Tribunal - Material spread hatred

Two white supremacists were spreading hatred when they posted highly offensive material on their websites about blacks and Jews, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruled Friday. In a landmark decision, the tribunal ordered the men, one of whom ran the web-hosting service that carried the websites, to cease their hate-mongering, levied penalties totalling $13,000 and awarded the complainant $5,000.
It is believed to be the first time Canadian Internet web-hosting service has been found liable for hate messages.