Hundreds of new items of extremist content being created daily online
- 27% of content includes violent, distressing or incitements to commit terrorist attacks
- Spikes in activity seen around key acts of terrorism
- UK company behind the artificial intelligence technology used to detect illegal content for leading social networks
The amount of terrorist propaganda and extremist content being posted online, especially on social media platforms is a growing global issue. Now, a UK headquartered company has been identified as being behind the technology that is being used by global social networks to detect hundreds of pieces of new terrorism-related content created online each day.
If the Devil wears Prada, what do fashion activists wear? Certainly not fur…
We don’t have the luxury of living in the here and now at Crisp. We’re always looking to the future to make sure we protect our clients from the latest threats, before they even happen. To do this we need the very best technical minds on board today, and that’s why we’re at Leeds Digital Jobs Fair 3.0 this Friday, 28th April 2017.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- March 27, 2017: Today Crisp announces an online advertising service for customers designed to combat misplaced ads that lead to brand erosion. As companies withdraw online ads for fear of them being served against extremist or inappropriate content, Crisp launches a new online advertising audit service that gives global brands complete certainty that their ads will not appear next to offensive content or fund terrorism.
At Crisp we like to meet new people and hear new stories, so last week some of our team attended StartUp Grind Global Conference 2017 in Redwood City, California.
Crisp Thinking CEO and Founder Adam Hildreth will speak about current and emerging social media risks at the next PwC Data Forum in London. The event, on Monday December 5, will see Adam discuss escalating issues like illegal & offensive content, scams, trolls, security risks & more.
As the counterfeit goods market starts to grow rapidly across social media, an overwhelmed luxury industry is struggling to come to terms with this complex online problem.
With London Fashion Week officially kicking off tomorrow, online counterfeiters are poising themselves to emulate the hottest trends and latest designs debuting as part of this weekend’s Spring/Summer 2017 collections.
Rio 2016 has been a reminder to brands that not even the divine powers that be can protect you from IP infringements. Earlier this month a tweet by Pope Francis received an automatic reply from a since-suspended account @official_rule40 saying he was violating ‘Olympic Guidelines’.