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Number of Coronavirus-Related Shopping Offers Blocked or Removed by Google for Policy Violations (2020)
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.
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.
The chart shows the evolution of the number of organic and forwarded posts on Telegram platform, after the two interventions of Europol in October 2018 and November 2019. The results of study shows that the 2019 intervention had a profound impact on the number of posts on Telegram compared to the 2018 intervention. While the 2018 intervention showed only 15% decline in organic posts and 9.7% decline in forwarded ones, the 2019 one resulted in 95.5% decline in organic posts and 95% decline in forwarded ones.
Number of Posts on Telegram, Six Months Before and Six Months After Europol's Interventions, 2018-2020
The chart shows the evolution of the number of organic and forwarded posts on Telegram platform, after the two interventions of Europol in October 2018 and November 2019. The results of study shows that the 2019 intervention had a profound impact on the number of posts on Telegram and this impact was not short-term or temporary.
The chart presents the distribution of videos removed from TikTok, found in violation of the community guidelines, for the period July 2020 to January 2021. The report shows the efforts of TikTok to limit the spread of COVID-19 disinformation online and it is part of the European Commission's Code of Practice on Disinformation monitoring process. The data covers only four European countries: France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
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.
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.
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 Content Found by Instagram as Containing Child Nudity and Exploitation Compared to the Content Reported by the Users
This chart shows the percentage of content found by Instagram as containing child nudity and exploitation compared to the content reported by the users. The percentage reported by users is significantly lower that the one found by Instagram.