Facebook has made claims that it refers to international sanctions lists when working to remove terrorist content from their sites. However, researchers at the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) have discovered that U.N.-designated persons and...
Tumblr, the social media and blogging platform, is a haven for extremists, whether they support ISIS or violent neo-Nazi groups. The website, purchased by Yahoo for $1.1 billion in 2013 and now owned by Verizon subsidiary Oath, recently gained...
On 2 February 2016, representatives of tech giants Google, Facebook, and Twitter appeared in front of the U.K. Parliament’s Home Affairs Select Committee as part of its Countering Extremism Inquiry.
CEP Applauds White House Outreach to Tech Industry in Effort to Prevent Online Incitement and Radicalization
Clear need for tech companies to act to prevent extremists’ weaponization of online platforms (New York, NY) -- The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) today applauded the Obama Administration for reaching out to America’s leading technology companies...
The modern culture of the West tends to promote tolerance and respect for individuals, including those in immigrant or minority ethnic communities, no matter how illiberal their worldview, as long as they are not violent. Thus, while Western...
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- Ambassador Mark D. Wallace
- The “P2P (Peer to Peer): Challenging Extremism”
CEP CEO Ambassador Mark D. Wallace was one of the judges for the first "P2P (Peer to Peer): Challengng Extremism" competition, won by Missouri State University, which bested finalists Curtin University of Perth, Australia and Mount Royal University...
The Internet has been a game changer in many ways. A globalizing force, the Internet has helped to break down the barriers between people who would have otherwise never connected. But just as fire that warms can also burn, the Internet has been used...
Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.
On October 21, 2017, a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the Marshal Fahim military academy in Kabul, killing at least 15 military cadets and wounding four others. The Taliban claimed responsibility.
CEP on Twitter
New: Former Chicago college student, Thomas Osadzinski, convicted Monday for designing computer code to help ISIS b… https://t.co/3qec4wUjzB
In Kongsberg, Norway, ‘a town rattled by bow-and-arrow killings ponders terrorism and mental illness’ https://t.co/zbf2M9VFTQ
“Ministers have failed to act on any of the official recommendations for tackling the rise of extremism in Britain.… https://t.co/WSziONC3vC
Ali Habi Ali, the London-born suspect in the stabbing death of British parliamentarian David Amess, had allegedly s… https://t.co/YvioaQPekl
Amess is the second British lawmaker to be killed in the past five years. Labour MP Jo Cox was killed by a white su… https://t.co/sT2PB2QCV2
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