The conspiracist and racist content online spreads and perpetuates hatred of Jews and their faith. It has a chilling effect on these communities, and prevents Jewish people from exercising their freedom of religion and speech online.


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Failure to Protect

Social media companies are failing to act on antisemitism

Our latest report on anti-Jewish hatred shows they fail to enforce their own community guidelines against antisemitic content. Our researchers reported hundreds of racist anti-Jewish posts to social media firms using their user reporting tools. 84% were not acted upon. ​Tech companies are consciously giving a free pass to anti-Jewish hatred and the increasing threat to the Jewish community. ​Social media companies must do better. Platforms must support, hire and train moderators to remove this hate and those platforms must be held accountable if they fail to remove this hate.

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Facebook’s neo-Nazi shopfronts funding far-right extremism

Facebook and Instagram are hosting dozens of accounts that sell neo-Nazi merchandise to fund far-right extremism. Facebook has allowed them to gain 80,000 followers despite being warned about the problem two years ago. We expose the international far-right networks behind these accounts and their links to known extremists. It shows how tech giants have provided them with a platform to reach mainstream audiences and generate funding.

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