Social media giants have been accused of doing nothing to stop hosting Jake Davison’s hatred video before Jake Davison’s rampage.
Davison posted a YouTube clip detailing his obsession with guns and his details Hatred for women..
They were finally taken down after yesterday YouTube said He violated that policy of conduct.
Tory Damian Collins welcomed the move, but said, “They need to properly audit his interests and the groups with which he is involved.”
Former Tory leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith added: “Internet companies should be responsible for shutting down all Internet related incidents in the event of a police incident.
“It should be policed and taken out.”
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Interior Minister Priti Patel said this fall that the new law would address the “huge problem” of online activity, sedition and radicalism.
YouTube states: “Our heart is directed at those affected by this horrific event.
“There are strict policies to prevent our platform from being used to incite violence.”
Davison’s Facebook account has also been deleted.
Social media giant accused of doing nothing to stop the hatred rant of Plymouth murderer Jake Davison
SourceSocial media giant accused of doing nothing to stop the hatred rant of Plymouth murderer Jake Davison