London attack lessons learned: Google & Facebook may be part of the problem. @sebgorka Deputy Assistant to the President of the United States.

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London attack lessons learned: Google & Facebook may be part of the problem. @sebgorka Deputy Assistant to the President of the United States.

“Tech giants including Google and Facebook have come under fire recently for not doing enough to stop extremist content being hosted on their networks.

If you are going to have an ethical statement and talk about operating in an ethical way, it actually has to mean something. That is the sort of thing that obviously politicians and others will push now,” he said.

He said the Met had a whole team that spends most of its time working to taking down extremist content, but it could not access all material.

Google, which owns YouTube, has come in for particularly heavy criticism in recent weeks after it emerged companies' advert had appeared next to videos...

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/london-terror-attack-facebook-google-wake-up-call-tech-companies-acting-met-police-commissioner-a7656131.html

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