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September 10, 2016

Facebook mostly relies on its users to flag content that violates the company’s policies. The famous social media prohibits nudity, terrorism and hate speech on its website, including strict rules around child pornography. Facebook employs a...

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September 9, 2016

This article in the French edition of Slate, describes eGLYPH, a software technology developed by CEP and Dartmouth College Computer Science Professor Hany Farid that can quickly and efficiently detect and remove extremist images, videos and audio...

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September 8, 2016

As tech companies become more proactive in policing the ISIS propaganda, a nonprofit organization has echoed their efforts through an algorithm called eGLYPH. The algorithm according to the organization automates the removal of terrorist-related...

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September 8, 2016

This article in the German edition of Wired, describes eGLYPH, a technology developed by CEP and Dartmouth College Computer Science Professor Hany Farid that can automatically detect and remove extremist images, videos and audio, from platforms such...

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September 7, 2016

Reporter Miles O'Brien interviews Dartmouth College Computer Science Professor Dr. Hany Farid about eGLYPH, technology he developed with CEP that can find and efficiently remove extremist images, videos and audio from the Internet and social media...

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September 6, 2016

This article in Turkish publication Log, describes eGLYPH, a technology developed by CEP and Dartmouth College Computer Science Professor Hany Farid that can automatically detect and remove extremist images, videos and audio, from platforms such as...

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September 6, 2016

Governments are urging Facebook, Twitter, and Google to more aggressively remove extremist content, in the hopes of reducing the terrorist group’s influence. But the companies’ self-moderation systems have struggled to keep pace, and terrorist...

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September 1, 2016

CEP President and former U.S. Homeland Security Advisor Fran Townsend discusses the ramifications of the reported death of ISIS Senior Strategist and Spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani and Russia's claim of responsibility.

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August 31, 2016

CEP Spokesperson Tara Maller discusses the targeting of ISIS leader Abu Muhammad al-Adnani by a U.S. airstrike.

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August 31, 2016

Social media networks have too few people to monitor and shut down the volume of Islamic State propaganda accounts. Today, a Dartmouth professor has created a tool to flag violent, extremist videos and recruitment tools and keep them off social media...

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Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.

Fact:

On May 8, 2019, Taliban insurgents detonated an explosive-laden vehicle and then broke into American NGO Counterpart International’s offices in Kabul. At least seven people were killed and 24 were injured.

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