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    The vision of the GIFCT is to prevent terrorists and violent extremists from exploiting digital platforms.

    The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism brings together the technology industry, government, civil society, and academia to foster collaboration and information-sharing to counter terrorist and violent extremist activity online.

    GIFCT’s strategic planning and programming centers on three pillars:



    Equipping digital platforms and civil society groups with awareness, knowledge, and tools to develop sustainable programs to disrupt terrorist and violent extremist activity online



    Bringing together key stakeholders to mitigate the impact of a terrorist or violent extremist attack



    Supporting cutting-edge, practical research efforts at the intersection of extremism and technology

    Research and Resources from our Core Partners
    Global Network on Extremism & Technology

    Recent insights, reports, and digests from our academic research arm

    • Jul 08 2021

      Current and Emerging Threats by Violent Extremists: Results of the Online CENS Expert Survey

      The Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS) designed an online expert survey, primarily to...
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    • Jun 22 2021

      Extremism Unmasked

      Early analysis in 2020 raised two points, the COVID-19 health restrictions would likely have an...
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    Tech against Terrorism

    Latest news from our mentorship and knowledge-sharing partner

    • Jul 27 2021

      Announcing Tech Against Terrorism’s Newest Members

      We are pleased to welcome and Tumblr as the newest members of Tech Against Terrorism. We...
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    • Jul 26 2021

      Tech Against Terrorism launches guidelines on transparency reporting

      Tech Against Terrorism is delighted to launch the Tech Against Terrorism Guidelines on transparency reporting...
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    Thanks to @GIFCT_official's Dir. of Technology
    @tgthorley for moderating our last Summit discussion with panelists @ellanso, @vidhya_ra, ...@eSafetyOffice, & @Boring_AI.

    Learn more about @GIFCT_official's tech innovation efforts here:

    Thank you to everyone who contributed to the '21 GIFCT Global Summit. Whether you attended a session, added expertise to a Working Group, joined ...membership meetings, spoke on a panel, or engaged with outputs, you’ve moved us closer to fulfilling our mission #GIFCTGlobalSummit21

    Great to be able to share an overview of the Transparency Working Group's discussions! Check out the output from all 6 multistakeholder Working ...Groups on the GIFCT's website ⬇️

    Meaning of content depends on context, and automation is not always good at assessing that wider content - Emma Llanso on machine learning panel.

    Great to join colleagues to discuss the work of the Legal Frameworks working group - you can read our report on the GIFCT site now.

    GIFCT’s work ...brings a range of challenges & multistakeholder participation is vital to building lasting solutions. Thanks to all who participated!

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