Social media culpable in ignoring antisemitic posts

The Center for Countering Digital Hate reported that 84 percent of antisemitic content endured online even though users had flagged them. (The Hill, August 2, 2021, by Alexandra Kelley)

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube and TikTok had the capacity to act but choose not to. The companies did not take action on 89 percent of the antisemitic conspiracy theories, 80 percent of posts denying the Holocaust and 70 percent of the posts with neo-Nazi and white supremacist images. (NPR, August 2, 2021, by Deepa Shivaram)

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