Has been mentioned elsewhere, but again with the technical illiteracy.
Theresa May to warn tech firms over terror content
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The prime minister will also host a meeting with other world leaders and Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter.
She will challenge social networks and search engines to find fixes to take down terrorist material in two hours.
Tech giant Google said firms were doing their part but could not do it alone - governments and users needed to help.
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The challenge is once it's removed, many people re-post it or there are copies of it across the web.
But she will urge them to go "further and faster" in developing artificial intelligence solutions to automatically reduce the period in which terror propaganda remains available, and eventually prevent it appearing at all.
Now let's examine the facts.
1. Google and Facebook rarely "Host" this sort of material (In the traditional sense of hosting).
What they do is publish links to the material (In google's case that's all that they do), social media platforms may also display a copy, but Twitter typically contains a headline and a TinyURL.
Removing these references will reduce accidental exposure to casual users, but not erase the source.
Computers are extremely good at copying data quickly, so at best this strategy becomes a blend of Pokemon Go, Assassin's Creed and Whack-a-mole.
2. Artificial intelligence is an interesting idea, but I can't see Mrs May and her press pals being satisfied with the results.
A.I. typically lacks the "Common sense" that the media used to distinguish between Abu Hamza and Thomas Mair.
We can all imagine the outrage when these "P.C. Bots" start redacting Farages latest "Grab a rifle" brainfart, Rod Liddle's post lunch ramblings for the Sun, or Katie Hopkin's standard output.
3. I'm sure it plays well with the Sid and Dorris Bonkers demographic.
4. None of the usual press pack have the wit or gorm to question the spurious policies.
The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living from the dead. Aristotle