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    CALLED OUT INFORMATION SERVICE ... FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE from HateWatch.org July 16, 2001 HateWatch.org Goes Back Online and Open Source (Boston, MA)
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      CALLED OUT INFORMATION SERVICE
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      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE from HateWatch.org

      July 16, 2001

      HateWatch.org Goes Back Online and Open Source
      (Boston, MA) HateWatch.org, one of the Internet�s best known civil
      rights web sites, returns after a six-month hiatus. The newly
      redesigned site uses PHP-Nuke, a freely distributed web portal
      software.

      �It�s a whole new HateWatch.org,� says founder and Executive Director

      David >Goldman. �While we will continue our past work of monitoring
      hate groups and >their Internet activities, we will be developing
      non-proprietary or �open source� software for the civil rights
      community. This will enable individuals and organizations to create
      an inexpensive but powerful online presence in order to promote
      tolerance.�

      The Internet can be a valuable place for the free exchange of ideas,
      but it >can also be a haven for bigotry and hatred. That's why
      HateWatch.org is a powerful resource to educate and empower
      individuals to fight intolerance.

      Goldman says, �We welcome back our friends, not only to fight against
      bigotry but to work with us in building a more tolerant online
      community.�

      Started in 1995, HateWatch.org is a web-based not for profit that
      monitors the evolving problem of online bigotry. HateWatch is
      considered an innovator in the use of the Internet for promoting
      civil rights.

      Contact Information:
      David Goldman, Executive Director
      goldman@...
      http://hatewatch.org




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