Whether shouted or tweeted, prejudice devastates lives. That’s why prosecutors are committed to taking internet hate crimes as seriously as face to face ones
Is it reasonable to monitor and enforce online hate crime as punishable offense? Just take a look at reddit and many online forums, I don't understand how they can possibly suggest monitoring/censoring all of that and taking legal action? I think it is a noble cause, but not sustainable nor practical. Sounds way too Big-Brotherish to me.
Is it reasonable to monitor and enforce online hate crime as punishable offense?