This Week In Censorship
As white supremacists take to the streets, social media companies have begun to deny them a platform online.
Winnie the Pooh, terrorist content, and sacred cows are among the content censored this week by social media platforms...
In this week’s Takedown, major platforms form an anti-terrorism agreement, while Twitter gets heavy-handed on copyright infringement.
In this week's Takedown: YouTube apologizes for censoring queer content, while Facebook mistakes anti-terror for terror.
A look at Twitter's latest transparency report and YouTube's new "restricted" mode...and more in this week's Takedown.
This week, we take a look at YouTube's latest restrictions and Twitter's takedown of more than half a million accounts.
Silicon Valley companies join forces against terrorism, one Chinese's company's quest to take censorship abroad, and more.
Censorship in Context: Insights from Crowdsourced Data on Social Media Censorship
Will Facebook's new enforcement guidelines result in more freedom of expression on the platform?
YouTube gamifies content moderation, Twitter refuses a takedown request, and more in this week's takedown.
In this week's update, we look at new features at Twitter, Facebook's block of a Wikileaks link, and more.