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Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Some of the world's biggest advertisers could be splurging again on social media after boycotting Facebook, Twitter and Youtube for weeks. As part of a deal, the social media giants have agreed to crack down on hate speech in exchange for assurances from the World Federation of Advertisers that major corporations will resume posting ads on their platforms. For more on this, Nandini Jammi joined us from Washington DC. She's co-founder of Sleeping Giants and an expert in brand safety and digital advertising. And the CEO of the World Federation of Advertisers, Stephan Loerke joined us from Brussels. #SocialMediaAdvertising #HateSpeech #Facebook

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Are social media giants doing enough to tackle online extremism?

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Twitter, Facebook and Alphabet CEOs testify before US Senate | Money Talks

Twitter, Facebook and Alphabet CEOs testify before US Senate | Money Talks

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