How Hamas uses Telegram to spread terror and war propaganda

Adam Hadley, chief executive of Tech Against Terrorism, a group that combats extremism online, said: “We all know that Telegram is fundamental to the terrorist content ecosystem. However, we’ve tolerated it over the years because of low levels of awareness. What changed with this [attack] is we’re talking about hundreds of thousands of people knowing about particular channels ... all of a sudden it becomes a broadcast medium.”

The Times, 20 October 2023

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