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Percentage of Content Found by Instagram as Hate Speech Compared to the Content Reported by the Users

This chart shows the percentage of content found by Instagram as containing hate speech compared to the content reported by the users. The data shows a significant improvement of hate speech detection of Instagram in the second part of 2020.
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Platforms Linked to Islamic State and Jihadist Accounts (Based on Out-Links from Twitter)

This graph shows the top 10 platforms linked to Islamic State accounts and top 10 platforms linked to other Jihadist accounts on Twitter. The data shows that YouTube was the preferred platform for both types of accounts. Interestingly, Facebook was not in the top 10 for Islamic State accounts but was number 2 for other Jihadist accounts.
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Products Affected by Government Requests of Removal (2009-2020)

The chart presents the distribution of the most affected products by governments' requests of removal, over the period 2009-2020. The shares are calculated based on the total numbers of requests received by Google from governments since July 2009 until June 2020. The data shows that the products with the most frequent government requests to remove content are YouTube, Web search and Blogger, but other products are also affected.
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Rate of Hate Speech Content Removal Across ICT Companies (2018)

The chart presents the distribution of hate speech content removal by the ICT companies, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. The data shows that out of the platforms participating in the Code of conduct, YouTube now has the highest rate of removal, while Twitter has the lowest. Facebook and YouTube have increased their rates of removal significantly, while Twitter's increase has been less dramatic.
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Rate of Hate Speech Content Removal Across ICT Companies (2019)

The chart presents the distribution of hate speech content removal by the ICT companies, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. The fifth monitoring exercise shows that out of the platforms participating in the Code of conduct, Facebook has the highest rate of removal, while Twitter has the lowest. Instagram significantly decreased its removal rate, and Youtube has also registered a drop of its removal rate. Overall, the fifth monitoring exercise shows that the Code of conduct continues to bring positive results when it comes to illegal hate speech removal across social medial platforms.
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Rate of Notifications Reviewed Within 24 Hours Since the Launch of the Code of Conduct

This graph, based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct, shows how tech companies have increased the percent of notifications which are reviewed within 24 hours. Among the platforms participating in the Code of conduct, Facebook showed the highest rate of review within one day, while Google+ the lowest. The average rate of review has increased from 40% in December 2016 to 88% in December 2018.
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Rate of Posts’ Removals by Social Media Platforms Across European Union Countries

The chart shows the percent of reviewed posts which social media platforms removed in each of four monitoring periods, by European Union member state. The results are based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. Removal rates ranged from as high as 100% to as low as 0%. European Union refes to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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Rate of Posts’ Removals by Social Media Platforms Across European Union Countries (2019)

The chart shows the per cent of reviewed posts which social media platforms removed in each of five monitoring periods, by European Union member state. The results are based on data reported by social media platforms participating in the European Commission's Code of conduct. Removal rates ranged from as high as 100% to as low as 0%. European Union refes to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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Reporting Organisations or Copyright Owners Who Have Submitted or Been Cited in the Most Requests

The chart shows the reporting organisations or copyright owners who have submitted or been cited in the most requests. The date of the extraction of the current values from the live chart of Google is 31 May 2021.
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Share of Fake Accounts and Spam Content Actioned on Facebook (2017-2020)

The chart shows the share of fake accounts and spam content actioned on Facebook, from the fourh quarter of 2017 until the end of 2020. While these two violations remain the main reasons of removal of content on Facebook, the data shows that the other types of violations (such as adult nudity and sexual activity, child nudity and sexual exploitation, bullying and harassment, dangerous organisations, hate speech, and violent and graphic content) have also increased during this period.