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Average Monthly Time Spent With Prominent Italian News Sites and Some of The Most Popular False News Sites (2017)
The best performing outlet was Meteo Giornale—ostensibly a weather site, but also one that has been shown to publish false information about supposedly imminent asteroid strikes and the like. Again, this is roughly half the equivalent figure for Rainews, but very far behind the figures for La Repubblica (443.5 million minutes) and Il Corriere della Sera (296.6 million minutes).
This chart illustrates the unequal contributions of accounts to a piracy website studied by HADOPI (Haute Autorité Française pour la Diffusion des Oeuvres et la Protection des droits sur Internet). Only 14 contributors accounted for 90% of the content uploaded, showing that much of the illegal activity on the site was concentrated in a specific group of users.
Naturally, the Spanish media was the most active in terms of the number of published articles as well as the amount of online sharing. However, according to the source, Russian news media (Russia Today/Sputnik) took the fourth place.
The chart shows the per cent of respondents who use the internet who reported consuming recorded music from any illegal channel during the last year, along with the per cent of all respondents who reported doing so. The chart reveals that music consumption from illegal channels is most popular in Spain, where 35% of the total population engaged in such activity in 2017. The abbreviation "pop." stands for "population." European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
This table provides details about the number of albums and hours of listening via illegal means that respondents reported per capita (for the internet-using population) among several countries. Respondents from Spain reported illegally downloading significantly more albums than respondents from other countries.
The chart shows that contrary to some popular beliefs, the Internet does not appear to have undone collecting societies. In 2018, digital income is the leading force behind the growth of music collections, accounting for 19.1% of the total. Digital income rose by 15% over the last year and 185% since 2014.
The chart shows the locations of complaints about hate speech on online platforms based on data collected by International Network Against Cyberhate (INACH). The INACH's report found that most instances of hate speech reported in user complaints are located on Facebook, traditional websites, Twitter, or YouTube.
The chart shows the distribution of hate speech complaints on Web 1.0 platforms based on data collected by the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH). INACH's 2018 report found that the majority (almost three quarters) of all complaints of hate speech were registered on websites (Web 1.0 platforms), followed by forums and blogs.
The chart presents the distribution of hate speech complaints on Web 2.0 platforms based on data collected by the International Network Against Cyber Hate. The 2018 report found that, when it comes to social media platforms, three major players give the biggest surface to cyber hate and extremist propaganda, accounting for more than 80% of all complaints of hate speech - Facebook (40%), Twitter (21.7%) and YouTube (21.2%).