Tech Against Terrorism welcomes two new members 


We are pleased to welcome Pinterest and Justpaste.it as the newest members of Tech Against Terrorism. We have had the pleasure to support them throughout their participation in the Tech Against Terrorism Mentorship Programme, and look forward to continuing to work with them to counter terrorist use of the internet whilst respecting human rights and freedom of expression. We will continue to support Pinterest and Justpaste.it in strengthening each platform’s approach to countering violent extremism and terrorism online. 

In joining our membership, Pinterest and Justpaste.it have signed the Tech Against Terrorism PledgeOur Pledge is based on internationally recognised norms and aims to promote responsible industry practices with regards to online counterterrorism efforts and ensuring that the protection of human rights and counterterrorism efforts are complementary and mutually reinforcing goals.


Pinterest and JustPaste.it on joining the Tech Against Terrorism Membership

“Pinterest is proud to announce its Tech Against Terrorism membership, highlighting our commitment to ensuring the safety of our platform, while continuing to foster a positive and inclusive place that brings inspiration to all our users.”
– Sarah Bromma, Head of Policy, Pinterest

“Support from Tech Against Terrorism is a significant factor in JustPaste.it efforts to combat spread of harmful content on the platform. Industry cooperation is crucial in this area and TAT helps smaller entities to join combined efforts by providing them with necessary support.”
– Mariusz Żurawek, Founder & Owner, JustPaste.it


Interested in joining the Tech Against Terrorism Membership and benefiting from bespoke support in countering the terrorist and violent extremist threat faced by your platform, whilst respecting human rights? You can reach out at [email protected]