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ADL Mountain States Summer Associate Research Program Celebrates its 13th Year

  Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser was the keynote speaker on July 27 for a virtual meeting celebrating the work of the 2020 ADL Summer Associate Research Program participants.  The group engaged in a discussion about several pertinent topics of the day including information security related to COVID-19 contact tracing, mask mandates, international protests against police brutality, legal response to

Cyber Security Considerations In Wake of Anti-Semitic Flyers Sent to College Campuses and Businesses

Colleges and private businesses around the country, including at least one in Colorado, received anti-Semitic flyers blaming Jews for destroying the country “through mass immigration and degeneracy” and asked people to “join . . . in the struggle for global white supremacy.” Hacker Andrew Auernheimer (also known as Weev), an unabashed racist and anti-Semite, claimed credit for exploiting network printers

ADL Opposes Criminalizing Cyberbullying

On March 28, 2014, Mountain States Anti-Defamation League Regional Director Scott L. Levin sent a letter regarding HB14-1131, “A Bill for An Act Concerning Harassment Against A Minor By Using An Interactive Computer Service,” or cyberbullying, to the members of the Colorado State Senate Judiciary Committee. The letter objected to the criminal penalties for cyberbullying contained in the bill. In his