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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We describe a semi-automated system to assist law enforcement and intelligence agencies dealing with cyber-crime related to promotion of hate and radicalization on the Internet. The focus of this work is on mining YouTube to discover hate videos, users and virtual hidden communities. Finding precise information on YouTube is a challenging task because of the huge size of the YouTube repository and a large subscriber base. We present a solution based on data mining and social network analysisdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-17187-1_2 fatcat:qieiqgkisbcc3kp4g7axr4jqwy