Monday, 13 May 2019 10:41
15 April 2019 by: Grant Williams   It is no secret that terrorists have used online platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter as a means to recruit and radicalise people online. As soon as it became clear that groups like the Islamic State were actively using these platforms to recruit followers and spread propaganda, social media companies started to employ artificial intelligence (AI) technology to flag, and remove hateful content before it could spread further. As of March of this year, this software was removing more than one million accounts per day from Facebook alone. However, in the wake of the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand, it has become clear that AI tools are not picking up on far…
Monday, 15 April 2019 10:12
The Hungarian national news agency (MTI) carried an alarming news item on 28 March: ’40,000 migrants are about to set off from Turkey and Greece towards Central Europe, to be joined along the way by many more’.  The agency reported that they were gathering then and were setting off on 5 April.
Wednesday, 27 March 2019 09:02
On 15 March 2019, right-wing extremist terrorists killed 50 people and seriously injured another 48 in New Zealand. 
Monday, 25 March 2019 09:12
We recently spoke to Richard Wilson, the Director and co-founder of Stop Funding Hate, to find out more about their work.
Wednesday, 20 March 2019 13:45
Get The Trolls Out! has produced a report, authored by Dr. Verica Rupar, which looks at the first full year of media monitoring in the project.
Monday, 28 January 2019 11:34
A propaganda campaign in Hungary reached its climax in July 2017 when billboards across the country carried adverts for the latest round of the Orbán government's National Consultation. The adverts featured the head of George Soros, with the text: “Let's not allow Soros to have the last laugh!" – bearing the implication that the businessman was about to attack Hungary.
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