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Canada targets online extremism in new initiatives with Google, Twitter, FB, Microsoft

Thursday 27 June 2019 | 09:47 CET | News
The money will go towards the creation of digital repository that will notify smaller companies –with small resources- when new terrorist content is detected. This will enable them to remove that content more quickly. One of the points of the Christchurch Call to Action was to support small platforms, as they build capacity to remove terrorist and violent extremist content.  

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Facebook / Google / Microsoft / Twitter
Countries: Canada
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