THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL CRIME CONTROL IN THE HATE SPEECH IN SOCIAL MEDIA WITH MEDIA LITERACY
Many media develop and in the end make people not only as spectators or consumers of information but also as producers of information. Information technology is currently developing rapidly, quickly, easily, and very sophisticatedly, so that it becomes a necessity and lifestyle for the world community without exception, people in Indonesia are also affected by the development of information technology at this time. One aspect of technological development is the emergence of many social media sites such as Google or Mozilla Firefox and others, but the most popular among social media users include Facebook. The development of social media such as Facebook not only has a positive impact, but also has a negative impact, resulting in various types of violations and even crimes. Acts or crimes what needs serious attention is the crime of hate speech. Hate speech can be control by media literacy because its perspective that is used actively, when individuals access the media with the aim of interpreting the messages conveyed by the media. It is related to understanding the impact of communication, from advertising, ideas, to technology. By doing the media literacy, uses the media literacy approach as an effort to fight hate messages, through citizenship education and digital citizenship. One of its main objectives is to raise awareness about the political, social and cultural rights of individuals and groups, including freedom of speech and the responsibilities and social implications that arise.
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