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Posts tagged with ‘Content Moderation’

  • Dec132023

    Exploit and Evade to Remain and Expand: The Cross-Platform Evasion Toolbox of Islamic State Supporters

    Introduction ‘News outlets’ named ‘Media Site,’ ‘World News’, and ‘Breaking News’ are the next generation of platform exploitation tactics by…

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  • Jul132023

    Content Moderation Through Removal of Service: Content Delivery Networks and Extremist Websites

    Introduction Kiwifarms was an internet forum known for its active targeting and harassment of trans people. In August 2022, the…

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  • Jul032023

    Falling Through the Cracks: Gender Bias in Online Counter-Terrorism and Prevention

    Introduction In Orientalism (1978), the book that shaped post-colonial studies, Edward Said tried to understand how and why colonised countries…

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  • May102023

    The Revitalisation of Christian Identity Content on YouTube, Twitter, and TikTok 

    Introduction The last five years have witnessed the revitalisation of the Christian Identity (CI) movement in the modern extremist landscape.…

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  • May032023

    The Internet Consortium for Online Safety: How Collaborative Tech, Not Legislation, Could Prevent Harmful Content Proliferation

    Introduction Countering violent extremism (CVE) in a digital context sees practitioners grappling with the enterprise of removing terrorist and violent…

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  • Feb272023

    Trends in Terrorist Use of the Internet in 2022 

    Terrorists were resilient online in 2022 and have continued to adapt their methods to ensure content remains available, such as…

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  • Dec122022

    The Cissexist Assemblages of Content Moderation 

    This Insight is part of GNET’s Gender and Online Violent Extremism series in partnership with Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre. This series…

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  • Oct312022

    Extremists are Seeping Back into the Mainstream: Algorithmic Detection and Evasion Tactics on Social Media Platforms

    As ISIS established its caliphate in 2014, its supporters flooded mainstream social media platforms to share propaganda, plan attacks, and…

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  • Sep212022

    The Role of User Agency in the Algorithmic Amplification of Terrorist and Violent Extremist Content

    There is an increasing focus by governments and certain concerned civil society initiatives that algorithms might be amplifying terrorist and…

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  • Jun152022

    Islamic State Audacity of Hope/Facebook’s Islamic State Problem 

    Islamic State material, in any form, not least its raw and explicit form, has no place on the open web.…

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