Think of an internet meme and you'll probably smile. The most They might look as innocuous as a frog, but are in fact symbols of hate. And as.
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Unless you live under the proverbial rock, you surely have come across Internet memes a few times. Memes are basically viral images, videos.
A year ago, police in Kaliningrad charged a local man with hate speech an autistic man with hate speech for posting a sexist Internet meme.
An Internet meme, commonly known as just a meme (/miːm/ MEEM), is an activity, concept, . Shortly following this, Pepe was designated as a hate symbol by the Anti-Defamation League, though not every Pepe meme is classified as one.
Pepe the Frog is a popular Internet meme. A green anthropomorphic frog with a humanoid League added certain incarnations of Pepe the Frog to their database of hate symbols in , adding that not all Pepe memes are racist.
The internet meme has gone mainstream. is mostly for trolls and alt-righters who think their hate speech will be “censored” on other platforms.
Last week, the Anti-Defamation League added what was once an innocuous internet meme — Pepe the Frog — to its list of hate symbols.