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The New Statesman
Every day, Theresa May's mask slips a little furtherYesterday the Home Affairs Select Committee published its report on radicalizat
Every day, Theresa May's mask slips a little further
The New Statesman / Posted 7 hours ago
Yesterday the Home Affairs Select Committee published its report on radicalization in the UK. While the focus of the coverage has been on its claim that social media companies like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are “consciously failing” to combat the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Lord Janner's family call for inquiry into child abuse claims to be delayedbe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner's family call for inquiry into child abuse claims to be delayed
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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The News and Star
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
The News and Star / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Northern Echo
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Northern Echo / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family « Shropshire Starbe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Kingston Guardian / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Bury Times
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Bury Times / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Gazette
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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guardian-series
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
guardian-series / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Harrow Times
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Harrow Times / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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This is West Country
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
This is West Country / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Gazette News
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Gazette News / Posted 18 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Express and Star
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family « Express & Starbe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 19 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Bolton News
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Bolton News / Posted 19 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 19 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 19 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - familybe cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told
Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family
Croydon Guardian / Posted 19 hours ago
be cross-examined - before they feature in the inquiry. Daniel Janner QC told the BBC he had prepared a submission for the Home Affairs Select Committee which is due to question Home Secretary Amber Rudd next month. He said: "We very much hope... Read more
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express
‘Use returning jihad brides to stop others’, says leading lawyerthe “hell” that awaits them will dissuade youngsters from travelling to Syria a
‘Use returning jihad brides to stop others’, says leading lawyer
express / Posted yesterday
the “hell” that awaits them will dissuade youngsters from travelling to Syria and Iraq. Last week a report by the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee criticised social media sites like Facebook and Twitter for being “recruiting platforms for... Read more
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chroniclelive
North Tyneside councillor slammed for sharing 'anti-Semitic' post on social mediawould be referred to their compliance unit for consideration. Last month Labou
North Tyneside councillor slammed for sharing 'anti-Semitic' post on social media
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
would be referred to their compliance unit for consideration. Last month Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was grilled by the Home Affairs Select Committee about the issue of anti-Semitism within the party. Former Shadow Cabinet Minister Chuka Umunna... Read more
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BizReport
Social media platforms failing to adequately monitor hate speechthe last 6 months alone, they largely rely on users to identify hate speech. T
Social media platforms failing to adequately monitor hate speech
BizReport / Posted 2 days ago
the last 6 months alone, they largely rely on users to identify hate speech. The report, released by the UK parliament's Home Affairs Select Committee, said major social media platforms need to take more responsibility for such material posted on... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Social media 'must stop terrorists'propaganda, but that they were trying to police billions of accounts and messag
Social media 'must stop terrorists'
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 2 days ago
propaganda, but that they were trying to police billions of accounts and messages with just a "few hundred" employees. The home affairs select committee accused US technology giants including Google, Facebook and Twitter of "passing the buck" and... Read more
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The Washington Times
Social media companies ‘consciously failing’ in fight against terrorism: U.K. reportYouTube, the social media titans are singled out by name in a report on radical
Social media companies ‘consciously failing’ in fight against terrorism: U.K. report
The Washington Times / Posted 3 days ago
YouTube, the social media titans are singled out by name in a report on radicalization released by the U.K. Parliament’s Home Affairs Select Committee this week following a year-long investigation launched to examine the recruitment efforts of... Read more
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Fortune
U.K. Lawmakers Blast Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter As ‘Recruiting Platforms for Terrorism’In a report released on Thursday by parliament’s Home Affairs Select Committee,
U.K. Lawmakers Blast Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter As ‘Recruiting Platforms for Terrorism’
Fortune / Posted 3 days ago
In a report released on Thursday by parliament’s Home Affairs Select Committee, lawmakers said major internet firms were “consciously failing” to stop groups such as Islamic State promoting violence on social media and they needed to take more... Read more
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New Kerala
Social Networking sites 'failing' to tackle extremism - newkerala.com #109871failing" to combat the use of social networking sites to promote terrorism and
Social Networking sites 'failing' to tackle extremism - newkerala.com #109871
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
failing" to combat the use of social networking sites to promote terrorism and extremism. A House of Commons report of home affairs select committee said the social media networks were becoming the "vehicle of choice in spreading propaganda and... Read more
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Brandon Sun
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremismallowing the forums to become the lifeblood of the so-called Islamic State, acc
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremism
Brandon Sun / Posted 3 days ago
allowing the forums to become the lifeblood of the so-called Islamic State, according to a report from the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee. "Huge corporations like Google, Facebook and Twitter, with their billion dollar incomes, are... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremismallowing the forums to become the lifeblood of the so-called Islamic State, acc
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremism
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 3 days ago
allowing the forums to become the lifeblood of the so-called Islamic State, according to a report from the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee. "Huge corporations like Google, Facebook and Twitter, with their billion dollar incomes, are... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremismallowing the forums to become the lifeblood of the so-called Islamic State, acc
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremism
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 3 days ago
