- Racism on the Internet is increasing . According to figures from the Internet hotline discrimination ( MiND ). In the first nine months of this year there were over three hundred complaints about racist expressions on the net. Last year there were 183.
Nearly two-thirds of the reports concerned discrimination on race or religion. "This is undoubtedly a result of the refugee problem", says Titus Fisher , director of MiND in the AD. The hotline is investigating whether there is arrived at reports of criminal group discrimination. If so, we ask that website to delete the message. Usually this happens .
If the site will not cooperate , we get to the OM. Since the beginning of 2014 happened four times. In two cases this led to prosecution.