Online Networks of Hate: Cultural Borders in Aterritorial Spaces

  • Edwin Hodge

Abstract

IN BRIEF

  • Online communities escape territorial boundaries yet build virtual borders of their own
  • Extremist cultures can thrive in online spaces, evading national legal jurisdictions yet simultaneously operating locally and globally 
  • Public policy requires focused multilateral and multilevel cross-border governance coordination in law enforcement in conjunction with robust transparency and accountability mechanisms

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Published
2022-12-20
How to Cite
Hodge, Edwin. 2022. “Online Networks of Hate: Cultural Borders in Aterritorial Spaces”. Borders in Globalization Review 4 (1). Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 79-82. https://doi.org/10.18357/bigr41202221162.
Section
Policy