Monitoring & Dedeating Antisemitism Online
Recent events such as the terrible shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh are a clear reminder that Antisemitism is not just still present but a resurgent and critical problem. The global village created by the ubiquity of the internet and social media has inadvertently created a breeding ground where Antisemitic and hateful discourse can fester unhindered and has fashioned a subculture that encourages individuals to take their hate offline and commit real world violence.
The Online Antisemitism Task Force (formely They Can't) is the only organization solely dedicated to reporting and removing Antisemitic and hateful content from all corners of the web. Our platform is trusted by Facebook and other social media giants and has led to the removal of over 75,000 hateful videos, rants and comments over the past several years.
We run an extensive and dedicated global crowd-reporting community of over 100k
who report hateful content in multiple languages including:
English Arabic French GermanOVER 80,000 HATEFUL CONTENT REMOVED:
Since 2013, the Task Force has removed more than 80k
hateful accounts, posts, memes, videos and other content generating from sources such as: Antisemites Terrorists Hate Groups
TRUSTED PARTNERS & ADVOCACY:
While we continue to remove hateful material, we must simultaneously get to the source of the problem and help governments, academics, NGOs and tech firms themselves to better understand these issues.