In the News
Published: May 22, 2018
Publication: Vice News
A recent report published by the Digital Citizens Alliance and the Global Intellectual Property Enforcement Center found hundreds of violent and disturbing terrorist videos, images and posts on Facebook and other social networks, including Instagram and YouTube.
“If digital platforms are unable to effectively police their own content when they are under scrutiny from Congress and state policymakers and facing serious trust issues with their users, it’s time for someone else to do it for them,” Tom Galvin, executive director of the Digital Citizens Alliance, said.
Facebook did not respond to questions about the report.