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The chart shows the per cent of change in the downloads of social apps in United States, from 05 to 10 January 2021. The article presents a short analysis of motives, trends and possible effects of policy changes of major social network platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Whatsapp.
The chart shows the distribution of the duration of Twitter accounts of English-language of Islamic State sympathizers. The report collected and reviewed 845646 tweets produced by 1782 English-language pro-Islamic State accounts from 15 February 2016 to 01 May 2017. In the context of the study, a user’s "duration of activity" is quantified by the number of days between an account’s first and last tweet.
Median Number of Followers, After Accounts’ Suspension of English-Language pro-Islamic State Sympathizers, 2016-2017
The chart shows the median number of followers of Twitter accounts of English-language of Islamic State sympathizers, after accounts' suspension by the platform. The results of study shows that the account’s suspension impacts the efforts to rebuild a robust followership for the English-language pro-Islamic State sympatizers after suspension.
The chart shows the evolution of the number of organic and forwarded posts on Telegram platform, after the two interventions of Europol in October 2018 and November 2019. The results of study shows that the 2019 intervention had a profound impact on the number of posts on Telegram compared to the 2018 intervention. While the 2018 intervention showed only 15% decline in organic posts and 9.7% decline in forwarded ones, the 2019 one resulted in 95.5% decline in organic posts and 95% decline in forwarded ones.
Number of Posts on Telegram, Six Months Before and Six Months After Europol's Interventions, 2018-2020
The chart shows the evolution of the number of organic and forwarded posts on Telegram platform, after the two interventions of Europol in October 2018 and November 2019. The results of study shows that the 2019 intervention had a profound impact on the number of posts on Telegram and this impact was not short-term or temporary.
The chart shows how the online misinformation about election fraud changed after several social media sites suspended President Trump and key allies accounts. The new research by Zignal Labs reported that conversations about election fraud dropped from 2.5 million mentions to 688,000 mentions across several social media sites in the week after Trump was banned from Twitter.