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Evidence of War Crimes Vanishing From Social Media

2019-11-01 12:00:00| TechNewsWorld

A controversy has erupted over YouTube's practice of taking down videos with graphically violent content, which also may be evidence of recent war crimes. YouTube's policy -- similar to other social media platforms -- has been to remove content that contains hate speech, disinformation or disturbing images. In the past, social media services have been called out for failing to do enough.

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