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Share of Web Addresses Requested to Be Delisted (2020)

The chart shows the percentage of web addresses that have been delisted after review out of total requests received. The data cover the period 29 May 2014 to 23 April 2020. Web addresses delisting requests that are still pending review, or that require additional information in order to process, are not included in the graph. The last access date of the live chart is 24 April 2020.
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Trend in Removal Rates on Facebook Based on the Moving Averages of Percentage of Removed Cases (2017)

The chart presents the share of the reported content which was removed by Facebook, based on data collected by the International Network Against Cyber Hate. The report found that, in 2017, Facebook's monthly removal rate varied widely, reaching a maximum level in August (80%) and a minimum in May (around 40%). Overall, Facebook's removal rate trended slightly upward in 2017.
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Trend in Removal Rates on Twitter Based on the Moving Averages of Percentage of Removed Cases (2017)

The chart presents the share of the reported content which was removed by Twitter, based on data collected by the International Network Against Cyber Hate. The report found that, in 2017, Twitter's monthly removal rate has a high variation, and recorded a maximum level in February (90%) and a minimum in November (around 10%). Overall, Twitter’s removal rate shows a steep downward trend in 2017.
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Trend in Removal Rates on Youtube Based on the Moving Averages of Percentage of Removed Cases (2017)

The chart presents the share of the reported content which was removed by YouTube, based on data collected by the International Network Against Cyber Hate. The report found that, in 2017, YouTube’s monthly removal rate was highly volatile, recording maximum levels in January and April (90%) and minimum one in June (around 22%). Overall, YouTube’s removal rate has a slight downward trend in 2017.