On July 19, 2007 MEMRI held a briefing on Capitol Hill focusing on Jihadist Websites hosted in the U.S. At the briefing, the new MEMRI Public Service Guide was introduced. The MEMRI PSG is a service offered to Internet Service Providers to submit Arabic-language websites that they are hosting for verification that they are not jihadist.
The event also produced MEMRI's Civic Action for a Jihad-Free Internet (CAJFI) initiative. MEMRI informs ISPs about the jihadist material they are hosting and promoting, and a committee comprising high-level distinguished individuals advises them to remove it. Experience has shown that the ISPs – who have no idea who and what they are hosting – are more than willing to remove them when informed of the content. ISPs have negligible financial incentives to host these websites.