Launched with some fanfare in a ceremony in Islamabad, with Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal attending as chief guest, the Nacta app purports to allow the public to anonymously report instances of alleged hate speech
The NAP highlights when and how individuals would be held accountable for their extremist views and whether or not the state will further accommodate the open indulgence in hate speech
DPA Islamabad The Pakistani government has launched a mobile phone application to enable the public to report hate speech
in a bid to curb the spread of extremism and sectarianism, an official said Tuesday.
The social media major is being hated by governments for allegedly promoting hate speech
hate speechRecently, a legislative bill seeking to hang purveyors of hate speech
upon conviction was sponsored on the floor of the Senate.
Bam Aquino that he would try to reach out to President Rodrigo Duterte's online supporters to stop spreading misinformation and hate speech
in social media.
The third evaluation of the Code of Conduct on countering illegal online hate speech
carried out by NGOs and public bodies released today shows that IT companies removed on average 70% of illegal hate speech
notified to them.
The Minister of State said the Ministry, through monitoring units in different organizations under its administrative control, makes sure that all publications, broadcasts and advertisements on national level do not contain or encourage violence, terrorism, sectarianism, religious discrimination and hate speech
On the one hand, the Critical Race Theorists who advocated curtailment of speech offensive to minorities insisted that individual instances of hate speech
are never, as the law professor Charles Lawrence put it, "the isolated, unpopular speech of a dissident few.
Such campaigns have spiked as hate speech
spreads on social media including Google, Facebook and Twitter, which have become a battleground for angry debates on Germany's refugee influx.
This year has shown Pakistan the true consequences of unrestrained hate speech
Summary: Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Dec 24 (ANI): A case has been filed against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Telangana MLA Raja Singh on charges of giving a hate speech