Author archive for GIFCT

  • May222020

    Update on Glendale, AZ Shooting

    The GIFCT has now concluded its Content Incident Protocol (CIP), which was activated following Wednesday’s shooting in Glendale, AZ. To…

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  • May212020

    CIP declared following Glendale, AZ, shooting

    At 9:00 PM Pacific time on Wednesday, May 20, the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT) activated its Content…

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  • May212020

    10 Days left to apply for GIFCT Working Groups

    Applications remain open until May 31 for those interested in joining the GIFCT’s substantive working groups, which will offer advice…

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  • Apr242020

    Launch of GIFCT Working Groups

    Last year, we announced that the GIFCT would become an independent organization, incorporated as a 501(c)(3) and headed by an…

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  • Feb082020

    GIFCT Statement on Thailand Shooting

    On Saturday, February 8, 2020, a soldier shot and killed at least 20 people at a shopping mall in Korat,…

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  • Dec202019

    Our Work Continues

    In the summer of 2017, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube came together to form the Global Internet Forum to Counter…

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  • Dec112019

    News: Progress for the Independent GIFCT

    At the United Nations General Assembly this past September, we announced that GIFCT would become an independent organization in order…

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  • Oct172019

    Update to GIFCT Statement on Halle Statement

    Update to GIFCT Statement on Halle Shooting: Following the tragic shooting in Halle, Germany, on Wednesday October 9, the Global…

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  • Oct092019

    Incident Response: GIFCT statement on Halle, Germany Shooting

    “Following the tragic shooting in Halle, Germany today, the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT) has activated a Content…

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  • Sep232019

    Next Steps for GIFCT

    Today, members of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT) are meeting with government leaders, led by New Zealand…

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