his role as chairman last week after using the N-word, has now reportedly said it was a mistake to leave the company.<p>In a letter to board members, Schnatter gave more details about the conference call in May that led to his stepping down – …

Business

Neo-Nazi Site The Daily Stormer Forced To Take Down Pepe The Frog Images

(JTA) — When cartoonist Matt Furie drew Pepe the Frog for a comic series, all he meant to do was create an amphibian pothead.<p>But the cartoon frog, …

Jewish Culture

The Creator of Pepe Is Winning His War on the Alt-Right

Matt Furie had no idea a stoned frog he posted on Myspace would be co-opted by Nazis. Now he’s on a mission to reclaim his infamous work.<p>Matt Furie …

News (U.S.)

Pepe the Frog removed from Daily Stormer after creator makes legal challenge

The cartoonist who created Pepe the Frog has succeeded in having images of his character, which has been adopted against his wishes as a symbol by the far right, removed from neo-Nazi site the Daily Stormer.<p>Artist Matt Furie, who created Pepe as a “peaceful frog-dude” in the early 2000s but has …

Books

Pepe The Frog, Beloved Alt-Right Meme, Scrubbed From Daily Stormer

Pepe the Frog, the unwitting mascot of the so-called alt-right, is on the fast track to bettering his personal brand. Motherboard reports that the …

Jewish Culture

Papa John’s Founder Resigned After Using a Racial Slur on a Conference Call

John Schnatter, the 56 year-old chairman, founder, and former CEO of fast-food chain Papa John’s, resigned yesterday hours after apologizing for …

Fast Food

Pepe the Frog removed from neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer

Matt Furie, the artist behind Pepe the Frog, began a legal battle last year against "alt-right" personalties and sites using images of his character.<p>Last week he and his lawyers celebrated a win against neo-Nazi site the Daily Stormer, which removed all images of the comic frog on July 3, according …

Internet