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Recent high-level controversies surrounding YouTube clearly demonstrate the online universe and freedom of speech are not on the same page. The platform says it wants to ban extremism. It is probably fair to say that most would agree on this. The problem is how YouTube defines this concept.
CrossTalking with Mitch Feierstein, Julio Rivera, and Jennifer Breedon.
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