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This symposium will explore the phenomenon of cyber-hate. What are the key issues and manifestations? What are the appropriate responses to online hate? What are the frameworks available — legal, social, technological — and possible constraints to responding? How do we evaluate the success of various solutions?
9:00am Keynote Address
9:30 Panel discussion
10:30am End of Program
Session 2: Combating Online Hate: Law, Technology, and Society
In the second session (March 4), we want to look at remedies and responses, discussing the legal, social, and technological frameworks and constraints for responding to online hate. Prof. Yuval Shany (former dean at Hebrew University, and Chair of the United Nations Human Rights Committee), will present the 30-min overview. The moderated panel will delve deeper into the conversation about appropriate responses — what has worked, what has failed, what have been the limitations to effective responses, how do we evaluate successful solutions, and how can we do better at combating hate?