Why Legal But Harmful Content Should Continue to Be Included in the Online Safety Bill

In the wake of the spike in racist abuse on social media that followed England’s loss in the final of the Euro 2020 tournament and…

03/09/2021 - Joe Mulhall
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The Radical Right and Paid-For Facebook Advertising in Germany

With an estimated 44 million users in Germany, Facebook is the most important means by which Germany’s political parties campaign online. Through the platform the…

25/08/2021 - Right Response Team
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New report: Alternative media networks and the radical right in Germany

Ahead of the German federal elections, Patrik Hermansson looks at how the far right AfD party has become the biggest source of fake news and…

25/08/2021 - Right Response Team
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Demonstranten der Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) halten am 02.09.2013 Plakate auf einer Demonstration in Düsseldorf (Nordrhein-Westfalen) hoch. Die Eurokritiker der AfD hoffen auf den Einzug in den Bundestag. Foto: Jan-Philipp Strobel/dpa +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
Alternative for Germany and far-right networks on Telegram and Facebook

In April 2020 it was announced on the Alternative for Germany’s (AfD) Facebook page that the party had joined Telegram. The adoption of Telegram happened…

30/07/2021 - Right Response Team
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