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Google Has Announced A Plan To Fight ISIS… With Targeted Ads


“Google says it will also take a stance on videos that contain ‘inflammatory religious or supremacist’ sentiments: They’ll put warnings on those videos and make them harder to find.”

Knowing Google, and knowing the way things are going, they’re much more likely to put those warnings on pro-freedom, anti-jihad videos than on any jihadist productions. It’s the war against free speech in the age of jihad.

“Google Has Announced A Plan To Fight ISIS… With Targeted Ads,” by Samantha Kummerer, Newsy, June 19, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

Google has a plan to redirect potential ISIS recruits away from the terrorist group and its message.

The “Redirect Method” targets potential recruits with online ads that actually send them to curated anti-terrorist videos. The method uses targeted keywords — just like business advertisements do — to show the ads to people who searched for extremist content….

The four-step plan would up Google’s use of technology to help identify and remove extremist content. It would also add humans to fine-tune that identification process.

Google says it will also take a stance on videos that contain “inflammatory religious or supremacist” sentiments: They’ll put warnings on those videos and make them harder to find.

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