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The chart presents the main categories of dangerous counterfeit products found in small parcels 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 among these seizures, counterfeit cosmetics accounted for 42% of the global seizures of small parcels, followd by counterfeit clothing (24%) and counterfeit toys and games (24%). For some of the other categories of products displayed on the chart the value of data are approximate, determined with pixel count, as these values are not explicitely mentioned in the source. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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.
The chart presents the share of mobile users in Emerging Economies interacting with social media, based on the education level. The results show that mobile phone and social media users with more education are more likely to post on social media social media.The report uses data from to the Mobile Technology and Social Impact 2018 survey, conducted from September to December 2018, by PEW Research Center, on 11 countries. The results are based on respondents' answers to survey question Q20j: "In the past 12 months, have you used your mobile phone to post your thoughts on social media about an issue that's important to you? (yes/no)"
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 July 2020 - April 2022. Since October 2020, the data reported includes also data on vaccine-related disinformation.
The chart shows the number of accounts suspended by Twitter due to Twitter policy violations. The data shows 23% increase of the number of accounts suspended in the period January-June 2021 compared to the previous period, and 34% 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, during the period July 2018 until June 2021. The data shows that the main reason of account's suspension is the child sexual exploatation content, followed by hateful conduct and impersonation contents.
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 annual trend of the number of reviewed publications on climate and environmental science denial from 1990 to 2015, based on the results from the report "Climate and environmental science denial: A review of the scientificliterature published in 1990-2015." The data shows that there has been a steady increase in publications on climate and environmental science denial since 2010. In general, scientific denialism is the rejection of basic facts and concepts that are undisputed, well-supported parts of the scientific consensus on a subject, in favor of radical and controversial ideas. Specifically on climate science denial, a substantial body of scientific literature exists.