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Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and others unite to fight the far-right

An “alliance” formed by some of the world’s biggest technology companies – the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism – has announced that it will begin fighting white supremacist groups and far-right militias, as Reuters says.

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and others unite to fight the far-right

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and others unite to fight the far-right

This ‘alliance’ includes companies such as Facebook, Microsoft , Twitter, and Google (YouTube) and was created in 2017 to combat terrorist groups such as the Islamic State, which used digital platforms for their propaganda and recruitment campaigns.

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