Welcome to Volume 6 Issue 1 of the VOX-Pol Newsletter. The VOX-Pol Network of Excellence for Research in Violent Online Political Extremism reached five years in December 2018; a huge thanks to everyone who has contributed along the way. The project has been given a one-year extension to December 2019 by the European Commission. In…
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New VOX-Pol Report: How Extreme is the European Far Right?
VOX-Pol is pleased to present a new report in the VOX-Pol publication series, titled How Extreme is the European Far-Right? Investigating Overlaps in the...Read
Contenus Terroristes sur Internet: Le Futur Règlement Européen en Question
Par Laurence Bindner et Raphael Gluck, co-fondateurs de JOS Project Au cours de l’année 2018, alors que Daech recule de plus en plus sur...Read
Innocent Users Have the Most to Lose in the Rush to Address Extremist Speech Online
By Jillian C. York and Eliot Harmon Internet Companies Must Adopt Consistent Rules and Transparent Moderation Practices Big online platforms tend to brag about...Read
What can we learn from the online response to the Halle terrorist attack?
Summary Since the Christchurch attack great efforts have been made to coordinate tech sector response to content incidents however more work is required to coordinate behaviour...Read
Using Twitter as a Data Source: An Overview of Social Media Research Tools (2019)
By Wasim Ahmed This post builds upon the 2015, and 2017 editions of this post, captures key trends and events which are shaping social...Read
Violent Misogyny, Mass Murder and Suicide: It’s Time to Save Incels from Themselves
Incels are a danger to society and to themselves. Technology has made the problem worse, but it can also help fix it. Involuntary celibates,...Read