April 13, 2023

Report | Holocaust Denial and Distortion on Social Media | Yom HaShoah 2023

CyberWell took a look at Holocaust denial and distortion across social media platforms. Our research team found stark differences between platforms in how they enforce their hate speech policies. Moreover, even within the same platform, we found significant disparity between the enforcement of Holocaust denial in English versus Arabic.

April 3, 2023

CyberWell Policy Recommendations | Regarding Meta’s Policy Advisory Opinion Request: “Shaheed” and Designated Dangerous Individuals

Following Meta's request to an external Oversight Board regarding their policy of removing content containing the Arabic word "shaheed" when associated with an individual recognized as belonging to a dangerous organization, CyberWell submitted a public opinion detailing our findings and recommendations.

March 20, 2023

Annual Report | The State of Online Antisemitism in 2022

CyberWell's first annual report offers data and insights into the state of online antisemitism since CyberWell began actively monitoring the top 5 social media platforms in May 2022. From top tropes detected to comparisons between removal rates in Arabic and English and a detailed look at the most often violated social media platform policies, this deep dive offers a comprehensive look at Jew-hatred across social media.

November 22, 2022

CyberWell Alert | Online Antisemitism Spikes in Response to Ye

During October and November 2022, CyberWell identified 5 major antisemitic narratives and tropes spurring online antisemitism as a reaction to Ye’s repeated antisemitic statements. We shared tailored reports with the five major social media platforms we monitor - Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Instagram & Facebook (both Meta). Antisemitic hate crimes in the real world continue to mirror these same flagged online narratives of Jew-hatred.

November 16, 2022

Data Insights | The State of Antisemitism on Twitter

Data insights and methodology of the recently analyzed Twitter dataset, collected, vetted and provided by CyberWell to the the Adopt IHRA Coalition - a group of over 180 organizations from around the world, urging the adoption of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s working definition on antisemitism by Twitter.