Twitter suspended 377,000 accounts for pro-terrorism content
accounts in the second half of 2016 for encouraging terrorism.
on March 21, 2017 that publishes data on appeals Twitter has received from the
government and other legal bodies to monitor content on its social platform.
terrorism-related content, only two percent were based on the request by
government requests to remove data.
by ‘internal, proprietary spam-fighting
in combating violent radicalism in its transparency posts since the company commenced
publishing the reports in 2012.
between August 2015 and December 2016.