The British newspaper The Times published Friday a report entitled " Jihadis flee to Ingrid after a campaign against them against Facebook ."
The report , written by the technology editor of the paper, reveals that more than 50,000 accounts of people who support the ideology of the Da'ash organization have been identified on the Entangram website, which is interpreted by the reporter as a form of migration of radical jihadists to this image-based medium, Purge them against Facebook, YouTube and Twitter .
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The report notes that supporters of terrorist groups around the world are using images and "stories" that disappear after 24 hours at the Intgram site to spread their propaganda increasingly, according to a major research study.
The revelation comes after a warning at the UN General Assembly meeting, British Prime Minister Theresa May and other European leaders of Facebook, Google and other major social media and information technology companies that they would face large fines if they failed to remove radical content in two hours .
The report notes that experts have warned that the members of the organization "Dahesh" and their supporters switched from the use of social media key to secondary communication platforms disappear from the publications shortly after, as well as the use of messaging applications to disseminate their propaganda.
The report concludes that the data analysis company, Ghost Data, has evaluated 50,000 accounts on the Intgram website, which is believed to be linked to Daqash, and revealed that the feature that allows users to place images, videos and texts and share them with others has been used to spread "jihadist propaganda."
The newspaper reveals that some of the material that I saw, such as a video clip of children waving the information of the organization and a picture of the body of a headless man was written "infidel".
The research says that at least 10,000 accounts on the ING site have "very strong links" with terrorist groups.[/size]