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IAPP Piece Explores Intersection of Privacy/Anonymity and Hate Speech

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

19 April 2013
Hogan Lovells Privacy partner Christopher Wolf presented the conflict between anonymity and curtailing online hate speech in a recent post on the blog of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, Privacy Perspectives. The post references Chris' forthcoming book Viral Hate: Containing its Spread on the Internet which he co-authored with Anti-Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman, and explains that in certain cases a real-name policy by online intermediaries is appropriate.
IAPP Piece Explores Intersection of Privacy/Anonymity and Hate Speech

To access the full blog post on Privacy Perspectives, click here.

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