How 'hashing' Could Stop Violent Videos From Spreading

How 'hashing' could stop violent videos from spreading

Nearly 18 hours after a terror attack that killed 49 people at a mosque in New Zealand on Friday, footage from the shooting remained live on YouTube and Facebook.

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