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Fight Back Against Elon Musk

The Center for Countering Digital Hate’s research shows that hate and disinformation is spreading like wildfire on Twitter/X under Musk’s ownership and his lawsuit is a direct attempt to silence those efforts. It is straight out of the authoritarian playbook – he is now showing he will stop at nothing to silence anyone who criticizes him for his own decisions and actions.

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TikTok Parents Guide

CCDH researchers studied TikTok to understand how self-harm and disordered eating content is treated by the platform, and how frequently it appears in young users’ personalized ‘For You’ feeds. What we found was alarming. Urgent action is needed. Our Parents Guide will help provide parents and policymakers insight into the content and algorithms shaping young lives today.

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The New Climate Denial

How social media platforms and content producers profit by spreading new forms of climate denial

2023 was the hottest year on record, ever. Billions of people across the world experienced extreme heat, droughts, wildfires and major floods. Climate deniers can no longer pretend climate change isn’t happening - so they’ve changed their strategy. CCDH’s groundbreaking AI-powered research shows that New Climate Denial narratives that aim to undermine the climate movement, science and solutions, now constitute 70% of climate denial content on YouTube in 2023.

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CCDH's Global Standard for Regulating Social Media

STAR Framework

How can collective action and legislation address the dangers of online hate and misinformation? CCDH's STAR Framework draws on the most important elements for achieving this: Safety by Design, Transparency, Accountability and Responsibility.

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