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Rather than censoring Holocaust deniers, some individuals have decided to refute their absurd claims with facts, illustrating how the Internet can police itself without restricting speech. Kenneth McVay started doing that in 1991, and his efforts developed into the Nizkor Project.


This work originally appeared in The 'Net Homesteader, a periodical published by the SUNY/OCLC Network, and this issue is still accessible through the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.



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