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Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, has spoken out about the company's delay in banning controversial conspiracy theorist, Alex jones.
Speaking to CNN on Sunday, Dorsey said the social network relied on others, including journalists, to report users like Jones We're not in a place to proactively review everything, he told CNN.
We act when we receive reports.
Darcy added that while Twitter could proactively monitor accounts, it just requires so many resources.
The European Union is set to take a tougher stance on social media sites for failing to remove terrorist material.
According to the Financial Times.
In a report on Sunday, the EU's Commission of Security, Julian King, said the EU had not seen enough progress from tech companies, and it plans to take stronger action in order to better protect our citizens.
That includes dropping a voluntary approach to deleting extremist materials and fines for tech companies that don't delete content within an hour of it being posted.
And finally, Valve could soon be going up against Twitch with a new streaming site known as Steam TV.
The site appeared online briefly on Friday, showing off gameplay from the international DODA 2 tournament as well as features like Steam chat and built in voice In a statement Valve said the site was a test feed that as inadvertently made public.
And that the company is working on updating Steam broadcasting ahead of the International's main event.
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