This article outlines a semi-automated approach for analyzing the content and structure of online hate groups active on blogging platforms.
This 2014 paper utilizes a form of network representation that incorporates multiple data views to uncover and categorize networks of accounts that fall into four broadly defined groups in the Syrian conflict.
This article focuses on Data Mining and Social Network Analysis (SNA) amongst bloggers, and in particular the mining of racist groups and cyber hate communities in online blogging websites.
This 2014 article proposes an estimation method for relationship strength in weighted social network graphs. The authors argue that their method can fully estimate the relationship strength between any two users in a social network, whether they are directly connected or not.
This portal gathers an annotated collection of recent research on the ways in which social media and new technologies may be leveraged in the fight against violent extremism