G7 backs internet industry effort to detect, blunt extremism

From left: Canada’s Minister of Public Safety Ralph Edward Goodale, Italy’s Minister of the Interior Marco Minniti, and Japan’s National Public Safety Commission chairman Hachiro Okonogi attend the round table of the opening session of a G7 of Interior Ministers, on the island of Ischia, near Naples, Italy. The G7 ministers, two EU commissioners and the Interpol secretary general opened their working session of a summit that will address the fight against terrorism, the contrast to foreign fighters and terrorism and radicalisation on internet. (Ciro Fusco/ANSA via AP)


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