"Online hate crime"

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Interest ofKristen Clarke

Online hate crime is considered a high priority by the UK/Police.


In 2020, West Midlands Police were so proud of arresting a 12 year old child for "Online hate crime" against a celebrity that they tweeted about it to virtue signal. Meanwhile violent crime in the conurbation is skyrocketing.

The Daily Mail in December 2019 that "Britain’s first police unit for tackling online hate crime has brought charges against less than one per cent of internet trolls it has probed." The pilot year resulted in 17 prosecutions, of which 7 resulted in convictions, and cost the Metropolitan Police £326,344.[1]

Official narrative

This is one of the most important issues in society. Government surveillance is needed.


Related Document

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Document:Someone said they wanted to see me trapped in a burning car and watch flames melt my fleshArticle22 October 2021Nadine DorriesAfter the murder of MP David Amess, a crackdown on "internet trolls" is being demanded by most politicians. The UK's new Culture Minister Nadine Dorries is pursuing new overreaching legislation regulating Big Tech. The "Online Safety Bill" will abolish online anonymity and empower internet censorship. There are fears that it will be the end for freedom of expression in the UK.
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