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Tech giants have found a way to fight extremism online. Is it working?

Video campaigns on social media aim to counter extremist propaganda Image: REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo

Rosamond Hutt

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Facebook, Twitter and YouTube tested three campaigns to counterbalance extremist propaganda
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Gender breakdown of Facebook reach metric across three campaigns
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