Pathways to Online Hate: Behavioural, Technical, Economic, Legal, Political & Ethical Analysis.

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Aiken, M., Donaldson, S. and Tinnelly, C. 2021. Pathways to Online Hate: Behavioural, Technical, Economic, Legal, Political & Ethical Analysis. Perspective Economics for the Alfred Landecker Foundation.
AuthorsAiken, M., Donaldson, S. and Tinnelly, C.
TypeProject report
Abstract

The Alfred Landecker Foundation seeks to create a safer digital space for all. The work of the Foundation helps to develop research, convene stakeholders to share
valuable insights, and support entities that combat online harms, specifically online hate, extremism, and disinformation. Overall, the Foundation seeks to reduce hate and harm tangibly and measurably in the digital space by using its resources in the most impactful way. It also aims to assist in building an ecosystem that can prevent, minimise, and mitigate online harms while at the same time preserving open societies and healthy democracies. A non-exhaustive literature review was undertaken to explore the main facets of harm and hate speech in the evolving online landscape and to analyse behavioural, technical, economic, legal, political and ethical drivers; key findings are detailed in this report.

KeywordsOnline Hate; Behaviour; Technology; Economic; Legal; Political; Ethical
Year2021
PublisherPerspective Economics for the Alfred Landecker Foundation
Page range1-128
Web address (URL)https://www.alfredlandecker.org/en/projects
FunderThe Alfred Landecker Foundation
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