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This segmented bar graph shows the number of respondents who report having used file sharing services to upload or download content never or at least once. Respondents in Bulgaria were the most likely to report having use these services at least once, while respondents in Germant were least likely to do so.
This bar chart shows the number of survey respondents who said that social media is their main source of news in a survey conducted by Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Among EU countries represented here, this response was most common among participants from Portugal and least common among participants from Finland.
This graph shows the results of a survey on harassment experienced due to Roma background in 2016 (%)
ISIS accounts spread more content before getting suspended by Twitter compared with other eventually suspended accounts
This graph shows the fraction of suspended users who were able to tweet 10, 100, 1,000, or more times before being suspended. Based on data collected from Twitter, this chart shows that ISIS accounts seem to successfully tweet more posts before being suspended, compared to the entire population of suspended accounts.
This bar chart, based on data reported by Twitter under the EU Code of Practice against Disinformation, shows the number of ads on twitter targeting each EU member state which came from non-certified accounts between April and May 2019. Ireland was targeted by the most ads of this kind.
This bar chart, based on data reported by Twitter under the EU Code of Practice against Disinformation, shows the number of ads on twitter targeting each EU member state which were rejected under Twitter's Unacceptable Business Practices Ads Policy between in May 2019. The United Kingdom was the target of the most rejected ads.
This bar graph, from the think tank European Values, illustrates the high number of engagements connected to clearly anti-EU articles connected to the Vote Leave campaign and to RT and Sputnik. This illustrates the high level of engageent Russian disinformation organizations had in the UK in the months leading up to Brexit.
This grap shows the number of failed, foiled or completed terrorist attacks from 2014 to 2017
This chart shows the distribution of complaints about hate speech online based on data collected by INACH, the International Network Against Cyberhate. INACH's 2018 report, "The State of Cyber Hate," found that the most common types of hate speech reported in user complaints are Racism and Anti-Semitism. The least common types of hate speech are Anti-Ziganism and anti-religious hate for religions other than Islam.
This bar chart shows the objects Polish respondents believed were most often the subject of online attacks using disinformation or manipulation in 2019. Polish respondents were most likely to identify the government and central institutions and opposition parties as subjects of attacks and least likely to identify ethnic or national minorities or the army as targets.