YouTube broadens effort to remove extremist videos
November 15, 2017
YouTube is expanding its crackdown on extremist videos by now removing content that does not show violence or explicitly advocate hate.
The move is a large shift from the company’s former policy of only removing the most egregious extremist content from its platform.
Read more at: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/360309-youtube-expands-extremist-video-removal-policy-report
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