TechCrunchJuly 27th, 2021

ActiveFence comes out of the shadows with $100M in funding

ActiveFence, an Israeli startup focused on detecting online harm and malicious content, has announced $100 million in funding. The funding comes from two rounds: a Series B led by CRV and Highland Europe, and a previously undisclosed Series A led by top Israeli venture capital firms Grove Ventures and Norwest Venture Partners. The startup has developed algorithms powered by AI and natural language processing to proactively search the internet for malicious content and campaigns. ActiveFence’s customers include social media platforms, gaming companies, marketplaces, and other technology firms, covering billions of users collectively. The company plans to use the funding to further develop its tools and expand its customer base.

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