Tech Against Terrorism is supporting the tech industry tackle terrorist exploitation of the internet, whilst respecting human rights.

Our programme to support the tech industry.

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Helping you evaluate the risk and advise on mitigation processes

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Tech Against Terrorism is working on behalf of the UN CTED to support the global tech industry to tackle terrorist exploitation of their technologies. We are here to support smaller tech companies with guidance of best practice in protecting their users and reputation. Want to know more about working with Tech Against Terrorism? Contact us now.

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November 2021 Update

November 2021 Update Webinar Alert! For Tech Against Terrorism and GIFCT’s December webinar, we will conclude the year by looking back at…

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THE ONLINE REGULATION SERIES 2021 | UGANDA

Uganda’s Anti-Terrorism Act (2002) prohibits the organisation, supporting, or promotion of terrorism, as well as the publication and dissemination of…

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NOVEMBER 2021 UPDATE TO BRAZIL’S REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

NOVEMBER 2021 UPDATE TO BRAZIL’S REGULATORY FRAMEWORK Tech Against Terrorism first analysed Brazil’s regulatory framework in the first edition of…

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THE ONLINE REGULATION SERIES 2021 | NIGERIA

Nigeria prohibits terrorist use of the internet or the dissemination of terrorist content in statutes concerned primarily with cybercrime. Nigeria’s…

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