Join us for the first webinar of the TCO Cluster
The FRISCO project along with sibling projects, that form the TCO Cluster, jointly organise the first webinar dedicated to raising awareness about the Terrorist Content Online and how to prevent it.
The webinar will be held online on Wednesday 11 October 2023, 10:00AM CEST and is hosted by sibling project ALLIES.
Register today and join us online! https://www.alliesproject.com/event-registration-terrorist-content-online-tco-how-to-prevent-it/
|10:00 – 10:05
|Introduction to the webinar and expected results
|10:05 – 10:20
|TCO Cluster Presentation – ALLIES, FRISCO and TATE Presentation: background and objectives
|10:20 – 10:40
|LEAs Perspective – strengths and difficulties in applying the TCO regulation and in detecting and removing terrorist content online from the LEAs
|10:40 – 11:00
|HSP Perspective – strengths and difficulties in applying the TCO regulation and in detecting and removing terrorist content online from the Host Service Providers
|11:00 – 11:15
|How ALLIES tech solutions/technologies are envisioned to assist LEAs/HSPs.
|11:15 – 11:30
|Questions and discussion
|Final remarks & Closing session
About the webinar
Terrorists and violent extremists are increasingly trying to find new ways to exploit the internet. The growth of terrorist propaganda to recruit and inspire attacks is a risk to us all.
To combat the threat, the European Union introduced new regulations (2021/784) to stop the spread of terrorist content online (TCO). Hosting Service Providers are particularly subject to these new rules and are liable to high financial fines if they do not comply. This webinar will explore how tech companies offering services in the EU can comply with the new rules, and how they can stay within the law with help from law enforcement agencies and the utilisation of AI-based disruptive technologies. The webinar will also consider ethical implications as tech companies balance their obligations with the need to earn the trust of its users.
A few words about the TCO Cluster: The Terrorist Content Regulation (TCO) cluster aims to inform small and micro-hosting providers about the new regulation on terrorist content online and what their new obligations are. Tools will be created to report and immediately remove the content while respecting human rights and fundamental freedoms.