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  1. Facebook and Twitter logos are seen on a shop window in Malaga

    Online firms face EU fine if extremist posts stay up over an hour

    The European Commission will propose new laws on Wednesday giving Google, Facebook, Twitter and other internet companies one hour to remove ...
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    EU urges internet companies to do more to remove extremist content

    Internet groups such as Facebook , Google's YouTube and Twitter need to do more to stem the proliferation of extremist content on their ...
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    Pakistani peace activist reported missing, police say

  4. FILE PHOTO:    A 3D-printed YouTube icon is seen in front of a displayed YouTube logo in this illus

    YouTube to expand teams reviewing extremist content

    Alphabet Inc's YouTube said on Monday it plans to add more people next year to review and remove violent or extremist content on the video platform.
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    Tech consortium flags 40,000 videos, images as extremist content

    A consortium of tech companies including Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc's Google and Twitter Inc said on Monday a database it created to identify ...
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    France's Macron to give Saudi Arabia extremist list

    French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday he would draw up a list of extremist organisations to convey to Saudi Arabia after its crown ...
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    Facebook reports progress in removing extremist content

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    Sri Lanka arrest 19 after Buddhist-Muslim violence; four injured

  9. FILE PHOTO:    A 3D-printed YouTube icon is seen in front of a displayed YouTube logo in this illus

    Google broadens takedown of extremist YouTube videos

    Alphabet Inc's Google in the last few months has begun removing from YouTube extremist videos that do not depict violence or preach hate, YouTube ...