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|" Terrorist and extremist content is being removed from the internet at a rate of nearly 300 pieces every day Rasul Douglas Eagles Jersey , new figures have revealed.
A national unit established to target the material has seen its workload surge dramatically following the rise of Islamic State, which has assembled a vast online propaganda machine.
Statistics released by Scotland Yard as police launched a new drive, calling on the public to flag up terror-related material they encounter on the web Sidney Jones Eagles Jersey , showed that:
:: The Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit (CTIRU) has prompted the removal of more than 160,000 pieces of extremist or terrorist material since it began work in 2010.
:: Removals have risen from less than 2,000 in 2012 to 55 Derek Barnett Eagles Jersey ,556 in 2015 - or around 1,000 a week - meaning more than a third of the total volume taken down to date was wiped out in a single year.
:: In the first three months of this year 26,479 pieces were removed - equivalent to 291 a day. If this rate continues Kids Carson Wentz Jersey , the total for 2016 would exceed 100,000.
:: The number of reports about material from concerned members of the public has also increased, reaching nearly 3 Kids Isaac Seumalo Jersey ,000 last year.
The dedicated unit instigates the removal of content such as terrorist propaganda videos, pictures of beheadings, bomb-making instructions and speeches calling for racial or religious violence.
Once an item has been identified Kids Jordan Hicks Jersey , the CTIRU sends the internet service provider an advisory note, seeking its removal.
The capacity of IS - also known as Daesh - to exploit the internet to broadcast its activities and message is a major challenge for security services around the world.
The Met said: "" There has been a rise in the amount of extremist and terrorist material online being removed, which is attributed to a range of factors including the proliferation of Daesh propaganda Kids Nelson Agholor Jersey , communities becoming more willing to report material and counter terrorism policing's proactive approach in tackling it.""
In response to the escalating threat the number of staff and officers working within the CTIRU has been increased this year.
Today police forces around the country are appealing for internet users to report harmful extremist and terrorist content when they see it online, while the unit is embarking on a 36-hour operation to secure the removal of material as quickly as possible.
People can flag material they suspect is extremist or terrorist by clicking on a red ""stop"" button on police and partner websites which takes them to a short, anonymous form.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball Kids Mack Hollins Jersey , Senior National Coordinator for Counter Terrorism Policing, said: ""Tackling extremist material is important to protect the public and prevent offences that incite or promote terrorism and extremism.
""The internet and social media provide many opportunities for those with extreme views to target young or vulnerable people and their methods are constantly evolving, from using new phone apps to hijacking popular hashtags in order to reach wide audiences.""
She added: ""Police depend on information from the public in our efforts to help keep us all safe and we are asking anyone who has concerns about online content to report it by clicking the red STOP Terrorists and Extremists Online button.""
Minister for Internet Safety and Security Baroness Shields said: "" I applaud the world-leading work of the police Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit and would urge the public to report terrorist and harmful extremist content when they see it.""
" " Bayern Munich edged Werder Bremen 2-0 to clinch a spot in the German Cup final by courtesy of Thomas Mueller' s brace on Tuesday.
BERLIN， April 19 (Xinhua) -- Bayern Munich edged Werder Bremen 2-0 to clinch a spot in the German Cup final by courtesy of Thomas Mueller' s brace on Tuesday.
The German giants ousted the ""Green-Whites"" in the semi-finals as Mueller' s double strike keeps Bayern' s treble dreams alive. Pep Guardiola' s men will clash with either Borussia Dortmund or Hertha Berlin， who will encounter on Wednesday.
Both sides staged an evenly balanced opening period as Bayern Munich were unable to threat Werder Bremen' s well positioned defence. However， as the match progressed the ""Bavarians"" took over to break the deadlock with thirty minutes into the game after Xabi Alonso' s corner kick into the box found Mueller， who nodded past Bremen goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald.
Despite the setback Bremen kept it bowling. Jannik Vestergaard missed a promising chance for the visitors before Bayern defender David Alaba cleared the ball into the wrong goal. Nevertheless， own goal by the Austrian international was cancelled though as Fin Bartel' s fouled the defender during the clearance process.
Bremen gained momentum and pressed Bayern into defence but the goals were scored at the other end of the pitch， as Janek Sternberg' s challenge past Arturo Vidal inside the area was enough for referee Tobias Stieler to give a foul play penalty for the hosts. Mueller stepped up sending Wiedwald into the wrong corner to guide Bayern Munich into the 21st German Cup final of the club' s history.
""I can be proud of my team. At the beginning of the second-half they played very well. My team staged a brave performance overall but Bayern is Bayern，"" Bremen' s coach Viktor Skripnik said.
""We knew that is going to be very difficult to play against Werder Bremen. They played very brave today，"" Bayern coach Pep Guardiola said.
Hertha Berlin host Borussia Dortmund in the Olympia stadium on Wednesday to battle for the last German Cup final berth.
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