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Amount of Listings Removed as a Result of an Alleged Infringement of the Right Owners' IPR (2016-2019)
The chart presents the key performance indicators for monitoring the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding on Sale of Counterfeit Goods, over the period 2016 - 2019. The results of the report show that the platforms’ pro-active measures are the main driver for the amount of listings removed, as they accounted for 98% of the listings removed in 2019 (12% increase since 2016).
Applications for the Labelling of the Legal Offers Sent to the High Authority for the Dissemination of Works and the Protection of Rights on the Internet (HADOPI) Through Labelling or Indexing
HADOPI has drawn up a catalogue of indexed offers that do not infringe intellectual property rights. It reports this on the www.offrelegale.fr portal. This is a tool available to users to search for platforms based on their access (streaming/download) or consumption (pay-per-view/subscription) preferences. As of 30 September 2017, HADOPI has 427 cultural sites and services indexed on www.offrelegale.fr.
Awareness of a Law That Forbids Discrimination Based on Skin Colour, Ethnic Origin or Religion in Nine European Union Member States (2016)
The chart shows the level of awareness of Roma communities about a law that forbids discrimination based on skin colour, ethnic origin or religion in nine European Union member states, in 2016. European Union refes to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. The results show that, on average, only slightly more than one in three Roma women (34 %) and men (38 %) are aware of the existence of such antidiscrimination legislation in their country.
This chart shows the content actioned under their terrorism and organised hate violations on Facebook. The data shows slighly higher volume of content actioned on under terrorism violations in 2020 compared to previous years. Content actioned under organised hate violations is more recent, but it shows significant increase during 2020.
The chart shows the number pieces of content actioned under hate speech violations on Instagram. The data shows a significant increase of hate speech violations that were found and actioned on by Instagram in the last two quarters of 2020.
Content Removal Comparison: Google Community Guidelines vs. Germany’s Network Enforcement Act (2018)
The chart presents the distribution of posts removed by Google due to violations of Google's community guidelines and the Germany’s Network Enforcement Act, on the grounds for removal, for the period July - December 2018. The data shows that the majority of removal decisions are based on the platform’s private standards, as they often prioritise the compliance with their community guidelines, and not with German speech laws.
The chart shows the amount of content removed by Twitter due to Twitter policy violations. The data shows 33% decline of the amount of content removed in the period January-June 2020 compared to the previous period.
The graph shows the cumulative suspension rate for all accounts identified as being Islamic State or Jihadi by the number of days the accounts survived before being suspended (on the horizontal axis). The data shows that Islamic State accounts have had higher suspension rates compared to other Jihadi accounts. The chart focuses on accounts that were independently judged to have breached Twitter’s terms of service.
The graph shows the cumulative suspension rate for all accounts identified as being Islamic State or Jihadi by the number of days the accounts survived before being suspended. The data shows that Islamic State accounts have had higher suspension rates compared to other Jihadi accounts.
The chart shows the distribution of the content actioned under other types of violations on Facebook, from the fourh quarter of 2017 until the end of 2020. The figure excludes the content removed under fake accounts and spam content violations. The data shows that the adult nudity and sexual activity remains the main reason of removal on Facebook, followed closely by hate speech and violent and graphic content.