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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:

    Prevent

    Prevent

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

    Respond

    Respond

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

    Learn

    Learn

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

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    Global Network on Extremism & Technology

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

    • Mar 14 2022

      “Victims of the Holocaust”: The ‘Freedom Convoy’ Subreddits as Spaces for Antisemitism and Far-Right Radicalisation

      In its 2021 TE-SAT report, Europol explained that since the beginning of the pandemic “right-wing...
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    • Feb 24 2022

      Communication Technologies, Conspiracies, and Disinformation in Latin America: COVID-19 and Beyond

      The topic of Spanish-language misinformation and disinformation has received increasing attention in recent years, with...
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    Tech against Terrorism

    Latest news from our mentorship and knowledge-sharing partner

    • Jun 20 2022

      Reader’s Digest – 17 June 2022

      Reader’s Digest – 17 June 2022 Our mid-month review of articles on terrorist and violent extremist use of...
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    • Jun 07 2022

      Report: A Case Study in Neo-Fascist Accelerationist Coalition Building Online

      7 June 2022 To read the report, click here. We are delighted to publish our...
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    🚨Call For Papers🚨
    GNET is now commissioning papers for Year 3 and invites proposals from anyone researching terrorist use of technology. If ...interested, please find more details using the link below. Please share among your network! https://gnet-research.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/GNET-Y3-Call-for-Papers.pdf

    GIFCT activated the Content Incident level of our Incident Response Framework in response to an attack in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. We will provide ...further updates on our website: https://gifct.org/2022/06/28/content-incident-activated-udaipur-rajasthan-india-attack/

    Thank you to all who joined yesterday’s webinar on “Live-streaming of Terrorist and Violent Extremist Content: Moderation and Crisis Response”!... We had the pleasure of hearing from experts @WhiteKesa, Kristina Kirk, and @brianfishman.

    Today, GIFCT published a blog post to provide our stakeholders with information from the debrief that followed our activation of the Content Incident... Protocol in response to the perpetrator’s livestreaming of the May 14 attack in Buffalo, New York USA: https://gifct.org/2022/06/23/debrief-cip-activation-buffalo/

    Join us on June 23 for an in-depth look into how terrorist and violent extremist actors use livestreaming to increase the strategic and operational ...value of propaganda: https://gifct.org/events/

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