Dr. Hany Farid, Facebook, Deepfakes||CEP Staff
Company’s Latest Policy Still Inadequate For Tackling Misinformation
The Turner Diaries, white supremacy, anti-Semitism||CEP Staff
Researchers at the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) found that on January 8, an extreme right-wing user of a chan imageboard advocated violence in response to t
Extremism online, Online Extremism||CEP Staff
Impetus For Combatting Online Extremism Increases As Terrorists Grow Increasingly Sophisticated
Telegram, white supremacists, David Ibsen||CEP Staff
“Loosely Enforced” Rules Against Far-Right Contradicts Action Against ISIS Content
YouTube, David Ibsen, Section 230||CEP Staff
Rhetoric Contradicts Tech’s Efforts to Lobby Against Legislation and Failure to Abide by Existing Policies
NetzDG, Online Extremism, Tech Regulation||CEP Staff
Enacted in 2018, Germany’s pioneering and ambitious Network Enforcement Act (NetzDG) represents an important milestone in curbing online extremism. However, the law, which fines online platforms for failures to delete illegal content, has been a frequent target of misleading arguments promoted by the tech companies that oppose it.