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Posts tagged with ‘GIFCT’

  • Mar162022

    A Review of International Multi-Stakeholder Frameworks for Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism Online

    In the last ten years, there has been a significant increase in multi-stakeholder forums working to create self-regulatory practices for…

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  • Jun212021

    Far-Right in the Global South: Adapting and Applying Tech Policies Locally

    In the run-up to the 2020 US presidential election, Facebook prepared for the potential spreading of disinformation and election-related violence…

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  • Jun092021

    A Proprietary Solution to GIFCT’s Consolidated List Problem

    In 2017, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Microsoft formed the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (“GIFCT”) “to formalize the existing…

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  • May172021

    Defining the Delta Between Hashed Terrorist Content and All Terrorist Content

    Terrorists and violent extremists (“VE”) have “exploit digital platforms” to share intelligence, recruit, and disseminate ideology. The Global Internet Forum…

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  • Sep042020

    Balancing Online Content Moderation and the Rule of Law

    Heated debates have continued to spring up around the world focusing on the growing role of technology companies in moderating…

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