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How extremist online videos can be important evidence

  • Aired: 09/13/2017
  • 07:57
  • Rating: NR
Aiming to remove violent and extremist content from its website, YouTube took down hundreds of videos from the Syrian war. But researchers and advocates have pushed back, claiming the company removed potential evidence of human rights violations. Former U.S. Ambassador Stephen Rapp and Issie Lapowsky of Wired Magazine join Hari Sreenivasan to discuss these concerns.
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