ISIS accounts spread more content before getting suspended by Twitter compared with other eventually suspended accounts

Topic: Incitement to Terrorism
Source: Measuring the Impact of ISIS Social Media Strategy, by Majid Alfifi, Parisa Kaghazgaran, James Caverlee, and Fred Morstatter
Type: Problem
Sub type: Prevalence of incitement to terrorism
Years: 2015
Geographical: Global
Method: Data collection
This graph shows the fraction of suspended users who were able to tweet 10, 100, 1,000, or more times before being suspended. Based on data collected from Twitter, this chart shows that ISIS accounts seem to successfully tweet more posts before being suspended, compared to the entire population of suspended accounts.