This report, released ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day 2024, explores contemporary challenges of online Holocaust denial and distortion with contributions from five authors affiliated with ISD’s Coalition to Counter Online Antisemitism.
This is the English translation of our report examining anti-abortion activity in France across social media platforms. The investigation aims to better understand the actors, narratives and tactics used to spread, amplify and monetise anti-abortion discourse.
This study analyses the behaviour of the German-speaking far right within, and across, a variety of online platforms from 2021 to 2023.
An intro to AI's intersection with focus areas covered by ISD's Digital Policy Lab (DPL), including key concepts, challenges, and solutions. Informed by research and informal interviews, it contributes to policy discussions within the DPL and beyond.
This report is the English translation of the summary of the expert conference "In the Blind Spot - Right Wing Extremists on Alternative and Established Platforms", which took place in Berlin in September 2023.
This report examines the spikes in misogynistic and abusive content on social media during 2022 following nine significant US-based events which either featured high-profile women and/or were relevant to the public conversation about women's rights.
This research project is the first landscape study of the online ecosystem where mis- and disinformation and conspiracy theories thrive in Ireland.
In this report, part of the series Uisce Faoi Thalamh, we examine how online platforms are used to produce, promote and contribute to the circulation of mis- and disinformation in Ireland.
The final installment of Uisce Faoi Thalamh provides an in-depth narrative analysis of the leading topics of discussions within this mis- and disinformation ecosystem in Ireland.
This analysis produced by ISD for Ofcom explores the scale and nature of ‘plausibly hateful’ English-language content collected from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit and 4chan.