File photo dated 09/05/15 of a man using YouTube, as Mayor of London Sadiq Khan urged the site to step up efforts to remove extremist content after it refused to take down four violent videos, flagged by concerned police, showing gang members threatening rivals and describing killing methods.
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Social media networks accused of saying ‘fine words’ on issue but not doing enough about it.
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The Telegram messaging app logo is seen on a website in Singapore November 19, 2015. The mobile messaging service Telegram, created by the exiled founder of Russia’s most popular social network site, has emerged as an important new promotional and recruitment platform for Islamic State. REUTERS/Thomas White
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