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Awareness of a law that forbids discrimination based on skin colour, ethnic origin or religion

The chart shows the awareness of a law that forbids discrimination based on skin colour, ethnic origin or religion, %
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Content Removals under Community Guidelines vs. Removals under Network Enforcement Act - Google

This bar graph, based on data reported by Google, shows the number of posts removed because they violated Google's community guidelines and the number of posts removed under the Network Enforcement Act, split up into groups based on the grounds for removal. In general, more posts were removed under the community guidlines, especially among posts removed because they contained sexual content.
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Copyright Infringement Before and After HADOPI

This bar graph shows the prevalence of copyright infringement through peer to peer filesharing and other platforms before and after HADOPI. Although peer to peer file sharing decreased by 15%, overall copyright infringement increased by 3%.
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Cumulative suspension rate for accounts eventually suspended

These graphs shows the cumulative suspension rate across the number of days accounts survived before being suspended, for all accounts identified as being IS or Jihadi which were eventually suspended. Suspension rates began and remained much higher for IS accounts compared to other Jihadi accounts.
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Cumulative suspension rate for all accounts in database

This graph shows the cumulative suspension rate across the number of days accounts survived before being suspended, for all accounts identified as being IS or Jihadi. Suspension rates began and remained much higher for IS accounts compared to other Jihadi accounts.
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Europeans' views on whether they know where or to whom you can report illegal or harmful content on the Internet

This chart shows how well citizens know to whom to report illegal or harmful content on the Internet? 37% of population in EU15 considered that the police is the authority where they should report illegal or harmful content.
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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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Google Ads Accounts with Misrepresentation Violations (by billing country)

This table, based on data reported by Google under the EU Code of Practice against Disinformation, shows the number of Google Ads accounts whose adds violated Google's standards regarding misrepresentation, split up by billing country. The UK was listed as the billing country for the highest number of these accounts.
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Google Ads Accounts with violation of the policy "Insufficient Original Content" (by billing country)

This data reported by Google under the EU Code of Practice against Disinformation shows the number of Google Ads accounts whose adds violated Google's standards regarding original content, split up by billing country. The UK was listed as the billing country for the highest number of these accounts.
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Grounds of hatred

This pie chart, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of Conduct, shows the grounds of hatred reported for reviewed posts. Xenophobia and sexual orientation were the most common grounds for hatred, while gender identity and Afrophobia were the least common grounds for hatred.