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Vilification is a public act which incites, encourages, or urges others to hate, have serious contempt for, or severely ridicule a person, or group of people, because they are (or are thought to be) members of a particular group. Vilification has no justification in "free speech".

Racial vilification is unlawful under federal legislation and various forms of vilification are also prohibited under state and territory laws.

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