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  Posted on: Saturday, January 12, 2019
UK Wants to Shut Down Extremist Content Online - at What Cost?
Homeland Security Today
The United Kingdom Parliament’s intelligence and security committee published a report last month titled, “The 2017 Attacks: What needs to change?” The title is a reference to the five major terrorist attacks that took place in London and Manchester last year.

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