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Percentage of Content Found by Facebook as Containing Hate Speech Compared to the Content Reported by the Users
This chart shows the percentage of content found by Facebook as containing hate speech compared to the content reported by the users, over the period October 2017 - March 2022. The percentage of content found by Facebook has significantly increased compared to the one reported at the begining of the monitoring period (2017), which let to a decrease of the share of content reported by users.
Percentage of Content Found by Facebook as Containing Spam Compared to the Content Reported by the Users
This chart shows the percentage of content found by Facebook as containing spam compared to the content reported by the users over the period October 2017 - March 2022. As the results show, almost all of the content containing spam was first found by Facebook (the percentage remains above 99.5% for the whole period).
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, from April 2019 until March 2021. Since the April 2021, the child nudity and sexual exploitation content was renamed child endangerment and includes two separate categories - nudity and physical abuse and sexual exploitations, which are monitored separately. The data shows that the percentage of the content found by Instagram improved constantly over the years, reaching 98% in the third quarter of 2021.
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, over the period October 2019 - March 2022. Since April 2020, the hate speech detection of Instagram improved significantly compared to the beginning period. However, in the first quarter of 2022, the volume of content found by Instagram declined by 3.8% compared to the same period of the previous year.
The chart presents the people perception of the accuracy of the information related climate change given by the media. The results are based on the responses of the survey question “To what extent do the news media do a good or bad job in giving me accurate information about climate change?” included in the “Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2020”. The report found that across markets around half (47%) say that the news media do a good job in providing accurate information about climate change. By contrast, the respondents saying the problem is not serious are far more likely to think the media are doing a bad job (46%) than a good job (16%). The seriousness of the climate change problem was assessed based on the answers to the survey question “How serious a problem, if at all, do you think climate change is?” (55693 respondents considered the problem “Extremely serious or Very serious”, while 6794 considered “Not very serious or Not serious at all”).
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.
The chart shows the distribution of the product categories most subject to counterfeiting and piracy, in 2013 and 2016, based on the results of the OECD-EUIPO report on illegal trade. The report shows that product categories "Footware", "Clothing, knitted or crocheted" and "Articles of leather" have the highest propensity of being subject to counterfeit and piracy.
The chart presents the distribution of the most affected products by governments' requests of removal, since 2009. The shares are calculated based on the total numbers of requests received by Google from governments since July 2009 until December 2021. 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.
The chart presents the evolution of the music industry revenue, based on the report of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), an industry group of major record labels. The results show that revenues measured at wholesale value grew 12% compared to 2017, reaching to $6.6 billion in 2018. The report considers that the main drivers for the growth of record labels’ revenue are streaming music platforms.
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 13 June 2022.