By Aleksandra Kuczerawy The European Commission is encouraging Internet intermediaries to take up more proactive stance in fighting illegal content online. Voluntary measures may lead, however, to the loss of a liability exemption offered by the E-Commerce Directive. The Commission attempts to convince the intermediaries that this would not be the case, and discusses the…
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Procès Ansar al-Haqq : le djihad médiatique compte-t-il pour 50% du combat ?
Par Laurence Bindner Le procès des administrateurs du forum Ansar al-Haqq s’est déroulé au Tribunal de Grande Instance de Paris les 4, 5 et...Read
How Social Media Users in Kyrgyzstan are Turned into “Extremists”
By Elnura Alkanova Since the 2000s, social networks have been widely used both as platform for like-minded users and an instrument for spreading information and...Read
#Dundalk: Breaking News and the Far Right
By Niamn Kirk, Eugenia Siapera, Gavan Titley Since ‘news tickers’ first began to crawl along the bottom of our television screens, ‘breaking news’ has become...Read
The EU Commission on Voluntary Monitoring: Good Samaritan 2.0 or Good Samaritan 0.5?
By Aleksandra Kuczerawy The European Commission is encouraging Internet intermediaries to take up more proactive stance in fighting illegal content online. Voluntary measures may...Read
‘Understanding the Impact of Media Terrorism Reporting: A Front Line Practitioner’s Perspective’ Workshop held in Stockholm
On 12 November, a workshop on ‘Understanding the Impact of Media Terrorism Reporting: A Front Line Practitioner’s Perspective’ was held in Stockholm, Sweden at...Read
Assessing Europol’s Operation Against ISIS’ Propaganda: Approach and Impact
By Laurence Bindner and Raphael Gluck On April 27 2018, a Europol press release announced that new action was underway to disrupt ISIS’ ability to...Read