MPs have said Google, Facebook and Twitter of have a “terrible reputation” when it comes to removing hate speech and protecting users from abuse online.
MPs had hauled in representatives from the web giants to be hauled over the coals for failling to address online hate speech.
Labour MP Chuka Umunna accused YouTube of making advertising money from “videos peddling hate”, noting that ISIS supporters were posting videos and tagging them to run ads, meaning both the terrorist supporters and Google made cash from the content.
Google’s head of public affairs in…
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