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Alex Kantrowitz, "Racist Social Media users Have A New Code To Avoid Censorship", BuzzFeed 10/1/2016: Racist online communities have developed a new code for racial, homophobic and bigoted slurs in an attempt avoid censorship. The code, using terms like Google, Skittle, and Yahoo as substitutes for offensive words describing blacks, Muslims and Mexicans, appears to […]
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