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Article Dans Une Revue Law, Culture and the Humanities Année : 2019

Rumors on the Net : A Brackish Suspension of Speech and Hate

Sarah Marusek
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The legitimacy of public memory and socially normative standards of civility is questioned through rumors that abound on online social media platforms. On the Net, the proclivity of rumors is particularly prone to acts of bullying and frameworks of hate speech. Legislative attempts to limit rumors operate differently in France and throughout Europe from the United States. This article examines the impact of online rumors, the mob mentality, and the politicization of bullying critics within a cyber culture that operates within the limitations of law.

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hal-03206654 , version 1 (23-04-2021)

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Anne Wagner, Sarah Marusek. Rumors on the Net : A Brackish Suspension of Speech and Hate. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 2019, Law, Culture and the Humanities, ⟨10.1177/1743872119880121⟩. ⟨hal-03206654⟩
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