The Digital Services Act is coming: Important step to tackle digital violence in the EU
The EU against digital violence: In the new "Internet Basic Law", the Digital Services Act, it is agreed that users will be better protected against digital violence.
Turning point for Big Tech accountability, but EU fails to protect women
EU strikes a historic deal on the Digital Services Act: users will have more rights vis a vis Big Tech and other platforms.
The Judgement in the case Künast v. Facebook
Huge success in the case Künast vs. Facebook: Why the judgement should be read with great attention by EU institutions when negotiating the DSA
Unsatisfied and helpless: New Poll on Digital Violence shows how social media platforms are failing users
Anyone who experiences or observes digital violence on social media platforms can report it to the platforms and request removal. A new representative survey by HateAid and the Landecker Digital Justice Movement gives an insight into users' experiences reporting digital
One election – hate by the thousands
New investigation by HateAid shows that Facebook is failing to consistently remove hate speech prior to the French presidential election.
Digital Services Act: With an international petition to the EU 30,000 people call for an end to digital violence against women
30,000 people in international Petition call on the EU to end digital violence against women with the Digital Services Act (DSA).
Mixed signals in the DSA
New regulations for porn platforms secure victims of image-based sexual abuse but DSA fails to strengthen hate victims’ rights on the platforms.
Milestone: Victims of revenge porn and image abuse finally recognized in DSA
Milestone for victims of image based abuse: The European Parliament IMCO recognizes report on protection of victims in the Digital Services Act (DSA).
HateAid sets a precedent in Germany: Twitter must pay 6,000 euros financial compensation for not removing sexist insults to a user
German Court sentences Twitter to pay 6,000 euros in monetary compensation to journalist for not removing sexist insults. The sum goes to HateAid.
Digital Services Act could fail millions affected by online violence
HateAid counselling centre criticises draft of the Digital Services Act: EU Council misses its aim, courts and online platforms remain inaccessible.