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Number of Web Pages containing Adverts or Links to Child Sexual Abuse Material
The chart provides information on the number of web pages containing adverts or links to child sexual abuse imagery, according to the age of children. The data shows an increase of these web pages in 2019 by 26% compared to 2018 and by 70% compared to 2017.
Objects Most Often Attacked by Disinformation or Manipulation on the Internet in Poland (2019, in Polish)
The chart illustrated the results of a 2019 survey that looked at the perception of Polish internet users towards the most often objects targeted by disinformation or Internet manipulation. The results showed that Poles identified the government and central institutions and opposition parties as the subjects most often targeted by this type of attacks. On the other hand, the least targeted objects were the ethnic or national minorities or the army.
Online and Offline Sales of Counterfeit Dangerous Goods in the European Union
The chart presents the distribution of online and offline sales of dangerous counterfeit products in EU in the period 2017-2019, based on the OECD and the European Union Intellectual Property Office report "Dangerous Fakes: Trade in Counterfeit Goods that Pose Health, Safety and Environmental Risks," published in March 2022. The report shows that while online sales represented 60% of global seizures of dangerous products destined to the EU, when it come to seized value, it amounts to only 11% of global seized value. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
Online Media Polarisation Score (2017)
The chart presents the polarisation scores for the countries where the left–right distinction is meaningful, as shown by the Reuters Institute report. The data shows that polarisation amongst the most popular online news brands is highest in the United States, followed by Italy, Spain and Poland. Nordic and Western European countries exhibit lower degrees of polarisation. The results are based on answers to the the survey questions "Q1F. Some people talk about ‘left’, ‘right’, and ‘centre’ to describe parties and politicians. With this in mind, where would you place yourself on the following scale?"and "Q5b. Which of the following brands have you used to access news ONLINE in the last week?"
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.
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.
Overall Trust in News Media (2017)
The chart presents the level of trust in the news media across countries, as shown by the Reuters Institute report. The research suggests that the vast majority of news people consume still comes from mainstream media and that most of the reasons for distrust also relate to mainstream media. The results show that highest trust is found in affluent Northern European and Scandinavian countries as well as Portugal and Brazil, while Central, Southern, and Eastern European countries tend to be at the other end of the scale, along with some Asian countries where media are considered to be too close to government. In Greece and South Korea less than a quarter of respondents (23%) agreed that you could trust the news most of the time. The results are based on answers to the the survey question "Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements. - I think you can trust most news most of the time/I think I can trust most of the news I consume most of the time"
Overview of the Number of Reported Items by Platform in Germany (2018)
The chart presents the data reported by tech companies under the Germany’s Network Enforcement Act about the number of items reported and removed in 2018. The data do not account for other removals based on other types of complaints, referrals, or injunctions.
Per cent of Videos Taken Down for Extremist Content by Views at Takedown
The chart shows that the fraction of removed videos which receive less than 100 views before being removed has increased significantly and consistently since the first quarter of 2017. As the original source does not provide explicit data, this chart presents approximate values.
Percentage of Active False Posts With No Direct Warning Label
The chart shows the percentage of posts in Reuters Institute's sample rated as false that were still active and did not have a clear label at the end of March 2020 (Twitter: (N=43; YouTube: N=6; Facebook: N=33) out of the total number of posts on each platform in the sample (Twitter: N= 73; YouTube: N= 22; Facebook: N=137).