Introducing Offline/Online: A Series of Infographics Demonstrating How Offline Inequities Are Replicated Online
People in marginalized communities who are targets of persecution and violence—from the Rohingya in Burma to Native Americans in North Dakota—are using social m...
...before this when content was removed from Facebook users got a notice saying it had been flagged as inappropriate or that it somehow violated terms of service, indicating that the takedown came from another user’s report. Location-based blocking of videos and content for political reasons has usually come from the government via DNS-based blocking or similar practices, never from social media companies themselves.
Marianne Diaz Hernandez
Offline/Online is a series of Onlinecensorship.org data visuals exploring how content moderation practices by social media companies impact marginalized communi...
This resource answers frequently asked questions and provides background information on various issue areas, including fake news, hate speech, and censorship of...
Censorship in Context: Insights from Crowdsourced Data on Social Media Censorship
Unfriending Censorship: Insights from four months of crowdsourced data on social media censorship