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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.
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.
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.
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.
Median Number of Followers, After Accounts’ Suspension of English-Language pro-Islamic State Sympathizers, 2016-2017
The chart shows the median number of followers of Twitter accounts of English-language of Islamic State sympathizers, after accounts' suspension by the platform. The results of study shows that the account’s suspension impacts the efforts to rebuild a robust followership for the English-language pro-Islamic State sympatizers after suspension.
Number Advertiser Submissions Blocked by Microsoft for Containing Disinformation About COVID-19 (2020-2021)
The chart shows the number of advertisments submissions blocked by Microsoft under their Misleading Content policy for combating COVID-19 disinformation. The data used are those reported by Microsft under the European Union Code of Practice on Disinformation and covers the period August 2020 - January 2021. The values for the period October 2020 - January 2021 include also data on vaccine-related disinformation.
The chart shows the number of accounts suspended by Google for Coronavirus-related policy violations, by type of account. The data used are those reported by Google under the European Union Code of Practice on Disinformation monitoring programme. Overall, the data shows that Germany has the highest number of accounts suspended (389 accounts), followed by France (190) and Poland (165).
The chart shows the number of accounts suspended by Twitter due to Twitter policy violations. The data shows 6% increase of the number of accounts suspended in the period January-June 2020 compared to the previous period, and 35% increase compared to the same period of the preivous year.
The chart shows the number of Twitter accounts suspended due to Twitter policy violations, by type of rule. The data shows that the main reason of account's suspension is the child sexual exploatation content, followed by hateful conduct and impersonation contents.
The chart shows the number of Coronavirus-related ads removed or blocked by Google in 2020 for policy violations. The data used are those reported by Google under the European Union Code of Practice on Disinformation monitoring programme.