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20 Nov 2018

Facebook & Twitter allegedly taking insufficient action to stop spread of hate speech & misinformation through their platforms

Facebook and Twitter continue to attract attention and concern over the spread of hate speech and misinformation on their platforms, which has been linked to discrimination and violence.

In November 2018 we invited Facebook and Twitter to respond to a blog piece, Tech companies’ inability to control fake news exacerbates violent acts. The companies' responses are linked below.

Company Responses

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