Growing Menace of Digital Terrorism and Hate Exposed in New SWC Interactive Report

Digital Terrorism and Hate 2007 is the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s newly released ninth annual, interactive report exposing terrorism and hate on the Internet.  Compiled by Center researchers, the 2007 edition is culled from close to 7,000 problematic websites, blogs, newsgroups, YouTubeTM and other on-demand video sites.  Key sections of Digital Terrorism are available in English, French and Spanish.

Highlights include powerful terrorist videos that recruit young people into the horrific culture of death and Hate on Demand — two flash movies tracing the evolution of how hate and terror groups have manipulated and leveraged the web to promote their agendas.

The Wiesenthal Center is distributing this unique, timely and impactful interactive report to government leaders, elected officials, law enforcement, anti-terrorist agencies, community and web activists, and the media.

Your support will help the Center’s frontline professionals to better track and combat the dangerous and frightening rise of the subculture of hate and terrorism.

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