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Policymakers and the public have rightfully demanded the removal of neo-Nazi, white supremacist, and far-right content from the Internet following the horrific Christchurch, New Zealand mosque murders that were livestreamed on Facebook and subsequently re-uploaded countless times to a variety of
Facebook, Twitter, Compliance, David Ibsen||CEP Staff
Billions in Earnings Show Industry Can Bear Cost of Regulatory Compliance
Facebook, New Zealand Massacre, David Ibsen||CEP Staff
Delayed Reactionary Policy Represents Latest Attempt to Stem Controversy, Meant to Preempt Meeting With Australian Government
New Zealand, Facebook, Dr. Hany Farid||CEP Staff
Company’s Promises to do More to Combat Hate Speech, Re-Uploads of Known Terrorist Material are Again Proven Meaningless
Facebook, NetzDG, Germany||CEP Staff
Germany’s Efforts to Hold Facebook Accountable Concerning Privacy Run Into Same Problems as Online Extremism
Anwar al-Awlaki, ISIS, Facebook, Soundcloud, Rocketchat||CEP Staff
CEP Reports Findings Regarding Extremist Content Online