Session 1: Introduction – What Is Anonymous Communication and What Nazis Have to Do With It.
During this session, we will have a general introduction to the topics of antisemitism and racism online, as well as anonymous communications. We will also learn about the reasons that nudge neo-Nazis and other anti-Semites to the dark web.
Session 2: Online Antisemitism, Racism, Islamophobia and Xenophobia – A Review
During this session, we will dive deep into the world of online antisemitism, racism, Islamophobia and xenophobia. We will also continue our discussion about anonymous antisemitism and begin to learn about governmental and technology companies’ policies towards these issues.
Session 3: Trends from the Dark Web and Telegram: Online Radicalization
During this session, we will learn about antisemitic trends from the dark web and compare them to antisemitism and racism on the regular online domain.
Session 4: Conclusion and Future Recommendations
During this session, we will have an overview of the topics: antisemitism, online hatred, anonymous communications, and antisemitism on the dark web and on secure messaging applications. We will have a comparative look at policies against online hate and, lastly, engage in an open discussion about the online domain, online hatred, and freedom of speech.
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