A new Tech Transparency Project report shows how X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, is providing premium, paid services to accounts for two leaders of a U.S.-designated terrorist group and several other organizations sanctioned by the U.S. government.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project (TTP) published a new investigation showing that Meta approved a series of teen-targeted ads for drug parties, extreme weight loss and other harmful activities that violated its policies.
The Tech Transparency Project and the Real Facebook Oversight Board released a searchable database of donations made by Meta and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, to a broad array of colleges and universities across the United States.
A new report from the Tech Transparency Project and Anti-Defamation League details how antisemitic and white supremacist groups and their supporters use Facebook Pages, YouTube channels, and X accounts to funnel people to off-platform websites that solicit donations, sell memberships, or market hate-related merchandise.
A Tech Transparency Project report shows how white supremacists with X Premium accounts are seizing on the Israel-Hamas conflict to amplify antisemitism, Islamophobia, and broader anti-immigrant hate narratives on the platform.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report which shows that X, formerly Twitter, is allowing premium subscriber accounts to spread Hamas propaganda videos with violent images of the group’s attack on Israel.
A new review by the Tech Transparency Project (TTP) and the Anti-Defamation League examines whether major social media platforms are potentially generating profit by placing advertisements alongside search query results for hate groups and extremists.
A new TTP report outlines how Robert Bork Jr.—son of the late Republican Supreme Court nominee—has become an important weapon in Big Tech’s efforts to weaken President Biden’s tech regulators and derail bipartisan action on tech reform in Congress.
Research from the Tech Transparency Project and the Anti-Defamation League finds that algorithms driving recommendations, amplification and search engines contribute to proliferation of antisemitism and extremism.
A new TTP report outlines how former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and his proxies played a major role in shaping legislation to boost the U.S. semiconductor industry—legislation that could directly benefit Schmidt’s network of investments.