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Home Affairs Committee
Report published. Awaiting Government Response.
The Home Affairs Committee says that social media giants like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are "consciously failing" to combat the use of their sites to promote terrorism and killings, in its report published following an inquiry that has lasted 12 months, and included visits to Glasgow, Bradford and Europol. The Committee says these networks have become "the vehicle of choice in spreading propaganda and the recruiting platforms for terrorism".
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Home Affairs Committee report on radicalisation finds failures in combatting promotion of terrorism online
Mark Rowley QPM, Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Operations in the Metropolitan Police