Discord, Gab, Hatreon: how the US extreme right is organized. on the Internet to distribute neo-Nazi materials and circumvent the Silicon Valley blockade

"For Morgan Weiland, PhD candidate and junior associate researcher at the Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School, the discussion is very complicated and she does not see a solution in the short or medium term.

"The risk of closing pages or removing content from white supremacists is what happens tomorrow, someone can do the same with a page from the Black Lives Matter movement ," Weiland says in an interview with BBC World.

"Where you put the limit, how you avoid falling into censorship ... are very delicate issues,""

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