allowing the forums to become the lifeblood of the so-called Islamic State, according to a report from the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee. "Huge corporations like Google, Facebook and Twitter, with their billion dollar incomes, are... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremismallowing the forums to become the lifeblood of the so-called Islamic State, acc
UK lawmakers urge social media companies to tackle extremism
Hawaii News Now / Posted 3 days ago
allowing the forums to become the lifeblood of the so-called Islamic State, according to a report from the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee. "Huge corporations like Google, Facebook and Twitter, with their billion dollar incomes, are... Read more
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express
Google, Facebook and Twitter are ’passing the buck' over terror threat, say MPsand lawless The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turn
Google, Facebook and Twitter are ’passing the buck' over terror threat, say MPs
express / Posted 3 days ago
and lawless The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, the Home Affairs Select Committee warned. Its report said networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are "the vehicle of choice... Read more
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NBC News
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube are 'recruiting platforms' for terrorists: Lawmakersused to promote terrorism and recruit extremists, U.K. lawmakers claimed in a r
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube are 'recruiting platforms' for terrorists: Lawmakers
NBC News / Posted 3 days ago
used to promote terrorism and recruit extremists, U.K. lawmakers claimed in a report released on Thursday. The Commons home affairs select committee, which is made up of British members of parliament (MPs), said that U.S. platforms have become... Read more
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Computer Business Review
MPs accuse social media giants of ‘passing the buck’ on extremismMPs have slammed social media companies in regards to their role in fighting te
MPs accuse social media giants of ‘passing the buck’ on extremism
Computer Business Review / Posted 3 days ago
MPs have slammed social media companies in regards to their role in fighting terrorism, with the Home Affairs Select Committee accusing social media companies of ‘consciously failing’ to combat groups promoting extremism. In the crosshairs of the... Read more
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The Register
Facebook, Twitter and Google are to blame for terrorism, say MPsterrorism and killings.” The claim comes after a year-long inquiry into the UK
Facebook, Twitter and Google are to blame for terrorism, say MPs
The Register / Posted 3 days ago
terrorism and killings.” The claim comes after a year-long inquiry into the UK's efforts into “countering extremism”. The Home Affairs Select Committee today reported its findings in a 51-page publication titled Radicalisation: The... Read more
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Scotsman
Leaders: Time to wake up to Scotland’s bottom linetime ago and its owners are obligated to deal with the resulting problems. Some
Leaders: Time to wake up to Scotland’s bottom line
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
time ago and its owners are obligated to deal with the resulting problems. Some measures are in place – but the Commons home affairs select committee report says more could be done. Social media ventures have produced rich rewards for... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the yearcritique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turnin
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the year
Manchester Evening News / Posted 3 days ago
critique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, the Home Affairs Select Committee warned. BREXIT AN ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT VICTORY, NIGEL FARAGE TELLS TRUMP SUPPORTERS Nigel... Read more
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birminghammail
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the yearcritique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turnin
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the year
birminghammail / Posted 3 days ago
critique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, the Home Affairs Select Committee warned. BREXIT AN ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT VICTORY, NIGEL FARAGE TELLS TRUMP SUPPORTERS Nigel... Read more
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chroniclelive
Morning news headlines: Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the yearcritique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turnin
Morning news headlines: Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the year
chroniclelive / Posted 3 days ago
critique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, the Home Affairs Select Committee warned. BREXIT AN ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT VICTORY, NIGEL FARAGE TELLS TRUMP SUPPORTERS Nigel... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the yearcritique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turnin
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the year
Reading Evening Post / Posted 3 days ago
critique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, the Home Affairs Select Committee warned. BREXIT AN ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT VICTORY, NIGEL FARAGE TELLS TRUMP SUPPORTERS Nigel... Read more
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walesonline
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the yearcritique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turnin
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the year
walesonline / Posted 3 days ago
critique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, the Home Affairs Select Committee warned. BREXIT AN ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT VICTORY, NIGEL FARAGE TELLS TRUMP SUPPORTERS Nigel... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the yearcritique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turnin
Five die in sea tragedy on hottest day of the year
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
critique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, the Home Affairs Select Committee warned. BREXIT AN ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT VICTORY, NIGEL FARAGE TELLS TRUMP SUPPORTERS Nigel... Read more
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New Kerala
Facebook, Twitter, Google failed to tackle terrorism: British panel - newkerala.com #109688London, Aug 25 : In the first-ever widespread criticism of US technology giants
Facebook, Twitter, Google failed to tackle terrorism: British panel - newkerala.com #109688
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
London, Aug 25 : In the first-ever widespread criticism of US technology giants and social media platforms, the British Home Affairs select committee has slammed the internet behemoths of becoming a "recruiting platform for terrorism" and "passing... Read more
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SKY News
Social Networks 'Failing' To Tackle Terroristsfailing" to tackle the problem, and leaving parts of the web "ungoverned and la
Social Networks 'Failing' To Tackle Terrorists
SKY News / Posted 3 days ago
failing" to tackle the problem, and leaving parts of the web "ungoverned and lawless", a Commons report said. The Home Affairs Select Committee warned that the popular sites are "the vehicle of choice in spreading propaganda" and have... Read more
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News.com.au
Google, Facebook, Twitter soft on Terrorcritique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turnin
Google, Facebook, Twitter soft on Terror
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
critique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, Britain's Home Affairs Select Committee has warned. Its report said networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are "the vehicle of... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Google, Facebook and Twitter 'passing the buck' over terror threat, say MPscritique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turnin
Google, Facebook and Twitter 'passing the buck' over terror threat, say MPs
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
critique. The internet has a huge impact in contributing to individuals turning to extremism, hatred and murder, the Home Affairs Select Committee warned. Its report said networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are "the vehicle of choice... Read more
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