Tag: Telegram

New ISD Study – Networked hate: White Supremacist activity on Telegram

A new study by London-based counter-extremism organisation, the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), looks at the connections between white supremacist and pro-terrorist channels on Telegrams. In this CARR insights piece, CARR Practitioner & Policy Fellow and ISD Senior Research Manager Jacob Davey highlights the key findings of the research and what that means for better… Continue reading “New ISD Study – Networked hate: White Supremacist activity on Telegram”

Alt-Tech & the Radical Right, Part 3: Why Do Hate Groups and Terrorists Love Telegram?

In the third part of a series looking at the radical right’s use of alt-tech, Professor Megan Squire takes a look at Telegram – and the shifting sands of technical features and content regulation on the platform. Telegram is an enormously popular social network and encrypted messaging service with more than 300 million monthly users… Continue reading “Alt-Tech & the Radical Right, Part 3: Why Do Hate Groups and Terrorists Love Telegram?”