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Google takes down 90,000 YouTube videos in Q1 for terrorist content

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Google unit told a US Congress panel it spends hundreds of millions of dollars annually on content review and it manually reviewed more than 1 million suspected 'terrorist videos' on YouTube in the first three months of 2019. Google made public the letter to Congress, Reuters reports. It discloses that the manual review found 90,000 videos violated its terrorism policy.

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Countries: World
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