When you think of online hate, the first thing that comes to mind is people posting their real names online.
But there are other kinds of online attacks too, and the latest is the online hate campaign against the music industry.
The campaign is called #DanceForDance and it’s targeting the music business and its employees in the hope of causing them damage.
According to reports, it has attracted about 200,000 tweets, while hundreds of thousands have commented on the hashtag.
The campaign has been labelled “a vile, calculated, and vicious online attack” by one member of the industry.
One of the main targets of the campaign is the International Chamber of Commerce, whose member companies include major labels such as Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group and EMI.
According to the International Business Times, it claims the boycott campaign is targeting members of the music community because of the boycott of Israel.
“We have not been informed by the industry that the boycott is aimed at the entire international music industry,” a spokesperson for the Chamber of Industry said, as quoted by The Times.
The group has been involved in a series of campaigns against Israel since 2009, with several boycotts in place.
The BDS campaign has focused on Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
It also targets the Arab countries and the Gulf countries, which it claims are supporting terrorism in the region.
But it is the music world that is most targeted by the boycott, as it is dominated by Israel, and some of its biggest stars are among those being targeted.
According the Electronic Frontiers Foundation, the music sector generates about $2.5 billion per year for the world’s music industry, and according to the U.S. Chamber of Music, the industry is worth about $12.6 billion.
In a statement on its website, the International Federation of Musicians said the boycott has been a “dangerous and counterproductive tactic” and said that it “has a devastating impact on the lives of musicians and artists.”
The petition launched by the IFPM on Monday claims that the music industries’ policies in the occupied territories “have been systematically violating Palestinian and international human rights laws and are not based on sound business principles.”
It also claims that many of the artists being targeted are the most prominent in the music businesses.
The petition says the boycott was introduced as part of a larger campaign by Israeli media against Palestinian artists and music industry figures, which included a series calling them “terrorists.”
The boycott has come to be known as a “war on Palestine,” as Israel’s government considers the Palestinians to be the occupying power.