Removing hatred from democracy
Hate speech on its own is already insidious but when politicians participate in it, it adds a sense of 'legitimacy' to the public, who may be influenced by what is being said.
India secular character must be preserved, country's top court says
The court responds to a petition asking for action on hate speeches against the Muslim community.
US court orders Facebook to release records of anti-Rohingya content for genocide case
Facebook had refused to release the data, saying it would violate a US law barring electronic communication services from disclosing users' communications.