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Hip Hop Sites Attacked by Hate Groups

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Hip Hop Sites Attacked by Hate Groups

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Hip Hop Sites Attacked by Hate Groups

Hip Hop Sites Attacked by Hate Groups

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Last week, two popular hip hop websites were hacked by apparent hate groups. When people visited SOHH.com and AllHipHop.com, they saw the regular content replaced with racist images and racial slurs.

For the latest on the cyberattacks, Farai Chideya speaks with Felicia Palmer, president and CEO of 4 Control Media Inc, which owns and operates SOHH.com.

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