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Online Radicalization

Extremists online: How a troll becomes a terrorist

by Molly Wood Mar 21, 2019
Extremists are far too at home on social media. Who's job is it to root them out?
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What if social media treated extremist content like junk mail?

by Molly Wood Mar 21, 2019
A former Facebook policy worker says platforms have a lot to lose if they don't crack down on misinformation.
An email server shows alerts for spam, or unwanted emails, on a computer screen
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How internet 'echo chambers' lead to faster radicalization

by Molly Wood Mar 20, 2019
"Large media corporations have a duty to take on this challenge," one expert says.
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More extremists are getting radicalized online. Whose responsibility is that?

by Molly Wood Mar 19, 2019
And what can social media companies do to intervene?
The man accused of killing at least 50 Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, last week seems to be, in many ways, the ultimate example of online radicalization.
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