Social media groups step up action on hate speech – Financial Times


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Social media groups step up action on hate speech
Financial Times
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have significantly improved the amount of hate speech and racist material they flag up and remove from their websites, under pressure from the EU and others to take much greater responsibility for the content hosted on
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EU says social media is getting better at blocking hate speech – Engadget


Irish Times

EU says social media is getting better at blocking hate speech
Engadget
EU Commissioner Vĕra Jourová said in a press conference today that the social networks had together reviewed 81 percent of hate speech reports within 24 hours and removed 70 percent of reported posts. Last May, the four companies were managing to
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