Twitter Has Started Researching Whether White Supremacists Belong on Twitter
"Is it the right approach to deplatform these individuals? Is the right approach to try and engage with these individuals? How should we be thinking about this? What actually works?"
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Meet the YouTube star who's de-radicalizing young, right-wing men
"People don't care about facts as much as they think they do," says Natalie Wynn
Britain just released a radical hate preacher considered the country's most dangerous extremist
Anjem Choudary's group had inspired more than 100 radicals to join ISIS. He'd only served half his sentence.
The Terrifying Trend of White Men Radicalized Online Becoming IRL Terrorists
It's no accident that young white guys with a fondness for the darkest part of the Internet are descending into far-right violence.
Alleged ISIS fighter 'Jihad Jack' wants to come to Canada
Jack Letts’ parents deny he is a member of ISIS and want Canada to allow him to settle in the country
CSIS spies studied 100 radicalized Canadians, and here's what they found
Canada's spies say new fitness routines and switching to encrypted messaging apps could be signs a radicalized person is about to become violent
Couple acquitted of terror charges wants to prevent radicalization
El Mahdi Jamali and Sabrine Djermane will work as consultants for the deradicalization centre in Montreal
How Reddit Is Used to Indoctrinate Young Men Into Becoming Misogynists
Reddit’s “involuntary celibate” group was taken down earlier this month after its anti-woman debate turned violent. But the problem is much larger than one subreddit.
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This Controversial Alt-Right Group Is Recruiting on Canadian Campuses
‘Generation Identity,’ who have worked to keep migrants out of Europe, want a bigger Canadian presence.
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Did Violence Really Undermine Anti-Racist Protest in Quebec City?
Far right extremists were vastly outnumbered, but after "counterproductive" black bloc tactics they still declared victory.
How the Charlottesville suspect became radicalized
As early as middle school, James Alex Fields made his classmates uncomfortable by praising Hitler.
Canada’s anti-radicalization centre won’t actually be deradicalizing anyone
The centre's job is ultimately to provide funding to other groups and implement a national strategy, not to run programs itself