Google To Start Yanking Off Terrorism-Related Videos
Google, the world's biggest search engine, is worried about the increased rate of online extremism.
It is not going to fold its 'hands' while extremists continue to use its product to promote violence.
It says it will put more resources toward identifying and removing videos related to hate.
In a blog post, Google said it will nearly double the number of independent experts it uses to flag problematic content and expand its work with counter-extremist groups to help identify disturbing content.
Plans are in the works to train more people to identify and remove extremist and terrorism-related content faster.
Google Inc. said it will take a tougher stance on videos that don't clearly violate its policies, like those that contain inflammatory religious or supremacist content. That content may still appear, but with a warning.