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Tech giants pledge to limit online terror content

The News Articles Wednesday, 15 May 2019 ()
Tech giants pledge to limit online terror contentSymbol copyright EPA Symbol caption New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron have introduced the “Christchurch Name” 5 world generation corporations have pledged to restrict terrorist subject matter on-line. Fb, Amazon, Google, Twitter and Microsoft will broaden shared equipment to stumble on and take away terrorist or extremist content material amongst different …
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