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Online hate speech has been a topic of public concern and research interest for some time. Initially the focus of this centred on the proliferation of online groups and websites promoting and distributing discriminatory content. Since the introduction of more interactive tools and platforms in the mid-2000s that enabled new and faster ways of disseminating content in a relatively anonymous fashion, concerns about online hate speech becoming a pervasive behavior have increased.Current researchdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12003807.v2 fatcat:7bwel5dqsjdghoz7qzwfl5kq3a