Google has announced a raft of new measures aimed at combatting extremist material. The internet giant has been one of several technology companies—including Facebook and Twitter— under scrutiny for how they deal with extremist content posted on their sites. Following recent attacks in London and Manchester, British Prime Minister Theresa May said that the internet and…
Four Ways Google Plans to Fight Online Extremism
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