Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET)

PRIF is the European core partner for the Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET), the academic research arm of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT). GNET started its work in summer 2020.

GNET aims to better understand the ways in which extremists use technology. Its goal is to promote rigorous academic research which produces policy-relevant outputs aimed at guarding against real world harms. The International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR), based at King’s College London, convenes the initiative and its global network of scholars. Besides ICSR and PRIF, the core members of GNET are the Program on Extremism (PoE; George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA), the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS; S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore), and the Lowy Institute (LI; Sydney, Australia).

More Information on GNET

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Researching Extremist Content on Social Media Platforms: Data Protection and Research Ethics Challenges and Opportunities | 2021

Sold, Manjana/Junk, Julian (2021): Researching Extremist Content on Social Media Platforms: Data Protection and Research Ethics Challenges and Opportunities, London, UK: Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET), www.gnet-research.org/(...).

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Counter-narratives – curse or blessing? | 2020

Sold, Manjana (2020): Counter-narratives – curse or blessing?, PRIF Blog, 27.7.2020.

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A New Wave of Right-Wing Terrorism | 2020

Ahmed, Reem/Fielitz, Maik (2020): A New Wave of Right-Wing Terrorism, PRIF Blog, 23.6.2020.

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Social Media as a Mirror of External Circumstances: Insights into the Perception of a Radical Group | 2020

Moeller, Mika Josephine (2020): Social Media as a Mirror of External Circumstances: Insights into the Perception of a Radical Group, PRIF Blog, 10.6.2020.

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The Great Divide? The Online-Offline Nexus and Insights from Research on the Far-Right in Germany | 2020

Schmidt-Kleinert, Anja (2020): The Great Divide? The Online-Offline Nexus and Insights from Research on the Far-Right in Germany, PRIF Blog, 25.5.2020.

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Early Warning? Opportunities and Limitations of Automated Internet Monitoring | 2020

Pelzer, Robert (2020): Early Warning? Opportunities and Limitations of Automated Internet Monitoring, PRIF Blog, 14.5.2020.

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Salafist Groups’ use of Social Media and its Implications for Prevention | 2020

Abay Gaspar, Hande (2020): Salafist Groups’ use of Social Media and its Implications for Prevention, PRIF Blog, 28.4.2020.

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The Amalgamation of Virtuality and Reality in Radicalisation Processes | 2020

Sold, Manjana (2020): The Amalgamation of Virtuality and Reality in Radicalisation Processes, PRIF Blog, 23.4.2020.

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Web Scraping Social Media: Pitfalls of Copyright and Data Protection Law | 2020

Golla, Sebastian/Müller, Denise (2020): Web Scraping Social Media: Pitfalls of Copyright and Data Protection Law, PRIF Blog, 15.4.2020.

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Web Scraping Social Media: Legitimate Research or a Breach of Contract? | 2020

Golla, Sebastian/Müller, Denise (2020): Web Scraping Social Media: Legitimate Research or a Breach of Contract?, PRIF Blog, 9.4.2020.

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The Visual Culture of Far-Right Terrorism | 2020

Bogerts, Lisa/Fielitz, Maik (2020): The Visual Culture of Far-Right Terrorism, PRIF Blog, 31.3.2020.

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What Makes Far-Right Rhetoric so Dangerous? | 2020

Marcks, Holger/Janina, Pawelz (2020): What Makes Far-Right Rhetoric so Dangerous?, PRIF Blog, 24.3.2020.

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Partners

International Center for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR)
International Center for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR)
www.icsr.info
Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS)
Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS)
https://www.rsis.edu.sg/research/cens/
Program on Extremism (PoE)
Program on Extremism (PoE)
https://extremism.gwu.edu/