The Management of Terrorist Content: How Al Qaeda Texts Continue to Evade Facebook and YouTube Detection

This briefing paper highlights Al Qaeda content available on YouTube and Facebook and exposes the continued gaps in the companies’ ability to identify and remove content, which they have committed to doing.

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Extracts From ISD’s Submitted Response to the UK Government Online Harms White Paper

On 8th April 2019, the UK Government’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) released its much-anticipated Online Harms White Paper, setting out a range of proposed legislative and non-legislative measures to tackle online harms ranging from illegal (e.g. terrorist content) through to harmful but not necessarily illegal online behaviour.