More than 100 nongovernment organizations (NGOs) and government agencies around the world help police YouTube for extremist content, ranging from so-called hate speech to terrorist recruiting videos.
All of them have confidentiality agreements barring Google, YouTube’s parent company, from revealing their participation to the public, a Google representative told The Daily Caller on Thursday.
A handful of groups, including the Anti-Defamation League and No Hate Speech, a European organization focused on combatting intolerance, have chosen to go public with their participation in the program, but the vast majority have stayed hidden behind the confidentiality agreements. Most groups in the program don’t want to be publicly associated with it, according to the Google spokesperson, who spoke only on background.
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Strangest sentence I see in your postings!
I have been meaning to ask what that word means. I've never seen it before, and cannot find a definition anywhere.
it's the dog's fault
give the guy a break, he's banging his head on the keyboard making everything a jumble. Strangest, and funniest avatar on here!
And with the Google home spy (i.e. Assistant) they can sift your ramblings even better. Just great.
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