Help Keep Watch Over Extremist Content Online

The links between terrorist and extremist content on tech platforms and real-world violence are undeniable. The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) has long been at the forefront of monitoring these online spaces and responding to content that puts users and the public at risk. Now more than ever this work is essential as terrorist and extremist groups exploit global instability and conflict to spread propaganda and disinformation.

Thanks to supporters like you, CEP is at the cutting edge of understanding the online tactics used to recruit and incite extremist followers to carry out acts of violence—and what tech companies can do about it.

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CEP produces weekly monitoring reports, analyzing how extremist groups use online platforms and the specific propaganda being disseminated by the groups themselves, along with their supporters. Additionally, our monthly Afghanistan Terrorism Report provides a comprehensive overview of recent online propaganda emanating from al-Qaeda and ISIS-K, and our monthly Sahel Monitoring report developed in collaboration with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) analyzes the activities of al-Qaeda and ISIS branches throughout Africa’s Sahel region, focusing in-part on their online activity.

We need your support to continue this vital work.

By making a donation to CEP, you can contribute to the fight against the proliferation of extremist and terrorist content online.

Support CEP today and stand with us in the fight against online extremism.

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Daily Dose

Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.

Fact:

On February 26, 2015, a Boko Haram suicide bomber detonated his explosives near a market in Biu, Nigeria, killing 19 people and injuring 20 others. A second attempted-suicide bomber was caught and beaten by a crowd before he was able to carry out his attack.

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