Cyber hate legislation

Cyber Hate Legislation

Hate speech is intentional or unintentional public discriminatory and/or defamatory statements; intentional incitement to hatred and/orviolence and/or segregation based on a person’s or a group’s real orperceived race, ethnicity, language, nationality, skin colour, religious beliefs or lack thereof, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, political beliefs, social status, property, birth, age, mental health, disability, disease. You can find hate speech online, or in real life.
If you ever notice any of this online, please click the button at the top of this page to report it.

Click here if you want to know more about what definitions we use to detect cyber hate. 

The following represent the different rules on hate speech and particularly on what cyber hate consist of;

International legislation on hate speech

European legislation on cyber hate

National legislation on cyber hate specifically


National legislation not on cyber hate specifically

If you click on the page of a country in which we have a member in you can see the legislation that they use to counter cyber hate there, even though it is not per se cyber hate legislation.