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How Radicalization Online Can (And Can't) Be Stopped

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In the wake of the El Paso, Texas, mass shooting, web-infrastructure company Cloudflare took down the online message board where the killer posted his manifesto. So-called deplatforming is a growing strategy to stem the rise of hate speech online, but does it work?

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