The world's largest structured repository of regionalized, multilingual hate speech
Hatebase was built to assist companies, government agencies, NGOs and research organizations moderate online conversations and potentially use hate speech as a predictor for regional violence. (Language-based classification, or symbolization, is one of a handful of quantifiable steps toward genocide.)
Getting started with the Hatebase API v4.0
If you’ve connected with the Hatebase API in the past, you’ll notice a number of changes with v4; we’ve updated our authentication and added several new data attributes, including specific targeted groups, so any code you’ve written to integrate with previous versions of the API will no longer return results. If you’re new to Hatebase, the task of integrating with the service may at first appear daunting. In either case, this tutorial will help you get up and running quickly.