Public reaction to the recent viral video of Covington Catholic high school student Nick Sandmann, who mocked a Native American man while wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, showed exactly how harmful doxxing can be towards identifying and solving issues facing society. Doxxing is
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YouTube has become the preferred platform for those with far-right views.
The American “alt-right” is not the only far-right force out there.
Milo is back on campuses, and taking his controversy and high security costs with him.
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UC Berkeley’s Free Speech Week was cancelled. Cue the political takes.
The popular discussion board Reddit is the internet’s very own hodge-podge – with subreddits dedicated to everything from once-viral Vine videos to political movements. This past election cycle, Reddit has become a sort of virtual meeting grounds for the alt-right. The alt-right is a white
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Last month, mainstream media discovered the alternative right (usually referred to as the “alt-right”). The alt-right is an emerging political movement whose exact definition is difficult to pin down. It has gained mainstream visibility in recent weeks due to its connections with the presidential campaign