Big Tech Would Censor A Dog For ‘Misinformation,’ Yet Ignore Reported Anti-Semitism On Their Platforms

Watchdog group claims Big Tech has turned a blind eye to anti-semitism

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Antisemitic posts reported to social media companies in accordance with their guidelines are ignored, a leading watchdog has warned.

A report by the International Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) found a “serious and systematic failure to tackle antisemitism” by large social media companies including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok.

Posts that were reported to the companies included conspiracy theories that blamed Jews for the COVID-19 pandemic or referred to the community as the “Illuminati” or “New World Order”.

It found that “platforms were particularly poor at acting on posts that denied or minimised the Holocaust, with 80 per cent of such posts receiving no enforcement action whatsoever”.

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