Hate Crimes in Cyberspace

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Harvard University Press, Sep 22, 2014 - Law - 351 pages
Some see the Internet as a Wild West where those who venture online must be thick-skinned enough to endure verbal attacks in the name of free speech protection. Danielle Keats Citron rejects this view. Cyber-harassment is a matter of civil rights law, and legal precedents as well as social norms of decency and civility must be leveraged to stop it.
 

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Starting with the grueling stories of Kathy Sierra; a law student who was harassed on AutoAdmit (and for long after law school); and a victim of revenge porn, Citron argues for revising the law to ... Read full review

HATE CRIMES IN CYBERSPACE

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An impassioned call for equal rights for women on the Internet. In her debut, Citron (Law/Univ. of Maryland) introduces three women and describes how their personal, educational and professional ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Understanding Cyber Harassment
33
Moving Forward
93
Conclusion
251
Notes
257
Acknowledgments
329
Index
331
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