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In many states, terrorists' use of internet technologies is currently a critical issue. Political pressure is building for technology firms to explain more about what steps they are taking to combat terrorism and violent extremism on their platforms and to develop industry-led initiatives with concrete results. To this end, TechAgainstTerrorism is directly mandated by the UN Security Council to engage with smaller tech companies and startups to help build operational capacity and to inform the debate.

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In 2017 we are organising a series of global workshops and conferences. Through our workshops with smaller tech companies and startups we will be carrying out "needs assessments" to understand more about practical tools we can help build to support in the fight against terrorists and violent extremists using technology to further their aims.


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ICT4Peace presenting on Peace and Cybersecurity in Cyberspace at Global Parliaments Meeting (IPU) in St. Petersburg

ICT4Peace presenting on Peace and Cybersecurity in Cyberspace at Global Parlaments Meeting (IPU) in St. Petersburg ICT4Peace’s Daniel Stauffacher was…

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ICT4Peace 2nd Senior Level International Cybersecurity Policy and Diplomacy in Cyberspace for CLMV Countries held in Hanoi

ICT4Peace, in cooperation with the Vietnam Governments’s Computer Emergency Response Teams (VNCert) organised on 12 and 13 October 2017 the 2nd…

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UK Mission to UN congratulate Tech Against Terrorism at UN Security Council Meeting

During the UN Security Council Meeting on 28 September 2017, the UK Mission to the United Nations congratulated UN CTED…

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The Legal Challenges in Regulating Content, by Stuart Macdonald, Professor of Law at Swansea University

Following the terrorist attacks in Manchester and London, the Prime Minister reiterated her commitment to halting the spread of ‘poisonous…

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