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Feedback provided to different types of user

This bar graph shows the percent of users who reported posts who received feedback regarding their report on various social media platforms. Facebook was most likely to provide feedback to normal users and to trusted flaggers. All of the platforms were more likely to provide feedback to trusted flaggers than to normal users.
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Rate of notifications reviewed within 24 hours since the launch of the Code of Conduct

This graph, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of Conduct, shows how tech companies have increased the percent of notifications which are reviewed within 24 hours. Among the platforms participating in the Code of Conduct, Facebook now has the highest rate of review within one day, while Google+ has the lowest. The average rate of review has increased from 40% in December 2016 to 88% in December 2018.
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Rate of removals per European Union country

This column chart, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of Conduct, shows the percent of reviewed posts which social media platforms removed in each of four monitoring periods, split up by EU country. Removal rates ranged from as high as 100% to as low as 0%.
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Ratio of removal rates on all major online platforms

This bar chart shows the percent of reported content which was removed by online platforms based on data collected by INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate. INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that Instagram and Forums (as a whole) were most likely to remove flagged content, while Google+ was by far least likely to do so.
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Removals per online platform, %

This bar chart, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of Conduct, shows the percent of reviewed posts which social media platforms removed in each of four monitoring periods. Among the platforms participating in the Code of Conduct, YouTube now has the highest rate of removal, while Twitter has the lowest. Facebook and YouTube have increased their rates of removal significantly, while Twitter's increase has been less dramatic.
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Trend in removal rates on facebook based on the moving averages of percentage of removed cases

This graph shows the percent of reported content which was removed by Facebook based on data collected by INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate. INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that Facebook's removal rate varied widely from month to month in 2017, reaching a maximum of roughly 80% in August and a minimum of roughly 40% in June. Overall, Facebook's removal rate trended slightly upward in 2017.
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Trend in removal rates on twitter based on the moving averages of percentage of removed cases

This graph shows the percent of reported content which was removed by Twitter based on data collected by INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate. INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that Twitter's removal rate varied widely from month to month in 2017, reaching a maximum of roughly 90% in February and a minimum of roughly 9% in November. Overall, Twitter's removal rate trended downward in 2017.
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Trend in removal rates on youtube based on the moving averages of percentage of removed cases

This graph shows the percent of reported content which was removed by YouTube based on data collected by INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate. INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that YouTube's removal rate varied widely from month to month in 2017, reaching a maximum of roughly 90% in January and April and a minimum of roughly 22% in June. Overall, YouTube's removal rate trended slightly downward in 2017.