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The INCEL Movement: A New Form of Technology-Facilitated Abuse

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INCELs(involuntary celibates) are predominantly males with a grievance that women refuse to have sexual relationships with them because of their perceived genetic inferiority. INCELs are radicalised online and have been spreading misogynistic, hateful, and violent messages across various technology platforms. A growing number of INCELs have taken their extremism offline by carrying out mass killings. This presentation demonstrates the dangers posed by INCELs. Discussion will also center on methods to detect those who pose the greatest threat to society and to prevent further violence.

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