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Feedback Provided by Online Platforms to Different Types of User (2019)

This chart shows the per cent of feedback provided by online platforms to different types of users (general user or trusted flagger/reporter). The results are based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. The data shows that platforms have higher rates of providing feedback to trusted flaggers compared to the ones to the general users, with differences varying between 4.6% (Facebook) and 46.3% (Twitter). One of the European Commission's conclusions included in the fifth monitoring exercice is that online platforms must improve their feedback to users'notifications.
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Feedback Provided to Different Types of User by Social Media Platforms

The chart 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 Country)

The chart shows the number of Google Ads accounts with adds violating Google's standards regarding misrepresentation, by billing country. The data used are those reported by Google under the European Union Code of Practice against Disinformation. The results show that Germany is the billing country for the highest number of these accounts. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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Google Ads Accounts With Violation of the Policy "Insufficient Original Content" (by Country)

This data reported by Google under the European Union 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 United Kingdom was listed as the billing country for the highest number of these accounts.
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Government Requests Addressed to Google to Remove Content by Type of Reason (2018)

Governments contact Google with content removal requests for a number of reasons. Government bodies may claim that content violates a local law, and include court orders that are often not directed at Google with their requests. Both types of requests are counted in this report. Google also includes government requests to review content to determine if it violates Google's product community guidelines and content policies.
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Grounds of Hatred Reported by Social Media Platforms

The chart shows the grounds of hatred reported for reviewed posts, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. Xenophobia and sexual orientation were the most common grounds for hatred, while gender identity and afrophobia were the least common grounds for hatred.
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Grounds of Hatred Reported by Social Media Platforms (2019)

The chart shows the grounds of hatred reported for reviewed posts, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. Sexual orientation and xenophobia were the most common grounds for hatred, while religion, race and national origin were the least common grounds for hatred.
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Number of Data Users Disclosures Requests, by Reporting Period (2019)

Google discloses the number of user data requests from government authorities alongside the total number of users/accounts specified in those requests in six-month increments, subject to certain limitations. Google began by reporting on the number of users/accounts requested in the first half of 2011.
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Opinions About Organisations Responsible for Combating Fake News or Disinformation

This chart shows the distributions of finding of of a special Eurobarometer survey, conducted in December 2019. The respondents were asked which of the above-mentioned should be responsible for combatting fake news or disinformation and were allowed to select more than one option. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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Opinions About Possible Measures Taken by the Public Authorities to Address Fake News or Disinformation

The chart shows the distribution of the responses to the question “In your opinion, which of the following measures should be taken by public authorities to address fake news or disinformation?" of the participants to in the Special Eurobarometer survey conducted in December 2019. The question allows responded to select more than one answer. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.