Social media giants step up joint fight against extremist content.
Social Networking legends are doing against terrorism content.
Social media leader are forming to remove the terrorist content.
Social media giants are forming as a group.
Social Networking Leaders Combine to fight Against Terrorism Content
Social media Legends Facebook, Google YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft on Monday announced that they will create global groups to combine their efforts to eliminate terrorism content from their platforms.
Responding to pressure from governments in Europe and the United States after a myriad of militant attacks, companies have said technical solutions will share the elimination of terrorist content, research the Commission to inform its counter-speech of efforts and work more on terrorist experts.
Global Internet Forum in the fight against terrorism “formally present and future areas of cooperation between our businesses and structuring and working with smaller technology companies, civil society organizations and academics, governments and transnational organizations such as the EU and supporting the UN,” said Statement.
This move comes on the thrust of last week’s call by European Heads of State for tech companies to create industry forums and develop new technologies and tools to improve automatic detection and removal of extremist or terroristic content.
Social media Legends Facebook, Google YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft are Against Terrorism Content
Political pressure on companies, prospects for new legislation expressed at EU level, but so far only Germany has proposed a law that social networking to get 50 million euros ($ 56 million), because quickly hate real news that they do not remove. The Lower House of the German Parliament is expected to vote this week on the law.
Companies will improve technical work, such as the databases set up in December to share unique digital fingerprints that automatically assign videos or photos of extremist content.
They will also exchange best practice on content detection techniques using machine education and also define the “transparency of standard methods for reports on the elimination of terrorist content.
Facebook opened earlier this month on his efforts to remove terrorism content in response to criticism from politicians who do not do enough to stop a militant group with their propaganda and recruitment platforms.
Google also announced further steps to share YouTube video platforms shortly to identify terrorists or violent extremist content and remove it.
Social media companies said they would work with small businesses to help them with extremist content, and organizations such as the Center for Strategic and International Studies to work on ways to fight online extremism and hatred.
All four companies have initiatives to combat online hate speech, and will use a forum to strengthen efforts and a civil society organization engaged in similar work, train.