If you want to learn more about the way in which governments, organizations, and civil society groups are combating far-right extremism online, please see the following links:
Amadeu Antonio Foundation. Established in the wake of a racially-motivated murder in Germany, this foundation encourages local projects and initiatives to strengthen democratic values.
Bundesverfassungsschutz, or BfV. (Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution) http://www.verfassungsschutz.de/en/index_en.html
Demos. A think-tank focused on power and politics. See especially their Violence and Extremism Programme headed up by Jamie Bartlett http://www.demos.co.uk/people/jamiebartlett also The New Face of Digital Populism (free for downloading) http://demos.co.uk/publications/thenewfaceofdigitalpopulism
Mut Gegen Rechte Gewalt (Courage Against Right-Wing Violence). Sponsored by the Amadeu Antonio Foundation and Stern magazine
no-nazi.net. An online resource for teenagers on how to counter online hate. (In German) http://no-nazi.net/
Serie Neue deutsche Nazis. A news series by the German newspaper Die Zeit on far-right and neo-Nazi activity in Germany. (In German)
Southern Poverty Law Center
Storch Heinar. A clothing company that combats hate by parodying the “Thor Steinar” clothing line, popular with members of the far-right in Germany. (“Thor Steinar” is featured in Hate 2.0”s header).
Digital History, Digital Humanities and Media Studies links:
Carleton Centre for Public History.
Digital Humanities Now. For recent information and discussions on the field. http://digitalhumanitiesnow.org/
Oxford Internet Institute. Inter-disciplinary research centre devoted to studies about the Internet.
Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media.
Voyant. A data mining tool for digital texts.
Notekeeping and Data Storage: