Several New Zealanders were active users of a now-defunct neo-Nazi message board which had its data leaked last week – including one who says they were aged 15.
The views uncovered on the site have caused concern, but Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon also said he “can’t say they are surprising”. The New Zealand Jewish Council has described them as “revolting”.
Iron March was a far-right message board and “fascist social network” which was hacked and taken down by unknown individuals in November 2017.
Last week, the site’s databases – which included user names, email addresses, private messages and IP addresses of members – was leaked online.
1 NEWS has analysed the data, and among those members are at least five whose IP addresses can be traced to New Zealand.
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