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This dark world: messaging app bans more than 350,000 child abusers and terrorists

Telegram, a messaging app favoured by those banned from more mainstream social media platforms, has removed hundreds of thousands of accounts since January.

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Abhorrent video the latest failure to clean up a toxic internet

Stopping malicious online actors posting disturbing content is much harder than just shutting down a site.

Ahad Nabi addressing the Christchurch terrorist during his sentencing hearing (Image: AAP/John Kirk-Anderson)

After Christchurch: the culture that created evil remains hiding in plain sight

The Christchurch terrorist has been sentenced to life in prison, after a cathartic sentencing hearing. But the landscape that allowed the killers' ideas to enter the mainstream remains.

The receding waters of Lake Pamamaroo which makes up part of the Menindee Lakes system (Image: AAP/Dean Lewins)

Extremist rage from the heart of NSW creates another ‘two nations’ moment

Faced with extremists siphoning off the National Party vote, the Coalition's standard response is to pork barrel. Stand by for lots of money to be showered on regional NSW and Queensland.

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The ‘far left’ and ‘far right’ moral equivalence game no longer works

The far-right is desperately trying to create a symmetrical world in which the far-left is seen as equally dangerous. They are failing.

We are spending our vast anti-terrorism budget on the wrong people

The question of how we respond to radicalisation and terrorist attacks from white supremacists is increasingly relevant.

A vigil for the victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting, Washington DC. Credit: Adam Fagen

How to de-radicalise white supremacists

After the worst anti-Semitic attack on US soil and more news of neo-Nazis in the National Party, the question of how we respond to radicalisation is increasingly relevant.

We need to buildĀ a mature, tolerant, compassionate nation

Crikey readers debate the problems with Australian discourse, and the potential formation of a federal ICAC.

How Australian media’s growing extremism threatens our security

With intelligence and security agencies warning of the growing threat of right-wing extremism, Sky News' attempt to legitimise Blair Cottrell will raise deep concern among those charged with keeping us safe.

Craig Kelly and why the right loves rootin’ for Putin

While Liberal MP Craig Kelly tells us to get over Vladimir Putin's crimes, it's worth considering why the right loves the Russian autocrat so much.

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