37 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 223 (2011)
Internet Hate Speech and the First Amendment, Revisited

handle is hein.journals/rutcomt37 and id is 229 raw text is: INTERNET HATE SPEECH AND THE FIRST
AMENDMENT, REVISITED
I. INTRODUCTION         ........................    ....... 224
II. EXAMINING THE CURRENT INTERNET HATE SITE CRISIS
UNDER FIRST AMENDMENT JURISPRUDENCE .....     ...... 227
A. The Abundant Coincidence of Internet Hate
Websites, Hate Groups, and Hate Crimes in the
United States    ............................... 228
1. Recruitment   ....................     ....... 229
2. Advocating Violence...  ......................... 232
3. Statistics  ............................. 233
B. Introduction to United States' Approach to Hate
Speech: Advancing the Marketplace of Ideas by
Prohibiting Content-Based Restrictions .... .....238
1. First Amendment Protection of Hate Speech &
Two Important Exceptions to Prohibition of
Content-Based Restrictions   ............... 244
C. Internet Hate Speech in the United States: First
Amendment & Federal Statutes ....................... 249
1. Juxtaposition Between United States' and
International Approach to Hate Speech................ 252
III. RETHINKING THE UNITED STATES' APPROACH TO
ANONYMOUS INTERNET HATE SPEECH...          ............. 256
A. Revisiting Reno v. ACLU: Internet as an Invasive
Medium        ..........................  ..... 256
1. The Internet is an Invasive Medium.... ......258
2. Analyzing these trends under FCC v. Pacifica
and Reno v. ACLU..        ................... 262
3. Preventing Children's Accidental Viewing of
Indecent Internet Material: Creating New
Generic Top-Level Domain to Aid Content-
Filtering Technology  .............    ....... 267
B. Revisiting R.A. V for Regulation of Secondary

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