News

  • Dec202019

    Our Work Continues

    In the summer of 2017, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube…

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  • Dec112019

    Progress for the Independent GIFCT

    At the United Nations General Assembly this past September, we…

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  • Oct172019

    Update to GIFCT Statement on Halle Statement

    Update to GIFCT Statement on Halle Shooting: Following the tragic…

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  • Oct092019

    First GIFCT statement on the shooting in Halle, Germany on October 9, 2019:

    “Following the tragic shooting in Halle, Germany today, the Global…

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  • Sep232019

    Next Steps for GIFCT

    Today, members of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism…

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  • Jul242019

    July 24 GIFCT Updates

    In summer 2017, Facebook, YouTube, Microsoft and Twitter came together…

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  • May152019

    Actions to Address the Abuse of Technology to Spread Terrorist and Violent Extremist Content

    Today, the G7 government and tech industry leaders met in…

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  • Apr112019

    Launching an updated version of Jihadology to limit terrorist exploitation of the site

    Today the academic website Jihadology.net has been re-launched and updated…

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  • Mar182019

    Industry Cooperation

    Members of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT)…

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  • Dec212018

    To Stop Terror Content Online, Tech Needs to Work Together

    Wherever we live, whatever our background, we’ve all seen the…

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  • Jun182018

    Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism: an update on our efforts to use technology, support smaller companies and fund research to fight terrorism online

    Last year, we—YouTube, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter—formed the Global Internet…

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