Protecting Online Communities from Violent Hate.
The Online Hate Task Force is an interfaith initaitive dedicated to making the internet safer for people of different faiths by seeking out, monitoring, and actively removing hateful and violently inciting content targeting religious groups from the Internet.
Advocate Governmental Policy Makers on Hate Speech Policy
Remove Hateful and Violent Content and Accounts
Advise Social Media Companies on Hate Speech Trends and Policy
Contribute to Public Discourse on Internet Hate and Incitement Trends
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Hate speech, incitement to terror, and radical rhetoric have been on the rise in recent years, spreading across the internet and social media networks. Religious groups of all kinds are all too often the target of this malicious online behavior.
For the most part, tech companies are unaware or unwilling to fully address this threatening trend. Traditional watchdog groups are not technically equipped to wage this battle.
That's where we come in.
We are dedicated solely to proactively seeking out, monitoring, and actively reporting online hateful content to remove it from the web. The Task Force runs an extensive global, dedicated, crowd-reporting community who report hateful and dangerous content.
We believe that collaboration is the key to combating online hate. Today, the Task Force is a trusted partner of major social networks including YouTube and Facebook, and actively works to inform major web platforms of what can be done to combat online antisemitism.
We run an extensive and dedicated global crowd-reporting community of over 100k who report hateful content in multiple languages including:
Hateful Content Flagged and Removed
Social Media Accounts Shutdown
Founder and Director
Legal and Regulatory Advisor
Islamophobia Program Manager
Dr. Annaléa Vincent
Extremism & Law Enforcement Expert