Transcript for New Threat From Social Media May Be Fueling ISIS
We turn now to an ABC news exclusive tonight the new threat from social media. Fueling crisis and by one count 90000 messages and videos from crisis on social media every day. We know that like turned killer pledge to or allegiance to license on FaceBook around the time of the attack. ABC senior justice correspondent here Thomas spoke exclusively with Homeland Security secretary Jay Johnson. Asking him what he would say to the leaders of FaceBook Google. When you meet with executives whose social media companies like FaceBook Twitter. And YouTube what are you asking them to do. I'm asking them to partner with community leaders in the Muslim community. To give them in the orchard platform for their message to give them in orchard platform any larger microphone for the counter message. Here's what is now Lott and others a lot of concern about social media being used as a major tool for ice as he reached out. To some of the nation's top tech companies YouTube Twitter and FaceBook and what do they tell you tonight. Yes David the companies say they have a zero tolerance policy. FaceBook told us there is no place for terrorists on FaceBook. We work aggressively to ensure that we do not have terrorist or terror groups using the site and we also remove any content that praises or supports terrorism. YouTube told us it rejects terrorism and has a truck strong track record of taking swift action against terrorists content. And while Twitter did not give us a statement it pointed us to guidelines would say they uses are not allowed to promote violence hearing. David your Thomas wood is exclusive with secretary Johnson tonight Peter thank.
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