YouTube announces four new steps that it's taking to combat extremist content
4 monthes ago - By The Verge
In recent months, social media platforms have been under under pressure to do more when it comes to hosting content that promotes violent extremism and terrorist propaganda. In an op-ed published today in Financial Times , YouTube has outlined four new steps that it's taking to confront extremist activity on its platform.
In the op-ed, Kent Walker, the senior vice-president and general counsel of Google, writes that YouTube has been working with various governments and law enforcement agencies to identify and remove this content, and has invested in systems that help with that task...
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YouTube steps up fight against extremist, terrorist videos - CNET
4 monthes ago - By CNET
The video giant will try new ways to identify and remove such videos, prevent people from making money off them and redirect potential terrorist recruits.
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