SafeNet Project Presents 7th Fact Sheets on Continuous Monitoring

European partners are implementing a 24 month project SafeNet: Monitoring and Reporting
for Safer Online Environments.
Joining 21 partners and coordinated by INACH (International Network against Cyber Hate),
the project focuses on continuous monitoring and reporting hate speech content to the IT
companies and responsible authorities and awareness raising by regular advocacy towards
the social media companies, providing consolidated and interpreted data to national
authorities as well as running national bi-monthly information campaigns involving different
stakeholders, including IT companies, public authorities, civil society organisations and
Today we present the seventh fact sheets, presenting data and drawing conclusions on our
monitoring efforts in January 2023 – March 2024. The data we collected and analysed
indicates that Facebook is becoming increasingly less likely to remove hateful comments
reported through a regular user account, while Twitter only recently started to respond to
reports and TikTok performs the best of the tracked platforms.
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