How to effectively report inappropriate content to a social channel

Reporting contentSocial media moderation teams and managers can find themselves faced with content that poses a real risk to their online community. Whether it is a threat from a vulnerable user, graphic or sexualized image, cyberbullying or a sexually inappropriate comment, the team will expect intervention from the social channel to ban the user, remove the content or help a vulnerable user.

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14 million new fraudulent social media scams posted a day

data Privacy Blog image - Analytics.jpegCrisp Labs, our research division, has revealed new statistics that confirm the growing problem of fraudulent content on social media. There are a staggering 14 million scams on Facebook a day (that’s 165 per second), and written posts aren’t the only source of fraud. Instagram, that has 80 million photos uploaded a day, is also seeing a huge amount of content with malicious intent.

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How To Protect Your Facebook Page From Risky Content Using Crisp

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These days on social media, good or bad content can go viral at the drop of a hat. A post that may seem irrelevant at first, can quickly go viral, reaching tens, if not hundreds of millions of people in a matter of hours. For you and your team, protecting your brand and reducing your online risk is not always easy to manage in such instances. 

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US Banks Rank Social Media as 6th Biggest Risk

Social media risk rocketed up the agenda at financial services brands in 2015 according to the 'Banking Banana Skins 2015' report from the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) and PWC. Banks are in the process of rebuilding public trust and risk managers are increasingly aware of how comments spread on social media can damage reputations. 

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