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Tech giants team up to fight extremism following cries that they allow terrorism - The Guardian

Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft announced Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism to focus on solutions, research and partnerships. Sam Levin in San Francisco. @SamTLevin · Email. Mon 26 Jun 2017 15.24 EDT Last modified on Mon 27 Nov 2017 ...and more »

US tech giants join forces against terror content - Phys.Org

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube announced Monday the launch of an anti-terror partnership aimed at thwarting the spread of extremist content online. The "Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism" intends to share engineering, research and ...and more »

UN welcomes major partnership initiative with tech giants to counter terrorism online - UN News Centre

A senior United Nations official has called for sustained joint efforts to combat terrorism and welcomed a partnership initiative with tech giants Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube to counter terrorism and violent extremism online. “I welcome ...and more »

Facebook, Microsoft, YouTube and Twitter form Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism - TechCrunch

Today Facebook, Microsoft, YouTube and Twitter collectively announced a new partnership aimed at reducing the accessibility of internet services to terrorists. The new Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism adds structure to existing efforts by the ...and more »

Four Tech Giants Team Up to Fight Terrorism - Fortune

Facebook, Google's YouTube, Microsoft, and Twitter said on Monday that they are forming a global forum to help combat the spread of terrorist content on their respective services. Called the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, the companies ...and more »

Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Microsoft have teamed up to fight online terrorism - Wired.co.uk

After facing multiple accusations of allowing terrorists a "safe space" online, the world's biggest tech companies are set to work together to fight extremism online. Joining forces, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube have created a new group ...and more »

These tech giants will now work together to keep terrorists off the web - Digital Trends

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube may be competing social networks and tech giants, but when it comes to stopping terrorism, the firms are on the same page. On June 26, the four companies announced the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism ...and more »

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube create anti-terror group - The Register

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube have created a super-team to tackle terrorism. The fearless foursome currently face a tricky foe: public and government sentiment that their social licence could be revoked if they don't do something about their ...and more »

Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube are taking counterterrorism online - Mashable

In a move that was foreshadowed last week in a public message from YouTube, several internet giants, including Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube, have announced the formation of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism. SEE ALSO: Theresa ...and more »

Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube announces its first step towards counter terrorism - Indialivetoday

California/US, June 27: Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube, have declared the development of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism. “The spread of psychological oppression and vicious fanaticism is a squeezing worldwide issue and a ...and more »