Press Releases

GPAHE Testifies Before U.S. House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs 

We Must Do More To Stop Domestic Violent Extremist Groups From Recruiting Veterans

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Wendy Via and Heidi Beirich Talk With Nobel Peace Prize Winner Maria Ressa

GPAHE’s Wendy Via and Heidi Beirich sit down with Maria Ressa and Rafal Pankowski on April 7, 2021 to discuss how social media undermines democracies.

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GPAHE Statement Regarding Facebook Whistleblower

Frances Haugen, a former data scientist at Facebook, is the latest employee of the tech giant to courageously come forward to share her experience. She provided documents that allowed the Wall Street Journal to publish..

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Statement on White House National Security Council’s Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism

White supremacist violent extremism is an international scourge and the greatest terrorist threat facing the United States. The U.S. government should have recognized this danger to our country and to that of many Western countries..

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Global Project Against Hate and Extremism Statement on Facebook Decision to Extend Trump Suspension

There’s no question that Trump’s online hateful rhetoric, disinformation campaigns and calls to incite violence — allowed by Facebook’s loopholes for the politically powerful and lifted up for years by the company’s algorithms..

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GPAHE Statement On Facebook Oversight Board Decision

Today, the Facebook Oversight Board made the recommendation to temporarily continue Trump’s suspension. They kicked the decision back to Facebook who should have taken responsibility from the beginning.

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Major Human Rights and Internet Watchdog Organizations Sign On to Demands for #AuditFBIndia

In early August, The Wall Street Journal published an exposé of Facebook India, with evidence that Ankhi Das, the head of Public Policy at Facebook, India, South and Central, exhibited political bias by suspending the community..

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