Please review this README for a general understanding of the iframe before proceeding into the version-specific documentation.
- v1.0 Current
Why Use the Hatebase IFrame?
Municipal governments, regional NGOs and other public and private entities often have a challenge capturing large volumes of structured hate speech incident data from their communities, and while Hatebase performs passive monitoring of regionalized hate speech, we have a global reach and so the amount of data for any one municipality or community can be low. As a result, we've developed a hate speech intake form which can be easily and quickly installed as an iframe on any external website.
The Hatebase iframe is a single line of HTML which captures anonymized, regionalized hate speech incidents ("sightings"). These sightings can then be retrieved through the Hatebase API.
Because this is a single line of code with no local executable or server-side functionality, this iframe can be installed at zero risk to any web-connected infrastructure and does not require a time-consuming security audit.
If you encounter any problems with the iframe, or have suggestions for future enhancement, please contact us.